This collection of essays explores the interrelationship of music and theology in relation to the religious, musical and social history of nineteenth-century Britain. The book examines the role of music in the diverse religious life of a century that encompassed the Oxford Movement, Catholic Emancipation, religious revivals involving many different denominations, the production of several landmark hymnals and greater legal recognition for religions other than Christianity. The book therefore provides a valuable guide to the music of this complex historical period.Sacred Sound fora Holy Space: Dogma, Worship and Music at Solemn Mass during the Victorian Era, 1829a1903 T.E. ... in worship and music, the dogmatic understandings will primarily be those found in catechisms, Instructions for the Massanbsp;...
|Title||:||Music and Theology in Nineteenth-century Britain|
|Author||:||Martin V. Clarke|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2012|