Protestant Imperialism and the Representation of Native American Song

Bloechl, Olivia A.
March 2004
Musical Quarterly;Spring2004, Vol. 87 Issue 1, p44
Academic Journal
Discusses the efforts of Presbyterian John Vicars to contrast the condition of liturgical music at Westminster with its pre-civil war state in relation to controversy over religious ceremony during the 1642-48 conflicts between Charles I and the parliaments. Description of organ music and vocal polyphony; Efforts to determine the spiritual value of music; Ability of music to influence listeners in services.


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