Hymns of the Old Colony Mennonites and the old way of singing

Berg, Wesley
March 1996
Musical Quarterly;Spring96, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p77
Academic Journal
Examines the hymn-singing tradition of the Old Colony Mennonites. Characteristics of the Mennonites; Congregational singing in Russian Mennonite colonies; Challenges to the Old Way of Singing; Efforts to reform congregational singing; Modal scale patterns of singing.


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