By Joseph P. Swain
This moment variation of Historical Dictionary of Sacred Music encompasses a chronology, an creation, appendixes, and an intensive bibliography. The dictionary part has over 800 cross-referenced entries on major sorts of song, composers, key non secular figures, really expert positions, genres of composition, technical phrases, tools, basic records and assets, major locations, and critical musical compositions. This e-book is a superb entry element for college kids, researchers, and an individual desirous to understand extra approximately sacred music.
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