Hsieh, Fang-Lan 2003 0-7734-6580-4 276 pages The purpose and scope of this bibliography is to survey the literature concerning church music, primarily in publications from 1980 to the present, while including materials that have been published and serve as primary resources earlier than that. The emphasis is on Protestant church music, largely those published in the English language. The selected lists include over 700 titles, and contain citations with annotations of reference works and bibliographies. The annotations offer an indication of the scope, content, and special features of each work. This study will fill the research and reference needs of music students, scholars, and church musicians, as well as providing research and college libraries with a reference for building their church music collections.
Richardson, Paul A. 2023 1-4955-1116-2 476 pages "Hustad's work is recounted in this "Festschrift" in a biography and catalogue of works, and in appreciative recollections. It is paralleled in diverse essays, in more-formal studies, and in hymn texts and tunes. All were given to honor the personal and professional links forged by Hustad through a long career." -Paul A. Richardson and Tim Sharp (from the Preface)
This edited volume was originally published by Pendragon Press in 2010.
This edited collection was originally published by Pendragon Press in 2010.
Larrick, Geary 1990 0-88946-492-8 164 pages Section One contains music terms found in the Bible, accompanied by the singular verse that includes each term. Section Two lists song texts found in the Bible. Includes commentary, 20 original artworks, and two essays.
Rogal, Samuel J. 2021 1-4955-0822-6 220 pages Dr. Rogal presents a critical edition of a historic Hymnal within the Church of England, Hymns Ancient and Modern. He presents this obscure Hymnal as a way of studying sacred music and as a reference for historical study and discussion of Hymns.
Bruhn, Siglind 2023 1-4955-1167-7 326 pages This edited volume focuses on various aspects of the connections between the sacred, religion, or spirituality and music. "Up to the Middle Ages, music employed for ritual expressions of faith in sacred contexts and for evocations ...was contrasted with music presented for entertainment." -Siglind Bruhn [Introduction]
This book was originally published by Pendragon Press in 2002.