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The Oxford handbook of music and world Christianities, edited by Suzel Ana Reily and Jonathan M. Dueck

Label
The Oxford handbook of music and world Christianities
Title
The Oxford handbook of music and world Christianities
Statement of responsibility
edited by Suzel Ana Reily and Jonathan M. Dueck
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • music
Index
index present
LC call number
ML3000
LC item number
.O94 2016
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1955-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Reily, Suzel Ana
  • Dueck, Jonathan
Series statement
Oxford handbooks
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Church music
  • Music
  • Church music
  • Music
  • Christentum
  • Geistliche Musik
  • Kirchenmusik
  • Musik
Label
The Oxford handbook of music and world Christianities, edited by Suzel Ana Reily and Jonathan M. Dueck
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction / Jonathan M. Dueck and Suzel Ana Reily -- Part I: Mission music and local response. Music, convert, and subject in the North Sumatran mission field / Julia Byl -- Mission music as a mode of intercultural transmission, charisma, and memory in northern Australia / Fiona Magowan -- Coexistence of causal and cultural expressions of musical values among the Sabaot of Kenya / Julie Taylor -- Indigenous innovations on music and Christianity at Ratana Pa / Harold Anderson -- Music as shared space in Mennonite development work in Chad / Jonathan M. Dueck -- Are Western Christian Bhajans "reverse" mission music? / Christopher Dicran Hale -- Part 2: Utopias and alternative modernities. Drums in the experience of black Catholicism in Minas Gerais, Brazil / Glaura Lucas -- Chant as the articulation of Christian Aramean spirithood / Tala Jarjour -- The politics of pronunciation among German-speaking Mennonites in northern Mexio / Judith Klassen -- Hidden histories of religious music in a South African coloured community / Marie Jorritsma -- Music and religiosity among African American fundamentalist Christians / ThâeráeseSmith -- Songs of Oru Olai and the praxis of alternative Dalit Christian modernities in India / Zoe Sherinian -- Part 3: Struggles over musical space/competing Christianities. The renaissance of the Corsican confraternities and their musical negotiations / Caroline Bithell -- Local music making and the liturgical renovvation in Minas Gerais / Suzel Ana Reily -- The survival story of Syriac chants among the St. Thomas Christians in South India / Joseph J. Palackal -- Russian church music, conundrums of style, and the politics of preservation in the emigre diaspora of New York / Natalie K. Zelensky -- Parading Protestantisms and the flute bands of postconflict Northern Ireland / Jacqueline Witherow -- Everyday musical ethnicity and Roma (Gypsies) in Hungarian Pentecostalism / Barbara Rose Lange -- Part 4: Flows, media, markets, and Christian musics. Transnational connections, musical meaning, and the 1990s "British Invasion" of North American evangelical worship music / Monique Ingalls -- Negotiations of faith and space in Memphis music / Jennifer Ryan -- Tropes of continuity and disjuncture in the globalization of gospel music / Mellonee Burnim -- Mainline Protestantism and contemporary versus traditional worship music / Deborah Justice -- Negotiating the tensions of U.S. worship music in the marketplace / Anna E. Nekola -- Contingency and the symbolic experience of Christian extreme metal / Matthew Peter Unger -- Part 5: Cosmopolitan identities and everyday lives. Palestinian Christmas songs for peace and justice in sacred place and politicized space / Jennifer Sinnamon -- The diffusion of Gregorian chant in Southern Italy and the masses for St. Michael: to Barbara Haggh and to the memory of Michel Huglo / Luisa Nardini -- Performing Pannkotis identity in Haiti / Melvin L. Butler -- Christianity and Korean traditional music / Keith Howard -- Congregational singing, Orthodox Christianity, and the making of ecumenicity / Jeffers Engelhardt -- Afterward: Sound, soteriology, return, and revival in the global history of Christian musics / Philip V. Bohlman
Control code
911004839
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xvii, 718 pages
Isbn
9780199859993
Lccn
2015023495
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, music
System control number
(OCoLC)911004839
Label
The Oxford handbook of music and world Christianities, edited by Suzel Ana Reily and Jonathan M. Dueck
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction / Jonathan M. Dueck and Suzel Ana Reily -- Part I: Mission music and local response. Music, convert, and subject in the North Sumatran mission field / Julia Byl -- Mission music as a mode of intercultural transmission, charisma, and memory in northern Australia / Fiona Magowan -- Coexistence of causal and cultural expressions of musical values among the Sabaot of Kenya / Julie Taylor -- Indigenous innovations on music and Christianity at Ratana Pa / Harold Anderson -- Music as shared space in Mennonite development work in Chad / Jonathan M. Dueck -- Are Western Christian Bhajans "reverse" mission music? / Christopher Dicran Hale -- Part 2: Utopias and alternative modernities. Drums in the experience of black Catholicism in Minas Gerais, Brazil / Glaura Lucas -- Chant as the articulation of Christian Aramean spirithood / Tala Jarjour -- The politics of pronunciation among German-speaking Mennonites in northern Mexio / Judith Klassen -- Hidden histories of religious music in a South African coloured community / Marie Jorritsma -- Music and religiosity among African American fundamentalist Christians / ThâeráeseSmith -- Songs of Oru Olai and the praxis of alternative Dalit Christian modernities in India / Zoe Sherinian -- Part 3: Struggles over musical space/competing Christianities. The renaissance of the Corsican confraternities and their musical negotiations / Caroline Bithell -- Local music making and the liturgical renovvation in Minas Gerais / Suzel Ana Reily -- The survival story of Syriac chants among the St. Thomas Christians in South India / Joseph J. Palackal -- Russian church music, conundrums of style, and the politics of preservation in the emigre diaspora of New York / Natalie K. Zelensky -- Parading Protestantisms and the flute bands of postconflict Northern Ireland / Jacqueline Witherow -- Everyday musical ethnicity and Roma (Gypsies) in Hungarian Pentecostalism / Barbara Rose Lange -- Part 4: Flows, media, markets, and Christian musics. Transnational connections, musical meaning, and the 1990s "British Invasion" of North American evangelical worship music / Monique Ingalls -- Negotiations of faith and space in Memphis music / Jennifer Ryan -- Tropes of continuity and disjuncture in the globalization of gospel music / Mellonee Burnim -- Mainline Protestantism and contemporary versus traditional worship music / Deborah Justice -- Negotiating the tensions of U.S. worship music in the marketplace / Anna E. Nekola -- Contingency and the symbolic experience of Christian extreme metal / Matthew Peter Unger -- Part 5: Cosmopolitan identities and everyday lives. Palestinian Christmas songs for peace and justice in sacred place and politicized space / Jennifer Sinnamon -- The diffusion of Gregorian chant in Southern Italy and the masses for St. Michael: to Barbara Haggh and to the memory of Michel Huglo / Luisa Nardini -- Performing Pannkotis identity in Haiti / Melvin L. Butler -- Christianity and Korean traditional music / Keith Howard -- Congregational singing, Orthodox Christianity, and the making of ecumenicity / Jeffers Engelhardt -- Afterward: Sound, soteriology, return, and revival in the global history of Christian musics / Philip V. Bohlman
Control code
911004839
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xvii, 718 pages
Isbn
9780199859993
Lccn
2015023495
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, music
System control number
(OCoLC)911004839

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