2 edition of Cecilian reform in Baltimore, 1868-1903 found in the catalog.
Cecilian reform in Baltimore, 1868-1903
Ann L. Silverberg
Written in English
|Statement||by Ann Louise Silverberg.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 565 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||565|
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ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Foreword / Thomas Day --The renewal of Catholic church music in Germany/Austria, France and Italy in the nineteenth century / Eckhard Jaschinski --Emissaries to "a believing and a singing land": Belgian and German organists in Ireland, / Paul Collins --The Dublin Eucharistic.
Hayburn's book Papal Legislation on Sacred Music provides a detailed description of the differences between these documents, but all three had the same generally restrictive code and upheld the same music as ideal.
Still, Pius X was not carrying out a personal crusade in his attempt to control and reform Catholic liturgical music. His. Get this from a library. Renewal and resistance: Catholic church music from the s to Vatican II.
[Paul Collins;] -- The Roman Catholic Church has always been concerned with the quality of the music used in the liturgy, and the essays in this volume trace the. Maryland See: Silverberg, Ann Louise.
“Cecilian Reform in Baltimore, –” (item ) New Jersey See: Robinson, Henrietta Fuller, and Carolyn Cordelia Williams. Dedicated to Music: The Legacy of African American Church Musicians and Music Teachers in Southern New Jersey, – (item 42) New York McDaniel, Stanley Robert.