Singing And The Imagination Of Devotion Hardback

Vocal Aesthetics in Early Entlish

by Susan Tara Brown;


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Singing And The Imagination Of Devotion

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Singing and the Imagination of Devotion examines a common activity-singing-which is often taken for granted. This study reveals a previously unexplored source of aesthetic theory for anyone interested in music, worship, and the interface of Christianity and the arts: Anglican and English Puritan divines who wrote prolifically on the subject of singing, and asked probing questions about its deeper significance upon the 'landscape of the soul' and Christian community.

'A masterful exploration of the theology, psychology and spirituality of sacred song in the 17th Century', J.I. Packer


Singing And The Imagination Of Devotion by Susan Tara Brown was published by Paternoster Press in December 2007. The ISBN for Singing And The Imagination Of Devotion is 9781842274071.

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    Author / Artist
    Book FormatHardback
    PublisherPaternoster Press (December 2007)
    Weight250g
    Number of Pages350
    Thickness10 mm
    Height230 mm
    Width150 mm
    ISBN9781842274071
    ISBN-101842274074
    Product Code111066
    Page last updated 8th January 2016
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