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Musical Texts

The Anglican Use Gradual
Adapted by C. David Burt.

Music of the Sarum Office
Edited by Dr. William Renwick

Psalterium Carolinum. The Devotions of His Sacred Majestie in His Solitudes and Sufferings, Rendred in Verse. Set to Musick for 3 Voices and an Organ, or Theorbo.
By John Wilson, Dr. and Musick Professor of Oxford.
London: Printed for John Martin and James Allestrey, 1657.
Digitized by Raymond H. Clark, 2006.

Musical History

A Sermon concerning Church-musick
by John Reading (1663)

An Essay on the Cultivation of Church Music by Edward Hodges, Mus. Doc.
New York: Published by J.A. Sparks, at the Office of the Churchman, 1841.

A Sermon Preached at St. Michael's Church, Sittingbourne, on the Occasion of the First District Festival of Parish Choirs, on Wednesday, April 20, 1870.
By Henry Bailey.
Canterbury: J. Gibbs, 1870.

Surpliced Boy Choirs in America
by S.B. Whitney (1892)

The Importance of Musical Knowledge for the Priesthood of the Church, by the Reverend James Nevett Steele. New York: James Pott, 1894.

Doctor Tucker, Priest-Musician: A Sketch which Concerns the Doings and Thinkings of the Rev. John Ireland Tucker, S.T.D.
Including a Brief Converse about the Rise and Progress of Church Music in America.
By Christopher W. Knauff, M.A.
New York: A.D.F. Randolph, 1897.

Two Addresses. Music, Considered in its Effect upon, and Connection with, the Worship of the Church, by Sir John Stainer.
The Choral Service, and the Training of Choristers, by G. Edward Stubbs.

London and New York: Novello, Ewer and Co., 1901.

The Essential Elements of Churchly Music.
By A. Madeley Richardson.
No place: no publisher, 1913.

A Linguistic Bridge to Orthodoxy: In Memoriam Isabel Florence Hapgood
By Marina Ledkovsky. A lecture delivered at the Twelfth Annual Russian Orthodox Musicians Conference, 7-11 October 1998, Washington, D.C.

The Choir School in the American Church: A study of the choir school and other current chorister training models in Episcopal and Anglican parishes.
A supporting document submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree Doctor of Musical Arts, University of California at Santa Barbara
By Daniel James McGrath, June 2005 [Adobe Acrobat format]

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