This book offers a new appraisal of the Reformation and its popular appeal, based on the place of German hymns in the sixteenth-century press and in the lives of early Lutherans. The Bohemian mining town of Joachimsthal--where pastors, musicians, and laity forged an enduring and influential union of Lutheranism, music, and culture--is at the center of the story.81 German hymns continued to be sung in the services as well, but the reintroduc - tion of Latin music necessarily ... Steude again began to wear clerical vestments during the Communion serviceathe surplice and chasuble, which he had putanbsp;...
|Title||:||Singing the Gospel|
|Author||:||Christopher Boyd BROWN, Christopher Boyd Brown|
|Publisher||:||Harvard University Press - 2009-06-30|