Definition Essays on Concepts, Practices, and Movements of Thought in Church Music
Edited by Carl F. Schalk
This revised and enlarged collection of 99 essays by 42 contributors is a valuable resource for church musicians, pastors, teachers, and students. Each entry provides: the term or topic, the development of the topic in essay form, and a brief selection of resources for further reading. Every essay in this new edition has been expanded, updated, and rewritten to reflect the most recent scholarship. This significant volume represents a broad spectrum of ideas, practices, terms, and topics with which every church musician should be conversant.
Kurt Amolsch, John A. Behnke, Leonard Berghaus, Eugene L. Brand, James L. Brauer, Emily Brink, William Braun, Paul Bunjes, Bartlett R. Butler, Gerhard Cartford, Leonard Ellinwood, Harry Eskew, Quentin Faulkner, Victor Gebauer, Ralph Gehrke, Bryan Gerlach, Raymond F. Glover, Herbert Gotsch, David Held, Richard Hillert, Wesley W. Isenberg, Natalie Jenne, Donald Johns, Robin A. Leaver, Allan Mahnke, Harlan McConnell, Carlos Messerli, Herbert Nuechterlein, Scott R. Riedel, Evangeline Rimbach, Donald Rotermund, Carl Schalk, Jonathan Stahlke, S. Anita Stauffer, J. Michael Thompson, Steven Wente, Paul Westermeyer, Carlton R. Young, Carl Volz, Cathryn Wilkinson, Edward Wolf, Daniel Zager