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American Philosophical Society
Origins of Calvin’s Theology of Music: 1536-1543: Transactions, APS (vol. 69, part 4)
Charles Garside, Jr.
The singing of psalms was one of the incontestably distinguishing marks of Calvinist culture in Europe & America in the 16th & 17th centuries. Contents of this study: Introduction; The Point of Origin; The “Institution” of 1536; The “Articles” of 1537; The influence of Bucer; Calvin’s Pastorate in Strasbourg; The “Ecclesiastical Ordinances”; The “Epistle to the Reader”: 1542; The “Institution” of 1543; The addition to the “Epistle”: 1543; The uniqueness of the Psalms; The Singing of the Psalms; Conclusion; Appendix; & Bibliography.
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