The Resource Church music and worship : a program for the church of to-day, by Earl Enyeart Harper

Church music and worship : a program for the church of to-day, by Earl Enyeart Harper

Label
Church music and worship : a program for the church of to-day
Title
Church music and worship
Title remainder
a program for the church of to-day
Statement of responsibility
by Earl Enyeart Harper
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1895-1967
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Harper, Earl Enyeart
Index
no index present
LC call number
ML3111
LC item number
.H18
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Church music
  • Church music
Label
Church music and worship : a program for the church of to-day, by Earl Enyeart Harper
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 322-324
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
I. The problem and the need -- A. Two evils -- B. The twofold need -- C. A practical program needed -- D. A program of aesthetic worth needed -- E. A program of religious spirit needed -- F. The problem and the need -- II. Music and religion-Their association -- A. Historical outline -- Summary -- III. Music and religion-Their relationship -- A. Music is a means of spiritual impression and expression -- B. Music prepares the way, mood, and atmosphere for true sermonizing -- C. Music attracts congregations and affords a means of ensemble worship -- D. Music is an agent of religious education -- E. Music brings about spiritual unity of Christians of all times, and in any particular present time -- Summary -- IV. The musical leadership of the church -- A. The minister as leader of music and worship -- B. A new profession-The ministry of music and worship -- C. Qualifications of the director of music and worship -- D. The question of active congregational leadership -- E. The church organist -- F. The Leadership immediately available -- V. Congregational singing -- A. Congregational song rehearsal -- B. Five principles of congregational singing -- 1. United (and unanimous) singing -- 2. Tone production -- 3. Intelligent singing -- 4. Musical singing -- Hymn interpretation -- Distinct singing of chords and syllables -- Accent and rhythm -- Summary -- VI. Congregational song repertoire -- A. Choosing a hymn book -- B. Variety and inclusiveness in hymn selection -- C. Congregational song repertoire for one season -- VII. Choirs -- A. The use of choirs in the church today -- B. Choral organization -- C. Financing the choirs -- VIII. The junior choir -- A. Method of organization -- B. Membership requirements -- C. Rehearsal -- D. The instruction -- 1. In singing -- 2. In musical literature -- 3. In the progress and the significance of the service of worship -- 4. In the meaning of the sacraments -- 5. In appreciation of art -- 6. In hearing music -- 7. In familiarity with good music and worthwhile hymns -- 8. In familiarity with good secular music -- E. Technique of musical instruction -- IX. The intermediate choir-With repertoire for junior and intermediate choirs -- A. Membership requirements -- B. Direction -- C. Instruction -- D. Use of the intermediate choir -- E. Repertoire for junior and intermediate choirs -- X. The young people's choral society -- XI. The senior church -- A. Membership -- B. Rehearsal -- C. Direction with baton -- D. Personal requirements of the senior choir members -- E. The solo quartet -- F. Special services of the choir -- G. Social life of the choir -- XII. Cooperative choral efforts -- A. Actual experiences in cooperative efforts -- 1. The Norumbega distract hymn festival -- 2. Greater Boston federation of church cooperative efforts -- Lenten services -- Annual memorial field day service -- Union Thanksgiving service -- 3. Progressive efforts at conventions, conferences, and institutes -- The Ohio state Baptist assembly -- The Massachusetts state Sunday school convention -- Lake Chautauqua summer school -- The international Christian endeavor convention at Des Moines -- B. Future possibilities -- XIII. Miscellaneous matters of final consideration -- A. Orchestras in the church -- B. Brass bands in the church -- C. Vestments -- D. The choir room -- E. Instrumental equipment -- F. The choirs as field for evangelism
Dimensions
20 cm
Extent
324 pages
Lccn
24013036
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)01671024
  • (OCoLC)ocm01671024
Label
Church music and worship : a program for the church of to-day, by Earl Enyeart Harper
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 322-324
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
I. The problem and the need -- A. Two evils -- B. The twofold need -- C. A practical program needed -- D. A program of aesthetic worth needed -- E. A program of religious spirit needed -- F. The problem and the need -- II. Music and religion-Their association -- A. Historical outline -- Summary -- III. Music and religion-Their relationship -- A. Music is a means of spiritual impression and expression -- B. Music prepares the way, mood, and atmosphere for true sermonizing -- C. Music attracts congregations and affords a means of ensemble worship -- D. Music is an agent of religious education -- E. Music brings about spiritual unity of Christians of all times, and in any particular present time -- Summary -- IV. The musical leadership of the church -- A. The minister as leader of music and worship -- B. A new profession-The ministry of music and worship -- C. Qualifications of the director of music and worship -- D. The question of active congregational leadership -- E. The church organist -- F. The Leadership immediately available -- V. Congregational singing -- A. Congregational song rehearsal -- B. Five principles of congregational singing -- 1. United (and unanimous) singing -- 2. Tone production -- 3. Intelligent singing -- 4. Musical singing -- Hymn interpretation -- Distinct singing of chords and syllables -- Accent and rhythm -- Summary -- VI. Congregational song repertoire -- A. Choosing a hymn book -- B. Variety and inclusiveness in hymn selection -- C. Congregational song repertoire for one season -- VII. Choirs -- A. The use of choirs in the church today -- B. Choral organization -- C. Financing the choirs -- VIII. The junior choir -- A. Method of organization -- B. Membership requirements -- C. Rehearsal -- D. The instruction -- 1. In singing -- 2. In musical literature -- 3. In the progress and the significance of the service of worship -- 4. In the meaning of the sacraments -- 5. In appreciation of art -- 6. In hearing music -- 7. In familiarity with good music and worthwhile hymns -- 8. In familiarity with good secular music -- E. Technique of musical instruction -- IX. The intermediate choir-With repertoire for junior and intermediate choirs -- A. Membership requirements -- B. Direction -- C. Instruction -- D. Use of the intermediate choir -- E. Repertoire for junior and intermediate choirs -- X. The young people's choral society -- XI. The senior church -- A. Membership -- B. Rehearsal -- C. Direction with baton -- D. Personal requirements of the senior choir members -- E. The solo quartet -- F. Special services of the choir -- G. Social life of the choir -- XII. Cooperative choral efforts -- A. Actual experiences in cooperative efforts -- 1. The Norumbega distract hymn festival -- 2. Greater Boston federation of church cooperative efforts -- Lenten services -- Annual memorial field day service -- Union Thanksgiving service -- 3. Progressive efforts at conventions, conferences, and institutes -- The Ohio state Baptist assembly -- The Massachusetts state Sunday school convention -- Lake Chautauqua summer school -- The international Christian endeavor convention at Des Moines -- B. Future possibilities -- XIII. Miscellaneous matters of final consideration -- A. Orchestras in the church -- B. Brass bands in the church -- C. Vestments -- D. The choir room -- E. Instrumental equipment -- F. The choirs as field for evangelism
Dimensions
20 cm
Extent
324 pages
Lccn
24013036
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)01671024
  • (OCoLC)ocm01671024

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