Secular music, sacred space: evangelical worship and popular music

The highway to hell: orientations in ethnomusicology, liturgical studies, and religious studies -- Falling slowly: the context for popular music in worship services -- Blurred lines: how we define sacred and secular -- Roar: the power of music in and against the culture -- I still haven't found...

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Main Author: Vega, April Stace
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: Lanham Boulder New York London Lexington Books [2017]
In:Year: 2017
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B USA / Evangelical movement / Praise of God / Pop music
Further subjects:B Popular Music Religious aspects Christianity
B Music Religious aspects Christianity
B Music in churches
B Public worship
B Evangelicalism
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Summary:The highway to hell: orientations in ethnomusicology, liturgical studies, and religious studies -- Falling slowly: the context for popular music in worship services -- Blurred lines: how we define sacred and secular -- Roar: the power of music in and against the culture -- I still haven't found what I'm looking for: the deficits of sacred music -- Hallelujah: popular-secular music as a language of lament
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index. - Revised dissertation
ISBN:1498542174