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Hymn Lining: A Black Church Tradition with Roots in Europe

Jan 9, 2015 ... Sampson, Cheryl A. (2015) "Hymn Lining: A Black Church Tradition with Roots in Europe," The Spectrum: A Scholars Day Journal: Vol. 3 , Article ...... landscape. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 1949. Dargan, William T. Lining out the word: Dr. Watts hymn singing in the music of Black. Americans.

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CITY OF ANGELS

May 31, 2013 ... 8. Lining Out the Word: Dr. Watts Hymn Singing in the Music of Black Americans, by William T. Dargan. 9. Music and Revolution: Cultural Change in Socialist Cuba, by Robin D. Moore. 10. From Afro-Cuban Rhythms to Latin Jazz, by Raul A . Fernandez. 11. “Mek Some Noise”: Gospel Music and the Ethics of ...

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Willie Ruff, Black Gospel and an Imagined Gaelic Scottish Origin

Keywords: Precented Psalms; African-American Gospel; Lined Hymns; Gaelic Scots;. Gaelic-Speaking Slaves in .... of Gaelic precenting as a parallel to black lined hymn singing, usually known to black congregations (but apparently not to Ruff) as 'Dr Watts', clong meter', or 'raising an old hymn'. Other times he broadens the ...

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African and African-Influenced Sacred Music

Singing in the Spirit: African American Sacred Quartets in New York City. Publications of the American Folklore Society, New Series. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press,. 1991. Dargan, William T. Lining Out the Word: Dr. Watts Hymn Singing in the Music of Black Americans. Music of the African Diaspora, v. 8.

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Early Forms of Congregational Singing. 6. Historical Influences. 6. The Influence of Dr. Isaac Watts. 7. Metered Music. 9. Congregational Singing in the Black Baptist Church. 11. Hymnals in the Black Church. 13. The First African American Published Hymnal. 13. Publishing of the First Black Baptist Hymnal. 14. The Baptist ...

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Kiri Miller

2008 Review of William T. Dargan, Lining Out the Word: Dr. Watts Hymn Singing in the Music of Black Americans. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2006. Current Musicology. 85: 121–128. 2004 Review of Joe Dan Boyd, Judge Jackson and the Colored Sacred Harp. Montgomery: Alabama Folklife Association, 2002.

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CHOIR ANNIVERSARY

Aug 9, 2009 ... The Black Christian Worship Experience. Atlanta, GA: Interdenominational Theological Center, 1992. This book provides insight into the total Black Worship experience. Dargan, William T. Lining Out the Word:--Dr. Watts Hymn Singing in the Music of. Black Americans. Berkley, CA: University of California ...

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THE MUSIC OF THE EARLY NINETEENTH-CENTURY CAMP

sing our hymns and spiritual songs.”11. Nor were the Methodists unique in their love of singing. Baptist elder John Leland, describing his experienc- es during the .... hymns for use by black congregations (Southern, The Music of Black Americans: A History [New York: ... Dr. Southern concludes that Allen's Collection was the.

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CHOIR ANNIVERSARY

Aug 9, 2009 ... This book provides insight into the total Black Worship experience. Dargan, William T. Lining Out the Word:--Dr. Watts Hymn Singing in the Music of. Black Americans. Berkley, CA: University of California Press, 2006. This book provides insight into the tradition of the lined hymn. Floyd, Samuel A. The Power ...

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Consistency and Change in Colonial Religious Music

Chants. • Plainsong. • Response. • Psalms. • Choral pieces. • Hymns. • Spiritual Songs. • Fuges. • Folk Tunes. • Spirituals. • Orchestral Numbers. In Church. • Memory. • Printed books. • Chanting. • Singing melody only. • Harmony and part singing. • Choirs. • Solos. • Voices only. • Instruments with voice. • Lining out ...

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The Gospel Truth about the Negro Spiritual

Regiment, which recounted the slave songs he heard the black Union soldiers sing, and the. 1867 publication .... sing hymns by Dr. Isaac Watt, John Wesley and Richard Allen, though the congregations still sang the hymns with a ... improvisation of African American music with the formal structure of the white hymn. These.

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The Omaha Gospel Complex In Historical Perspective

Jun 7, 1990 ... This defini- tion also describes the word as "short for gospel music [italics in the original]."2 Gospel music in the tradition of black Christianity, the sub- ject of the effort at hand, has twice ... church as the "Dr. Watts." The performance style was one of "lining-out," also called "surge- singing" or "long-meter," ...

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“To Sing with the Spirit:” Psalms, Hymns and the Spirituality of Late

Dec 11, 2013 ... “To Sing with the Spirit:” Psalms, Hymns and the Spirituality of. Late Eighteen Century American Presbyterians. William Harrison Taylor. Alabama State University, P.O. Box 271, Montgomery, AL 36106, USA; E-Mail: [email protected] edu;. Tel.: +1-334-229-8536. Received: 1 November 2013; in revised form: 6 ...

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Christian History & Biography

Eighteenth-century hymnbooks were usually only collections of texts—they did not include musical notes. The first American hymnal to join tunes with texts was not published until 1831. The usual method of singing in church was by “lining out״—having a leader say one line, and the congregation repeat it. (This was done ...

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Dorothy Love Coates and the Transformation of Gospel Music in the

May 16, 2015 ... Horace Boyer compared Coates' sharp accents on each word as, "a kind of pre- rap ... I don't know where Dorothy got that from" (Still Holding On). Vocally,. Coates staked out her ground in the beginning of the song, expediting the transformation of gospel away from both the traditional church, "Dr. Watts" ...

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music · worship · arts The New England Singing School: Sacred

music · worship · arts. The New England Singing School: Sacred Music and Ritual Community in Revolutionary America. Stephen A. Marini. Adapted from talk given ... Lining-out admirably fulfilled the Reformed imperative for the primacy of the word of. God in worship, but it produced disastrous liturgical results. By. 1720 ...

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African American Spiritual Songs: Seleccted milestones

Apr 20, 2013 ... slavery to freedom by Lawrence W. Levine, The music of black Americans: a history by. Eileen Southern .... in America by the practice of lining out hymns- placed the individual in continual dialogue with ... These songs were published in 1707 by Dr. Isaac Watts in a book called Hymns and. Spiritual Songs.

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Emily Dickinson, Hymn Revision, and the Revival Music Meme-Plex

Jan 1, 2014 ... and yet highly volatile and susceptible to change (Watson 8). as one hymnologist puts it, hymns have an “intrinsic textual instability . . . result[ing] from the dissemination of words and tunes not only through the international circulation of printed books, but also through multiple manuscript copies, lining out, ...

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Coahoma County, Mississippi, Field Trips, 1941-1942: A Guide

Jul 3, 2017 ... undertook a sociological study of African-American communities centered in Coahoma County, ... I believe that this study will represent the first scientific study in the field of American folk-song. It will be carried out by Doctor Charles S. Johnson and his graduate students in Sociology in collaboration with the ...

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“Giving Out the Line”: A Cross-Atlantic Comparison of Two

or chants or loudly announces the words of a line from a psalm or hymn; the congregation then sing that ... is the term common in the. 1 See Reading the Line: an English-language lined-out Psalmody tradition in Presbyterian Scotland; .... Dr Margaret Mackay of the School of Scottish Studies believes that lined-out praise ...

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