Worship across the racial divide : religious music and the multiracial congregation / Gerardo Marti.

By: Marti, Gerardo, 1965-
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, c2012Description: xiii, 266 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 9780195392975 (hardcover : alk. paper); 0195392973 (hardcover : alk. paper); 9780190859947Subject(s): Music -- Religious aspects | Music and race | Multiculturalism -- Religious aspectsLOC classification: ML3921 | .M37 2012
Contents:
Introduction: the dream of diversity and the dilemma of music -- Popular beliefs about worship in multiracial churches -- African Americans as the icon of "true worship" -- Worship experience and music selection in multiracial churches -- The naïve experience of worship in multiracial churches -- The challenge of leading multiracial worship -- Variety and intentionality in the design of multiracial worship -- "Have you seen our gospel choir?": conspicuous color in multiracial worship -- Interracial community through multiracial worship practices -- Conclusion: mystical worship and the reality of practice.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [247]-259) and index.

Introduction: the dream of diversity and the dilemma of music -- Popular beliefs about worship in multiracial churches -- African Americans as the icon of "true worship" -- Worship experience and music selection in multiracial churches -- The naïve experience of worship in multiracial churches -- The challenge of leading multiracial worship -- Variety and intentionality in the design of multiracial worship -- "Have you seen our gospel choir?": conspicuous color in multiracial worship -- Interracial community through multiracial worship practices -- Conclusion: mystical worship and the reality of practice.

9/2012 29.95 Gift in memory of Dr. Thomas B. Musser and Dorothy B. Musser.

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