Monthly Archives: May 2012

Calvin Stapert, A New Song for an Old World

Brian Collins has posted a good summary of Calvin Stapert’s A New Song for an Old World: Musical Thought in the Early Church.  This is an excellent work, well worth reading, but if you can’t take the time to read the … Continue reading

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Soul, Adorn Yourself with Gladness

As we are “between churches” at the moment, I have opportunity to visit around a bit, and our family traveled to Pilgrim Orthodox Presbyterian Church tonight. I thoroughly enjoyed singing some rich hymns (and hearing others played more incidentally) including … Continue reading

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