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2003, ISBN 0814661912, xxi, 238
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Parekvolai, 05/2015, Volume 5, pp. 1 - 15
By applying Wolfgang Iser’s concept of the “implied reader” to the discussion of the person under attack in the Service of the Unholy, Goat Bearded Spanos... 
Spanos | Vernacular Literature
Journal Article
Nations and Nationalism, ISSN 1354-5078, 01/2008, Volume 14, Issue 1, pp. 171 - 190
Among the markers of ethnonational identity, language and religion have figured with equal prominence. In many cases, religion has been the bedrock of... 
secularism | vernacular | liturgy | clergy | nation‐building | diaspora | Diaspora | Liturgy | Vernacular | Nation-building | Clergy | Secularism | ETHNIC STUDIES | INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS | POLITICAL SCIENCE | nation-building | Religion | Ethnology | Ethnicity | Language
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Usus Antiquior: Pope Benedict XVI and the Sacred Liturgy: International Conference, Budapest, 21-24 August 2008, ISSN 1757-8949, 07/2012, Volume 3, Issue 2, pp. 159 - 181
First Lecture: In Hungary, since the 1960s there has been a movement to restore liturgical music by means of small parochial scholas, supported by a programme... 
vernacular chant | chant pedagogy | Graduale Parvum | catechesis | Propers | liturgical music | scholas | Gregorian chant
Journal Article
STUDIA THEOLOGICA-CZECH REPUBLIC, ISSN 1212-8570, 2017, Volume 19, Issue 3, pp. 133 - 146
Cantus Catholici, published in 1655 in Levoe'a, is the first printed Catholic hymnal in Slovak, used in the liturgy and in the... 
Vernacular Language in Liturgy | Song | Hymnal | RELIGION | Liturgy | Cantus Catholici | Moravian and Slovak Music Tradition | Chants of the Mass Ordinary
Journal Article
New Blackfriars, ISSN 0028-4289, 7/2010, Volume 91, Issue 1034, pp. 423 - 438
The two changes (1, a new rite; and 2. the move to the vernacular) that occurred in the eucharistie liturgy of the Roman Rite have often been seen as simply evolutionary, liturgical variations... 
Theology | Celebrations | Religious practices | Communities | Priests | Religious rituals | Liturgy | Church services | Christianity | Eucharist | Participation | Vatican II | Vernacular | Paradigm
Journal Article
Early Music, ISSN 0306-1078, 05/2016, Volume 44, Issue 2, pp. 219 - 232
The earliest documented polyphonic settings of a liturgical text in the English vernacular were a small group of unidentified Litanies, one of which, stated to... 
English | liturgy | Thomas Tallis | attribution | vernacular | Litany | polyphony | Composers | Liturgies | Works | Analysis | Tallis, Thomas
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Sacred Music, ISSN 0036-2255, 2007, Volume 134, Issue 2, pp. 50 - 51
Poterack comments on the linguistic distinction between the sentimental vernacular hymnody of the 19th century and the Catholic church's official liturgical... 
Vernacular Music | Liturgical Music | Music in Ritual | Catholic music | Mass (Liturgy) | Hymnody | History | MUSIC
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Church History and Religious Culture, ISSN 1871-241X, 2008, Volume 88, Issue 3, pp. 395 - 413
... to the Latin liturgy. This type of book was primarily intended for canonesses regular, religious women who had to attend the liturgical services of the Divine Office and of Mass, but had not (fully) mastered Latin... 
Religious literature | Modern literature | Literature | Liturgy | Convents | Monasteries | Divinity | Hymns | Medieval literature | Prayer | Devotio Moderna | Middle Dutch translations | vernacular mass and office books | Latin hymns and sequences | canonesses regular | St Agnes's in Maaseik
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01/2018, ISBN 9780198804215
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LISTY FILOLOGICKE, ISSN 0024-4457, 2016, Volume 139, Issue 3-4, pp. 383 - 394
...) presents his opinion on three questions concerning vernacular translations of Scripture. The main question which determines the structure of both chapters is whether vernacular translations of Scripture should be used in liturgy... 
Counter-Reformation | Hussite movement | Robert Bellarmine | Slavonic liturgy | Bible - translations into vernacular languages | Bible - Old Slavonic translation | Controversial theology | Saint Jerome | HUMANITIES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY
Journal Article
Parliamentary History, ISSN 0264-2824, 10/2015, Volume 34, Issue 3, pp. 383 - 400
This article explores the ways in which parliament was used to shape the accelerating protestant reformation undertaken by successive governments under Edward... 
Edward Seymour | John Dudley | Thomas Cromwell | Thomas Cranmer | vernacular liturgy | parliamentary theology | divorce legislation | Act of Six Articles | Prayer Book | English Reformation | convocations | traditionalist bishops | HISTORY
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The World of Music, ISSN 0043-8774, 1/2005, Volume 47, Issue 1, pp. 91 - 123
...., local language and music. The concept of "indigenizing" Christianity is critiqued within a context where adherence to the religion is long-standing but the cultural expression is reworked to "re-indigenize" the liturgy... 
Christian history | Musical aesthetics | Religious rituals | Liberation theology | Marimbas | Church services | Catholicism | Christianity | Mass settings | Song lyrics | MUSIC
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10/2015, 1, Oxford Handbooks, ISBN 9780199218561
.... The significance of Bible translation, vernacular liturgy, and hymns is assessed, and the role of this new indigenous expression of Christian faith in the emergence of a distinctive South Sudanese identity that would eventually lead to independence and the setting up of a new African state, South Sudan. 
Dinka | vernacular liturgy | Church Missionary Society | hymns | South Sudan | Episcopal Church | Azande | Bible translation | missionary | independence
Book Chapter
Sacred Music, ISSN 0036-2255, 1998, Volume 125, Issue 3, pp. 3 - 3
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Sacred Music, ISSN 0036-2255, 2001, Volume 128, Issue 1, pp. 16 - 18
Remembers the liturgical revolution that began in 1964, focusing on the first sung English Mass in the US on August 27. States that the Mass was the beginning... 
Religious Music | Vernacular Music | Popular Music | United States | Masses (Music) | Catholic Church | Catholic music | Gospel Music | Music History | Blues music | Liturgical Music | Reform Movements | Liturgy | Music in Ritual | Historical Performance | MUSIC
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