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... us being the character of the music; so that we should require musical illustration,
for though the common distinction between sacred and secular music is in ...
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Ambrosian Church Music
... [3]. In course of time, however, there is no doubt that Church music had become
deteriorated by the introduction of a more secular style, and that this was one ...
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A Practical Discourse on Some Principles of Hymn-Singing
... Ambrose introduced it, much akin to the secular music of the day, if it was not
directly borrowed from it: and the history of hymn-music is a history of the ...
/.../a practical discourse on some.htm

Church Music
... Germany, and though harmonized by Eccard, was based on a secular air, as ... voices or
for organ accompaniment; while compared with the Gregorian music which had ...
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Conclusion
... If they had, we are unacquainted with them. It is fair to assume that secular
poetry and music eventually exerted an influence upon hymnody. ...
/.../messenger/christian hymns of the first three centuries/vii conclusion.htm

Introduction.
... Unrhythmical singing could not always hold its own; and when polyphonic music came
into public favor, secular airs gradually found their way into the choirs. ...
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Missionary Hymns.
... He was associated with Root, McGranahan, and others in making secular and church
music books, and later with DL Moody in evangelical work. ...
/.../brown/the story of the hymns and tunes/chapter iv missionary hymns.htm

Dignity of the Scripture Language.
... Music, when thus applied, raises noble hints in the mind of the hearer, and fills ...
will forgive me, and consider that I speak as a mere secular man, impartially ...
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The Early Dawn of German Sacred Poetry and Song. AD 800-900
... The very genius of the people"its inborn love for music, especially for part-singing ...
their gift in the service of religion as well as in secular ways; though ...
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Martin Luther
... as he calls it, he studied the old stores of church music, with which ... hymns, others
of German origin"whether sacred, or, in some cases, secular"were thus ...
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Ipods

Music

Music in Church

Music in Heaven

Music of Heavenly Felicity

Music of Joy and Gladness

Music used in Idol Worship

Music: (Ceasing of) of Calamities

Music: Alamoth: A Musical Term Which Appears In

Music: Alamoth: And in the Title of

Music: Al-Taschith: It Appears in the Titles of

Music: Appointed to be Used in the Temple

Music: Chambers for Musicians in the Temple, in Ezekiel's Vision

Music: Chief Musician

Music: Considered Efficacious in Mental Disorders

Music: Custom of Sending Away Friends With

Music: Designed to Promote Joy

Music: Discoursed During the offering of Sacrifices

Music: Divided Into: Instrumental

Music: Divided Into: Vocal

Music: Early Invention of

Music: Effects Produced on the Prophets of Old By

Music: Generally Put Aside in Times of Affliction

Music: Higgaion

Music: Higgaion:

Music: Instruments of Cornet

Music: Instruments of Cymbals

Music: Instruments of Dulcimer

Music: Instruments of Dulcimer, a Double Pipe

Music: Instruments of Early Invention of

Music: Instruments of Flute

Music: Instruments of Gittith, a Stringed Instrument

Music: Instruments of Great Diversity of

Music: Instruments of Harp

Music: Instruments of Invented by David

Music: Instruments of Invented by Jubal

Music: Instruments of Made by Solomon

Music: Instruments of Made by Tyrians

Music: Instruments of Made of Almug Wood

Music: Instruments of Made of Brass

Music: Instruments of Made of Fir Wood

Music: Instruments of Made of Horns of Animals

Music: Instruments of Made of Silver

Music: Instruments of Many, With Strings

Music: Instruments of Often Expensively Ornamented

Music: Instruments of Organ

Music: Instruments of Organ, Probably Composed of Pipes Furnishing a Number of Notes

Music: Instruments of Pipe

Music: Instruments of Psaltery

Music: Instruments of Sackbut

Music: Instruments of Sackbut, a Harp

Music: Instruments of Tabret

Music: Instruments of The Jews Celebrated for Inventing

Music: Instruments of Timbrel

Music: Instruments of Trumpet

Music: Instruments of Viol

Music: Instruments of Viol, a Lyre

Music: Makalath, Maschil, Leannoth: These Terms are Found in the Titles of

Music: Maschil: This Musical Sign Occurs in the Titles of

Music: Micahtam: A Musical Term in the Titles of

Music: Muth-Labben in the Title of

Music: Neginah and Neginoth: Appear in the Titles of

Music: Nehiloth: Appears in the Title of

Music: Physical Effect of, on Man

Music: Precentor

Music: Sheminith in the Titles of

Music: Shiggaion in the Title of

Music: Shiggaion: And Its Plural, Shigionoth, in the Title of

Music: Shoshannim and Shushan-Eduth in the Titles To

Music: Signifies the Murmuring Tone of a Harp

Music: Teachers of

Music: The Jews Used in Commemorating Great Men

Music: The Jews Used in Dances

Music: The Jews Used in Funeral Ceremonies

Music: The Jews Used in Private Entertainments

Music: The Jews Used in Religious Feasts

Music: The Jews Used in Sacred Processions

Music: The Jews Used: At Consecration of Temple

Music: The Jews Used: At Coronation of Kings

Music: The Jews Used: At Dedication of City Walls

Music: The Jews Used: At Laying Foundation of Temple

Music: The Jews Used: To Celebrate Victories

Music: The Movements of Armies Regulated By

Music: Unclassified Scriptures Relating To

Music: Vanity of all Unsanctified

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