The choral revival in the Anglican Church (1839-1872) / by Bernarr Rainbow.
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Church music -- 19th century.
Church music -- Church of England.
Studies in church music.
xiv, 368 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 344-351) and index.
Origins: Frederick Oakeley -- The image confused: John Jebb -- The cradle of the movement -- Dissemination: Thomas Helmore -- The "Manual of plainsong" and "Hymnal noted" -- Robert Druitt and the "Parish Choir" -- Frederick Helmore, the musical missionary -- W.J.E. Bennett and the Pimlico riots -- Resurgence -- Expansion -- The college chapels of Oxford and Cambridge -- Other college chapels -- The cathedral choirs -- Maturity and decadence -- Conclusions -- Appendixes: The surpliced choir originally introduced at Leeds Parish Church in 1818 -- Biographical note on William Dyce (1806-1864) -- Summary of the music issued with the "Parish Choir" -- Tractarian views upon the siting of the choir and organ -- Bishop Blomfield's "Charge" of 1842 -- S. Andrew's College, and the 'Agricultural School' established by Edward Monro at Harrow Weald -- A note on John Bilson Binfield -- Cathedral music lists for May, 1857 -- Bibliography of works consulted -- Index.
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