Sonata in G K. 283 (Signature Series (ABRSM))

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Psalms were part of the larger democratizing of scripture that the Protestant Reformation had set in motion with its commitment to reading and devotion in vernacular languages rather than in Latin. The new church genre found widespread acceptance amoung Lutherans. This form of communal singing became part of the outdoor, religious camp meetings of the early nineteenth century, a period known as the "Great Awakening."

Pages: 20

Publisher: Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (September 30, 1976)

ISBN: 1854721321

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