Source:p.xii, 259 pages : (2023)
Keywords:(OCoLC)fst00859019, (OCoLC)fst00860809, (OCoLC)fst01092555, 16th century., Christian education, Christian education., Church music, Church music., Europe, Europe., fast, History, Reformation, Reformation.
Includes bibliographical references and index.Introduction. Music and Religious Education in Early Modern Europe / Hyun-Ah Kim -- PART 1. Music, Pedagogy and Edification Concepts and Theories. "Singing without Understanding" : The Defence of the Unintelligible in Lefèvre d'Étaples' Quincuplex Psalterium (1509/1513) / Michael O'Connor ; Music, Rhetoric and the Humanist Pedagogy of Hebrew Biblical Chant Reuchlin's Reconstruction of the Modulata recitatio / Hyun-Ah Kim ; Cross and Creation Rethinking the Aesthetic Foundations of Luther's Theology of Music / Svein Aage Christoffersen ; Förståndelig and Förbättring through Liturgical Music in the Swedish Reformation : Olaus and Laurentius Petri on the Concepts of Intelligibility and Edification / Mattias Lundbergvi -- PART 2. Religious Education through Music Contexts and Practices. Conrad Celtis's Melopoiae (1507) and Metrical Singing in the Church / Andrea Horz ; From Pious Poems to Protestant Hymns : Cult, Culture and the Psalms of Clément Marot / Dick Wursten ; Text, Image and Music The Hymns of Martin Behm (1557-1622) and Religious Education in Context / Martin Christ ; Music in the Curricula of Charitable Religious Institutions in Early Modern Rome / Noel O'Regan ; Metrical Psalmody and Religious Education in Early Modern Scotland / Timothy Duguid."Exploring the nexus of music and religious education concerns fundamental questions regarding music itself, including what music is, how to interpret music, and why music is important, in relation to both education and religious practice into which it is integrated. This cross-disciplinary volume of essays offers the first comprehensive set of studies to examine the role of music in educational and religious reform and the underlying notions of music in early modern Europe. It elucidates the context and manner in which music served as a means of religious teaching and learning during that time, thereby identifying the religio-cultural and intellectual foundations of early modern European musical phenomena and their significance for exploring the interplay of music and religious education today"--