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The New gospel song book: a rare collection of songs designed for Christian work and worship. byShowalter, George Henry Pryor, Publication date Check out our gospel song books selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our shops. Brentwood Benson presents this comprehensive Southern Gospel songbook, in fake book format. Includes lead sheets for over favorites. Spiral bound.
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Gospel music has roots in the black oral tradition, and typically utilizes a great deal of repetition, which allows those who could not read the opportunity to participate in worship. During this time, hymns and sacred songs were lined and repeated in a call-and-response fashion, and Negro spirituals and work songs emerged. Repetition and "call and response" are accepted elements in African music, designed to achieve an altered state of consciousness we sometimes refer to as "trance", and strengthen communal bonds.
Most of the churches relied on hand-clapping and foot-stomping as rhythmic accompaniment. Guitars and tambourines were sometimes available, but not frequently. Church choirs became a norm only after emancipation. Most of the singing was done a cappella. Starting out as lyrics only, it took decades for standardized tunes to be added to them. Although not directly connected with African-American gospel music, they were adopted by African-Americans as well as white Americans, and Newton's connection with the abolition movement provided cross-fertilization.
Main article: Gospel Song 19th century The first published use of the term "Gospel Song" probably appeared in when Philip Bliss released a songbook entitled Gospel Songs.
A Choice Collection of Hymns and Tunes. It was used to describe a new style of church music, songs that were easy to grasp and more easily singable than the traditional church hymns , which came out of the mass revival movement starting with Dwight L. Moody , whose musician was Ira D.
In this book, you will find the songs you know and love as performed by some of today's best Southern Gospel singers. Carefully a A pair of Gospel Melodies hymnals. Minimal wear. On one there is some stains and water marks and stamped South Hall Worship Room.
The spine binding is torn. The other is in better condition with some Standard Notation for Piano Vocal guitar. In very good condition with all pages intact. The Best Gospel Songs Ever.
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