A Genre in Hindusthani Music (bhajans) as Used in the Roman Catholic Church
This study examines the uses of indigenous music in the various services of the rites of the Catholic Church in India since the Second Vatican Council. It is based on documents from Vatican II, and the Catholic Bishops' Conference of India, as well as interviews with those involved.
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