Singing the Glory Down: Amateur Gospel Music in South Central Kentucky, 1900-1990

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University Press of Kentucky - Performing Arts
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The editors, William J. Devlin and Shai Biderman, have compiled an impressive list of contributors to explore the philosophy at the core of David Lynch's work. Lynch is examined as a postmodern artist and the themes of darkness, logic and time are discussed in depth.
 

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Contents

THE SHAPENOTE ERA
9
THE SINGING CONVENTION MOVEMENT
30
SHAPENOTES AND EARLY GOSPEL QUARTETS
52
THE TRANSITION YEARS
73
THE BEGINNINGS OF A NEW ERA
93
PRESENT TIMES
116
WALKING STRAIGHTER AND NARROWER
138
SINGING THE GLORY DOWN
157
SINGING FAMILIES
180
CONCLUSION
199
APPENDIX A
203
APPENDIX B SHAPENOTE TEACHERS
226
NOTES
229
BIBLIOGRAPHY
238
INDEX
244
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