Music & Worship in Pagan & Christian Antiquity
A fascinating re-creation, with impeccable scholarship, of the early attifudes towards music and singing in Christian worship, done in the context of the cultures in which the Church grew up.
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Music and Sacrifice in Pagan Worship 1 Music as Cultic Action
The Use of Music in Greek Sacrificial Ceremonies
Music in Roman Sacrificial Ritual
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