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web Liturgica.com
"The purpose of Liturgica.com is to provide: Information about the history, development and practice of liturgics and liturgical music in the Judeo-Christian milieu. Links to other sites on related subjects. A Web Store that offers a wide selection of liturgical compact discs and books."
•  Liturgics
•  Orthodox Eastern Church
•  Religion and music
•  Religion -- Audio resources
top site web ArtsReformation.com
"The Purpose of Reformation of the Arts and Music (RAM) is to publish materials that promote a general understanding of Art's meaning and methods, so that both artists and art enthusiasts may develop appreciation and discernment in all areas of the Arts, including music, literature, poetry, performance, architecture, sculpture, craftworks, and the graphic arts." Maintained by Matt Bynum.
•  Religion and art
•  Religion and film
•  Religion and literature
•  Religion and music
syllab "Worship and Music in the Faith Community"
A 2013 course by Merrill Smoak at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary.
•  Liturgics
•  Religion and music
syllab "Sacred Music Colloquium"
A 2014 course by Ron Anderson at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary.
•  Liturgics
•  Religion and music
syllab "Vocal Pedagogy for Worship Leaders"
A 2011 course by David Busch at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary.
•  Religion and music
syllab "Music, Culture and Ideas"
A 2002 course by Casey Haskins at the State University of New York at Purchase.
•  Religion and music
top site etext Historic American Sheet Music
"Digital images of over 16,000 pages of sheet music from 3042 pieces published in the United States between 1850 and 1920. A rich database of information about the music is searchable and browsable in a variety of ways, and the site includes background information about the music itself as well as the social, cultural, and political events that shaped the songs and that are depicted in the pieces." This collection is browseable and searchable. An impressive resource from Duke University.
•  Religion and music
•  Online Text Collection
top site web Hymns from the Liturgical Tradition of the Orthodox Christian Church
This site offers sound files of Eastern Orthodox liturgical music: major feasts of the church, Orthodox radio, orthros hymns, divine liturgy, vespers, and other resources.
•  Liturgics
•  Orthodox Eastern Church
•  Religion and music
•  Religion -- Audio resources
etext Hymnsite.com
Features MIDI files of hymn tunes from The United Methodist Hymnbook (1989), and from The Standard Psalm Tune Book compiled by Henry E. Dibdin in 1851. The site is searchable and it provides related links.
•  Religion and music
•  Online Text Collection
top site etext Oremus Hymnal
"This online hymnal contains texts and MIDI files of tunes used in much of the English-speaking world, with particular emphasis on the Anglican tradition. Currently, fifty-two Anglican hymnals from the past 140 years have been indexed. These 52 hymnals contain nearly seven thousand distinct texts and over eighteen thousand text/tune combinations. At present, not all of the files are available. The public domain texts of the core six hymnals are completely uploaded."
•  Religion and music
•  Online Text Collection
ejournal CCM Online
An e-zine about Contemporary Christian music. Provides articles, reviews, band schedules, etc.
•  Religion and music
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
ejournal Phantom Tollbooth, The
"We are an on-line magazine that publishes a wide range of album, concert and movie reviews, interviews, features and resource links. We began in December, 1996 and our monthly readership now numbers over five thousand. Our staff of over 70 writers is committed to reviewing quality music in a timely and professional manner. We're always looking for the best in mainstream and underground music."
•  Religion and film
•  Religion and film -- Reviews
•  Religion and music
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
web American Guild of Organists
Provides a range of information about organ performance, job openings for organists, etc.
•  Religion and music
•  Religion -- Professional societies
web Leadworship
"Leadworship.com is a ministry of Paul Baloche. Our mission is to serve, equip and encourage worshippers around the world by providing new songs, music resources, and spiritual encouragement." Baloche wrote the widely known song "Open the Eyes of My Heart."
•  Evangelicalism
•  Religion and music
web Cockburn Project-Bruce Cockburn online
"The Cockburn Project is a unique website that exists to document the work of Canadian singer-songwriter and musician Bruce Cockburn. The central focus of the Project is the ongoing archiving of Cockburn's self-commentary on his songs, albums, and issues. You will also find news, tour dates, an online store, and other current information." Maintained Nigel Parry.
•  Religion and music
web Cornerstone Festival
A major annual venue for (alternative) Christian music.
•  Religion and music
top site web Hymnary.org: A Comprehensive Index of Hymns and Hymnals
"The Dictionary of North American Hymnology indexes the contents of 4876 hymnals, published in North America between 1640 and 1978, and over one million hymns contained in these publications. The index can currently be searched in two ways, for a hymnal or for a hymn. Each of these can be searched through multiple fields."
•  Religion and music
•  Religion -- Indexes
web Institute of Sacred Music, Yale University
This site offers information about the programs of the Institute.
•  Religion and music
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
web National Association of Pastoral Musicians
"The National Association of Pastoral Musicians (NPM) is a membership organization primarily composed of musicians, musician-liturgists, clergy, and other leaders of prayer devoted to serving the life and mission of the Church through fostering the art of musical liturgy in Roman Catholic worshipping communities in the United States of America."
•  Religion and music
•  Religion -- Professional societies
web negrospirituals.com
This site offers an introduction to the history of Black spirituals in the United States.
•  African Americans -- Religion
•  Religion and music
web Organ Historical Society
"We are an international organization that seeks members from all levels of interest in the organ. Whether you simply listen enthusiastically or you play, build, or study the organ as an avocation or profession, the Organ Historical Society invites you to join.The Society promotes a widespread musical and historical interest in American organbuilding through collection, preservation, and publication of historical information, and through recordings and public concerts."
•  Religion and music
•  Religion -- Professional societies
web Raj Academy of Asian Music
"Pursuing a Vision of Excellence in Sikh Music Education since 1994."
•  Religion and music
•  Sikhism
web Royal School of Church Music
"The RSCM is an educational charity dedicated to raising standards and promoting music in every style of Christian worship and every denomination. Our Members are drawn from different denominations, they worship in different ways, they enjoy different musical styles, but what they have in common is the belief that good music, used effectively, greatly enriches Christian worship."
•  Religion and music
•  Religion -- Professional societies
web Royal School of Church Music in America
"RSCM America is the American branch of the Royal School of Church Music. Our goal is to uplift the spiritual life of our communities through high quality choral music. We provide musical education to singers through a structured choral music program and summer music courses. We provide support to music directors through an organizational forum which facilitates the exchange of knowledge and ideas."
•  Religion and music
•  Religion -- Professional societies
syllab "Worship Arts in the 21st Century"
A 2007 course by Shawn Young at Greenville College.
•  Religion and music
web Looking Closer
This site offers a Christian perspective on film, music, and books. Maintained by Jeffrey Overstreet.
•  Religion and film -- Reviews
•  Religion and literature
•  Religion and music
web Tasbeha.org: Coptic Hymns, Praises, and Divine Liturgies
This site offers audio liturgies, hymns, sermons, and related resources, along with articles and discussion forums.
•  Coptic Church
•  Religion and music
•  Religion -- Audio resources
syllab "Music in the History of Christianity: Johann Sebastian Bach"
A 2001 course by Ann Matter at the University of Pennsylvania.
•  Religion and music
web Africa Focus: The Sights and Sounds of a Continent
"This online collection is maintained on the website of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries. It contains digitized visual images and sounds of Africa contributed over the years to the African Studies Program of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. These digital files are stored in an accessible database and provided for personal use or educational presentations."
•  Africa -- Religion
•  Religion and music
•  Religion -- Images
web International Gospel Music Hall of Fame and Museum
"Founded in 1995, The International Gospel Music Hall of Fame and Museum is dedicated to the preservation and education of gospel music and entertainment around the world."
•  African Americans -- Religion
•  Religion and music
top site web Jewish Music WebCenter
"The purpose of the Jewish Music WebCenter is to provide a forum for gathering and presenting information on academic, organizational, and personal activities in Jewish music today. Information is provided to encourage, and support the enjoyment, study, creation and pursuit of knowledge of Jewish music."
•  Judaism
•  Religion and music
•  Religion -- Internet guides
syllab "Choral Literature for Christian Worship"
A 2014 course by Milner Seifert at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary.
•  Religion and music
syllab "Worship and Music in the Faith Community" (Morrison)
A 2013 course by Chuck Morrison at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary.
•  Liturgics
•  Religion and music
web Living Church Foundation
"The Living Church Foundation has a proud history of producing quality publications for members of the Episcopal Church. Now in its eighth decade, this independent, not-for-profit foundation is the publisher of The Living Church, a weekly magazine; The Episcopal Musician's Handbook, a resource for church musicians; and Illuminations, a lector's aid that also helps the congregation to more fully understand the readings from scripture they hear during the liturgy."
•  Anglican Communion
•  Religion and music
syllab "Religion and Music: Sacred Sound in Global Perspective"
A course by Todd Lewis at College of the Holy Cross.
•  Religion and music
web Hymn Society in the United States and Canada
"The Hymn Society is for those who: believe that congregational song is an integral component of worship; believe that the writing and singing of new texts and tunes needs to be promoted; value learning about the origins of the words and music they sing."
•  Religion and music
•  Religion -- Professional societies
top site web Musica Sacra: Church Music Association of America
"The Church Music Association of America is an association of Catholic musicians, and those who have a special interest in music and liturgy, active in advancing Gregorian chant, Renaissance polyphony, and other forms of sacred music, including new composition, for liturgical use. The CMAA’s purpose is the advancement of musica sacra in keeping with the norms established by competent ecclesiastical authority."
•  Catholic Church
•  Religion and music
•  Religion -- Audio resources
•  Religion -- Professional societies
syllab "Theology and Hip Hop Culture"
A 2010 course by Ralph Watkins at Fuller Theological Seminary.

•  Religion and music
syllab "Liturgical Music for Celebrants"
A 2014 course by David Saunders at Ss. Cyril & Methodius Seminary.
•  Liturgics
•  Religion and music
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