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Jhone Angus: Monk of Dunfermline & Scottish reformation music

£20.00

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The Reformation that started with Luther and swept through sixteenth- century Europe also slept away the complex polyphonic music of the Catholic Church in Scotland. Jhone Angus was one of the composers who wrote the simpler but beautiful tunes that could be sung by the congregations of the Reformed Kirk. The books starts with an outline of the growth of Protestantism in Europe by Michael Lynch, followed by its effects on Scotland and in Dunfermline, Angus's home town, by Patricia Dennison.
Includes a CD with 15 tracks from the " Wode Psalter"
1st edition hardback w/ dust jacket and only a few wear marks on jacket.

Item details

Author(s):
Jamie Reid-Baxter, Michael Lynch & E. Patricia Dennison
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
31.5 x 23.5 cm
Edition:
2011
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0955724422
ISBN-13:
9780955724428
Number of pages:
71
Publisher:
Dunfermline Heritage Community Projects
Title:
Jhone Angus: Monk of Dunfermline & Scottish Reformation Music

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The Reformation that started with Luther and swept through sixteenth- century Europe also slept away the complex polyphonic music of the Catholic Church in Scotland. Jhone Angus was one of the composers who wrote the simpler but beautiful tunes that could be sung by the congregations of the Reformed Kirk. The books starts with an outline of the growth of Protestantism in Europe by Michael Lynch, followed by its effects on Scotland and in Dunfermline, Angus's home town, by Patricia Dennison.
Includes a CD with 15 tracks from the " Wode Psalter"
1st edition hardback w/ dust jacket and only a few wear marks on jacket.

Author(s):
Jamie Reid-Baxter, Michael Lynch & E. Patricia Dennison
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
31.5 x 23.5 cm
Edition:
2011
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0955724422
ISBN-13:
9780955724428
Number of pages:
71
Publisher:
Dunfermline Heritage Community Projects
Title:
Jhone Angus: Monk of Dunfermline & Scottish Reformation Music

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