Table of contents for Singing the Lord's song in a strange land : hymnody in the history of North American Protestantism / edited by Edith L. Blumhofer and Mark Noll.

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Introduction 000
1. From Classical to Modern: Hymnody and the Development of
American Evangelicalism, 17371970 000
 Stephen Marini
2. Reading between the Lines: Slaves, Women, and Native Americans
Reflected in an Important Southern Hymnal of 1810 000
 Kay Norton
3. "Old Favourites" or "New Style": Creating the Hymnal of the
Presbyterian Church in Canada 000
 Barbara Murison
4. In the Shadow of Calvin and Watts: Twentieth-Century American
Presbyterians and Their Hymns 000
 Darryl G. Hart
5. The Anatomy of Immigrant Hymnody: Faith Communicated in the
Swedish Covenant Church 000
 Scott E. Erickson
6. Lifting the Joists with Music: The Hymnological Transition
from German to English for North American Mennonites,
18401940 000
 David Rempel Smucker
7. "Wrestling Jacob": The Central Struggle and Emotional Scripts
of Camp-Meeting Holiness Hymnody 000
Chris Armstrong
8. Alabaré a mi Señor: Hymnody as Ideology in Latino
Protestantism 000
 Daniel Ramírez
9. Sing Thy Power to Save: Music on the "Old Fashioned Revival
Hour" Radio Broadcast 000
 Daniel Fuller, Philip Goff, and Katherine McGinn
Contributors 000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Hymns North America History and criticism, Protestant churches North America History, North America Church history