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THE HISTORY OF
AMERICAN CHURCH MUSIC
ETUDE MAGAZINE says: "Dr. Ellinwood is for-
tunate in having the musical training, experience and
associations which made available the necessary
knowledge to do this erudite but thoroughly readable
THE DIAPASON says: "As a valuable source of
information, as an entertaining narrative and as a
text for inspiration, this book cannot be too highly
recommended to anyone connected with the music of
THE AMERICAN ORGANIST says: "In all, we'd
Say it is one of the most valuable books ever pub-
lished in behalf of church music in America; every
organist taking his work professionally, and every
library in America, should have it."
THE MUSICAL QUARTERLY says: "Turning to Dr.
Ellinwood's book, we find and example of the felicitous
results that can be obtained when a competent
scholar with a suitable clerical training turns his
attention to sacred music.
THE HYMN says: "Dr. Ellinwood ranks as one of
our most distinguished American scholars and hymn-
ologists. This book is a must for anyone desiring an
acquaintance with this entire field of inquiry."
EDWARD B. GAMMONS, Groton School, Mass., says: "Within the confines of this one
volume you will discover an outline and record of what has constituted the music in church
on this continent for the pre-colonial days to the present, and from the Atlantic to the
Over twenty-five illustrations showing church organs, choirs, churches and musicians of today and yesterday.
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