A survey of six periods in the Church's history when music reform was a high priority: 1. The Carolingian Reforms (the development of Gregorian Chant); 2. The Reforms of Pope John XXII; 3. The Reforms of the Council of Trent; 4. The Reforms of Pope Benedicit XIV; 5. the Reforms of Popes Pius X, Benedict XV, Pius XI, and Pius XII; 6. The Reforms of the Second Vatican Council.
The book has links to audio recordings in YouTube and Spotify.
Paperback; 247 pages; published by Hillenbrand Books.
Catholic Music Through the Ages by Edward Schaefer
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