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B. F. White Marker. 1985. B. F. White Historical Marker. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 1(July).

Bacon, George B. 1873. Lowell Mason. Congregational Quarterly 15(January):1-15.

Bailey, Albert Edward. 1950a. The Gospel in Hymns; Backgrounds and Interpretations. New York: Scribner.

Bailey, Albert Edward. 1950b. The Revolutionary Dr. Watts and His Contemporaries. In The Gospel in Hymns. New York: Scribner.

Baillie, K. Alix. 1996. A Survey of Prominent Composer-Arrangers in Early Editions of the Sacred Harp. M.A. thesis, Catholic University of America.

Baird, Robert. 1844. Religion in America. .

Baker, Frank. 1962. Representative Verse of Charles Wesley. .

Baker, Frank. 1970. John Wesley and the Church of England. New York and Nashville: Abingdon Press.

Baker, Frank. 1988. Charles Wesley's Verse, An Introduction. London: Epworth Press.

Baker, Robert A. 1954. Relations Between Northern and Southern Baptists. Fort Worth.

Baldridge, Terry L. 1983. Evolving Tastes in Hymntunes of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the Nineteenth Century. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Kansas.

Baldwin, Robert F. 1995. Harmonies from the Heart. Country Home 14(June):52-58.

Ball, Wesley. 1995. Nurturing Musical Aptitude in Children. Southern Early Childhood Association Dimensions of Early Childhood 23(4):19-24.

Baltzell, W. J. 1922. Old-Time Community Music. Proceedings of the Music Teachers National Association 17:67-75.

Bandel, Betty. 1981. Sing the Lord's Song in a Strange Land: The Life of Justin Morgan. Rutherford, New York: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.

Banner, Lois W. 1972. Presbyterians and Voluntarism in the Early Republic. Journal of Presbyterian History 50:187-205.

Barbour, J. Murray. 1959. The Texts of Billings' Church Music. Criticism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts 1:49-61.

Barbour, J. Murray. 1960. The Church Music of William Billings. East Lansing, Michigan. Reprint: New York, Da Capo Press, 1972.

Barbour, J. Murray. 1963. Billings and the Barline. American Choral Review 5(2):1-5. Reprinted in 18/4(1976):37-49.

Barfield, Louise Calhoun. 1961. History of Harris County, Georgia, 1827-1961. Columbus, Georgia: Columbus Office Supply Company.

Barnard, Henry. 1857. Educational Labors of Lowell Mason. American Journal of Education 4:141-148.

Barnes, Edwin N. C. 1936. American Music from Plymouth Rock to Tin Pan Alley. Washington, D.C.: Music Education Publications.

Barrington, James Oris. 1962. The Beginnings of Psalmody in the English Speaking American Colonies (1607-1700). M.C.M. thesis, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Barth, Karl. 1963. Evangelical Theology: An Introduction. Edinburgh.

Bartlett, Joseph. 1841. Music as an Auxiliary to Religion. Boston: Crocker and Brewster.

Barton, W. E. 1890. Early Ecclesiastical History of the Western Reserve. Papers of the Ohio Church History Society 1:14-42.

Barzun, Jacques. 1956. Music in American Life. Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Co.

Baughan, Stella Benton. 1961. History of the Twenty-Five Years of the National Singing Convention. Vaughan's Family Visitor (October/November):3-8.

Baynham, Edward Gladstone. 1944. The Early Development of Music in Pittsburgh. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pittsburgh.

Bealle, John. 1994. New Strings on the "Old Harp": The 1991 Revision of The Sacred Harp. Tributaries: Journal of the Alabama Folklife Association No. 1:5-23.

Bealle, John. 1997. Public Worship, Private Faith: Sacred Harp and American Folksong. Athens: University of Georgia Press.

Bean, Shirley Ann. 1973. The Missouri Harmony, 1820-1858: The Refinement of a Southern Tunebook. Doctoral dissertation, University of Missouri, Kansas City.

Bean, Shirley Ann. 1994. Introduction. In The Missouri Harmony, vii-xx. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

Beard, Billie. 1986. Citizen of the Month: Kelly Olaf Beard. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 2(August).

Beary, Shirley. 1979. Stylistic Traits of Southern Shape-Note Gospel Songs. The Hymn (January):26-33.

Beauchamp, William. 1816. Revivals of Religion Among the Methodists. Western Christian Monitor 1:373-74.

Becker, Laura L. 1982. Ministers vs. Laymen: The Singing Controversy in Puritan New England, 1720-1740. New England Quarterly 55:79-96.

Beckwith, John. 1988. Tunebooks and Hymnals in Canada, 1801-1939. American Music 8(2):193-234.

Beecher, Lyman. 1816. On the Importance of Assisting Young Men of Piety and Talents in Obtaining an Education for the Gospel Ministry. 2nd edition. Andover, Massachusetts.

Beecher, Lyman. 1825. A Plea for the West. Cincinnati: Truman and Smith.

Beecher, Lyman. 1828. Letters of Rev. Dr. Beecher and Rev. Mr. Nettleton on "New Measures" in Conducting Revivals of Religion. New York: G. and C. Carvill.

Beecher, Lyman. 1835. A Plea for Colleges. Cincinnati: The Cincinnati Journal.

Beecher, Lyman. 1852-3. Beecher's Works. Boston: John P. Jewett and Company.

Beecher, Lyman. 1864. The Autobiography of Lyman Beecher. . Reprint, edited by Barbara M. Cross. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1961.

Beisswenger, Drew. 1985. Singing Schools in South Central Kentucky. M.A. thesis, Western Kentucky University.

Beisswenger, Drew. 1991. Singing Schools and Conventions in Logan County, Kentucky. Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin 55(1):1-13.

Bellinger, Lucius. 1870. Stray Leaves from the Portfolio of a Methodist Local Preacher. Macon, Georgia: J. W. Burke and Co.

Bendix, John. 1987. Review of Sacred Harp Singers (film), by Mark Brice, and Chris Petry. Ethnomusicology 31(3):525-6.

Benedict, David. 1848. A General History of the Baptist Denomination in America and Other Parts of the World. New York.

Benes, Peter. 1982. Psalmody in Coastal Massachusetts and in the Connecticut River Valley. In The Bay and the River: 1600-1900. Boston: Boston University.

Bennett, F. Russel, Jr. 1974. The Fellowship of Kindred Minds: A Socio-Theological Study of the Baptist Association. Atlanta: Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention.

Bennett, H. L. 1885-1901. Thomas Sternhold. In Dictionary of National Biography, 94.

Bennett, J. 1887. A Short History of Cheap Music. .

Benson, Louis F. 1902a. Early Editions of Doctor Watts's Hymns. Journal of the Presbyterian Historical Society (June).

Benson, Louis F. 1902b. Note on Horae Lyricae. Journal of the Presbyterian Historical Society (September):358.

Benson, Louis F. 1903. The American Revisions of Watts's Psalms. Journal of the Presbyterian Historical Society (June-September). See The English Hymn, p. 194, n. 112.

Benson, Louis F. 1909. The Psalmody of the Calvinistic Reformation. The Journal of the Presbyterian Historical Society (March, June, September).

Benson, Louis F. 1910-1914. The Hymnody of the English Speaking Churches. Princeton Theological Review (July, 1910; 1912-1914).

Benson, Louis F. 1915. The English Hymn: Its Development and Use in Worship. Richmond, Virginia: John Knox Press. Reprint. 1962.

Benson, Louis F. 1926. The Hymnody of the Christian Church. New York. Reprint. Richmond: John Knox Press, 1956.

Benson, Norman Arthur. 1963. The Itinerant Dancing and Music Masters of Eighteenth Century America. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Minnesota.

Bentley, William. 1905. The Diary of William Bentley (1784-1819). Salem, Massachusetts: Essex Institute.

Beresford, J. 1935. The Diary of a Country Parson. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Berg, Wesley. 1986. The Music of the Mennonite Brethren of Saskatchewan to 1923. American Music 4(4):457-468.

Berg, Wesley. 1996. Hymns of the Old Colony Mennonites and the Old Way of Singing. Musical Quarterly 80(1):77-117.

Berger, Karol. 1985-1986. The Expanding Universe of Musica Ficta in Theory from 1300 to 1550. Journal of Musicology 4(4):410-30.

Bernhardt, Jack. 1995. Cry Holy Unto the Lord: Tradition and Diversity in Bluegrass Gospel Music. In In the Spirit: Alabama's Sacred Music Traditions, edited by Henry Willett, 101-110. Montgomery, Alabama: Black Belt Press.

Berry, J. W. 1958. Primitive Baptists. In Encyclopedia of Southern Baptists, Vol. 2, 114-15. Nashville: Broadman Press.

Bett, Henry. 1913. The Hymns of Methodism. London: Epworth. Revised edition, 1945.

Bicentenary of Watts. 1874. Bicentenary of Dr. Isaac Watts. North British Advertiser (July 18).

Bickley, Thomas Frank. 1983. David's Harp (1813), A Methodist Tunebook from Baltimore: An Analysis and Facsimile. M.A. thesis, American University.

Bierck, Julius G. 1853. Billings' Psalmody. Dwight's Journal of Music 3(2).

Billings 250th Birthday Observances. 1996. William Billings 250th Birthday Observances. Bulletin of Historical Research in Music Education 18(September):79-80.

Billings, William. 1780. The Singing Master's Assistant. 3rd edition. Boston.

Birge, E. B. 1928. History of Public School Music in the United States. Philadelphia.

Birkett, Norman. 1948. Isaac Watts and "The Finest Hymn Book in the World". British Weekly (November 11).

Birrell, T. A. 1956. Sarbiewski, Watts and the Later Metaphysical Tradition. English Studies 38:125-132.

Bisgrove, M. E. 1969. Sacred Choral Music in the Calvinistic Tradition of the Protestant Reformation in Switzerland and France from 1541 to 1600. Doctoral dissertation, New York University.

Bishop, Selma L. 1957. The Poetical Theories of Isaac Watts. Doctoral dissertation, University of Colorado.

Bishop, Selma L. 1962a. Isaac Watts (1674-1748). In Hymns and Spirituals Songs, xiii-xvii. London: Faith Press.

Bishop, Selma L. 1962b. Isaac Watts, Hymns and Spiritual Songs 1707-1748: A Study in Early 18th Century Language Changes. London: Faith Press.

Bishop, Selma L. 1962c. Watts' Compositions of Hymns. In Hymns and Spirituals Songs, xix-xxiv. London: Faith Press.

Bishop, Selma L. 1962d. Watts' Interest in Matters of Philology. In Hymns and Spirituals Songs, xxv-xxxii. London: Faith Press.

Bishop, Selma L. 1974. Isaac Watts' Hymns and Spiritual Songs (1707): A Publishing History and a Bibliography. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Pierian Press.

Black, Neil Woods. 1932. The Contribution of American Hymn Writers to Literature. M.A. thesis, University of Iowa.

Blackwell, Lois S. 1978. The Wings of the Dove: The Story of Gospel Music in America. Norfolk: Downing.

Blair, Judson. 1963a. Christian Harmony (Ingalls). Unpublished research paper. Housed at the Music Library, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas.

Blair, Judson. 1963b. Tune-Books in America, 1712-1865. Unpublished research paper. Housed at the Music Library, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas.

Bloom, Harold. 1992. The American Religion: The Emergence of the Post-Christian Nation. New York: Simon and Schuster.

Blum, Beula B. 1969. Solmization in Nineteenth-Century American Sight-Singing Instruction. Doctoral dissertation, University of Michigan.

Blum, Beula B. 1971. Solmization and Pitch Notation in Nineteenth-Century American School Music Textbooks. Journal of Research in Music Education .

Blum, Stephen. 1979. . Folk Hymnody in the Maritimes and Upper Canada Before Confederation. Paper presented at the Symposium on Rural Hymnody, Berea College, Berea, Kentucky, April 27-29, 1979. Housed at the Archives of the Hutchins Library, Berea College.

Blume, F. 1974. Protestant Church Music: A History. New York.

Board of Commissioners of the District of Columbia, the Pan American Union, and the Library of Congress. 1941. Bio-bibliographical Index of Musicians in the United States Since Colonial Times. Washington, D.C.

Boeringer, J. 1968. Review of The Sacred Harp. Facsimile reprint of 1859 edition. The Hymn 19:93-95.

Boggs, Beverly. See also: Patterson, Beverly B.

Boggs, Beverly. 1982. Religious Songs Remembered: Sweet Rivers, Jean Ritchie. Appalachian Journal 9:306-310.

Bohlman, Philip V. 1984. Hymnody in the Rural German-American Community of the Upper Midwest. The Hymn 35:158-164.

Boles, John B. 1972. The Great Revival 1787-1805. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.

Bonham, R. J. 1981. Some Common Aesthetic Tendencies Manifested in Examples of Pioneer American Cabins and Old Harp Music and in Selected Works of H. H. Richardson and Charles E. Ives. Doctoral dissertation, Ohio University.

Bost, George H. 1942. Samuel Davies: Colonial Revivalist and Champion of Religious Tolerance. Ph.D. thesis, University of Chicago.

Boston, N., and L. Langwill. 1967. Church and Chamber Barrel-Organs. Edinburgh: Lyndesay G. Langwill.

Boswell, George W. 1970. Verse and Music in the Sacred Harp. Southern Folklore Quarterly 34(53-61).

Boswell, George W. 1981. Review of The Sacred Harp: A Tradition and its Music, by Buell E. Cobb, Jr. Western Folklore 40(3):276-7.

Bottoms, J. S. 1972. The Singing School in Texas: 1971. Doctoral dissertation, University of Colorado.

Bourland, Peter. 1984. Dances from the Sacred Harp. Boston: E. C. Schirmer.

Bower, Jacob. 1857. The Autobiography of Jacob Bower: A Frontier Baptist Preacher and Missionary. In Religion on the American Frontier: The Baptists, 1738-1830, edited by William Warren Sweet, 185-230. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1936.

Boyd, Joe Dan. 1969. Judge Jackson: Black Giant of the "White Spirituals". Paper presented at the meetings of the American Folklore Society, Atlanta, 1969.

Boyd, Joe Dan. 1970. Judge Jackson: Black Giant of White Spirituals. Journal of American Folklore 83:446-451.

Boyd, Joe Dan. 1971. Negro Sacred Harp Songsters in Mississippi. Mississippi Folklore Register 5(3):60-83.

Boyd, Jack H. 1978. Religious Music in New England, 1620-1800. Master's thesis, Baylor University.

Boyd, Morrison Comegys. 1940. Elizabethan Music and Musical Criticism. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania.

Boyer, Horace Clarence. 1964. The Gospel Song: A Historical and Analytical Survey. M.A. thesis, Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester.

Braley, Bernard. 1987. Hymnwriters. London: Stainer & Bell.

Brandon, George. 1964. The Hymnody of the Disciples of Christ in the U.S.A. The Hymn 15(1):15-22.

Brandon, George. 1967. Some Classic Tunes in Lowell Mason Collections. The Hymn 18(3):78-79.

Brant, Cyr de. 1945. America and the Christmas Carol. Etude 63:681, 721.

Brantley, Richard E. 1987. Charles Wesley's Experiential Art. Eighteenth-Century Life 11:1-11.

Brasher, John Lawrence. 1984. Preface. In Warren's Minstrel, by J. S. Warren, Jr., ix-xxxvi. Athens: Ohio University Press.

Braswell, Lydia. 1988. In Memory of George Phillips. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 4(December).

Bray, R. 1970. The Interpretation of Musica Ficta in English Music, c.1490-c.1580. PRMA 97:29-45.

Bray, Robert. 1984. Camp-Meeting Revivalism and the Idea of Western Community: Three Generations of Ohio Valley Writers. The Old Northwest 10:257-284.

Brecht, Martin. 1985. The Songs of the Anabaptists in M√ľnster and Their Hymnbook. Mennonite Quarterly Review 54(October):362-66.

Breckbill, Anita. 1988. The Hymns of the Anabaptists: An English-Language Bibliography. The Hymn 39:21-23.

Breitmayer, Douglas Reece. 1951. Seventy-Five Years of Sacred Music in Cleveland, Ohio. S.M.M. thesis, Union Theological Seminary.

Brewster, C. Ray. 1983. The Cluster of Jesse Mercer. Macon, Georgia: Renaissance Press.

Brice, Mark, and Chris Petry. 1984. Sacred Harp Singers (film). Beaconsfield, U.K: National Film and Television School.

Bridges, R. 1910-12. English Chanting. Musical Antiquary 2:125-41; 3:74-86.

Britton, Allen P. 1947. The Original Shape-Note Tune Books. In Studies in the History of American Education, edited by Claude Eggertsen. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan School of Education.

Britton, Allen P. 1949. Theoretical Introductions in American Tune Books to 1800. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Michigan.

Britton, Allen P. 1958. Music in Early American Public Education: A Historical Critique. In Basic Concepts in Music Education: Fifty-seventh Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education, edited by N. B. Henry, 195-211. Chicago: University of Chicago.

Britton, Allen P. 1961a. Music Education: An American Specialty. In One Hundred Years of Music in America, edited by Paul Henry Lang. New York: G. Schirmer. Reprint. Music Educators Journal 48/6(1962):27ff.

Britton, Allen P. 1961b. The Singing School Movement in the U.S. International Musicological Society. Report of the Eighth Congress, New York. 1:89-99.

Britton, Allen P. 1987. The Sonneck Society and American Music. Choral Journal 28(3):28-9.

Britton, Allen P. 1989. The How and Why of Teaching Singing Schools in Eighteenth Century America. Council for Research in Music Education Bulletin 99(Winter):23-41.

Britton, Allen P., and Irving Lowens. 1953. Unlocated Titles in Early American Sacred American Music. Music Library Association Notes 11(December):33-48.

Britton, Allen P., Irving Lowens, and Richard Crawford. 1990. Bibliography of American Sacred Music, 1698-1810. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia.

Britton, Allen P., Irving Lowens, and Richard Crawford. n.d.-a. American Sacred Music Imprints, 1698-1810: A Bibliography. Worcester, Massachusetts.

Britton, Allen P., Irving Lowens, and Richard Crawford. n.d.-b. Bibliography of Sacred Music Published in America through 1810. Worchester: American Antiquarian Society.

Brobston, Stanley H. 1977. A Brief History of White Southern Gospel Music Singing Groups in Rural Georgia. Ph.D. dissertation, New York University.

Brock, E. E. 1947. When I Survey the Wondrous Cross. In Devotional Interpretations of Familiar Hymns, 7-11.

Brompton, Harvey F. 1949. The Two Isaacs: Newton (1642-1727); Watts (1674-1748). London Quarterly and Holborn Review 174:126-36.

Brooks, G. P. 1993. Isaac Watts and the Uses of Knowledge of Astronomy: "He Taught the Art of Reasoning and the Science of the Stars". Vistas in Astronomy 36(3):295-310.

Brooks, Henry Mason. 1888. Olden-Time Music. Boston: Ticknor and Company. Reprint. New York: AMS Press, 1973.

Broucek, Jack W. 1962. Eighteenth Century Music in Savannah, Georgia. Ed.D. thesis, Florida State University.

Brown, Don. 1965. Easy Instructor (Little and Smith). Unpublished research paper. Housed at the Music Library, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas.

Brown, Marianna C. 1901. Sunday-School Movements in America. New York: Fleming H. Revell Company.

Brown, Robert B., and Frank X. Braun. 1948. The Tunebook of Conrad Doll. Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 42.

Brown, Robert W. 1993. Charles Wesley, Hymnwriter. Bristol, England: Robert W. Brown.

Brown, Theron, and Hezekiah Butterworth. 1906. The Story of the Hymns and Tunes. Chicago: W. P. Blessing and Co.

Broyles, Michael. 1985. Lowell Mason on European Church Music and Transatlantic Cultural Identification: A Reconsideration. Journal of the American Musicological Society 38.

Bruce, Dickson D., Jr. 1972. And They All Sang Hallelujah: Plain-Folk Camp-Meeting Religion, 1800-1845. Doctoral dissertation, University of Pennsylvania.

Bruce, Dickson D., Jr. 1974. And They All Sang Hallelujah: Plain-Folk Camp-Meeting Religion, 1800-1845. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.

Bruce, Frank Neely. 1971. The Piano Pieces of Anthony Philip Heinrich Contained in The Dawning of Music in Kentucky and The Western Minstrel. D.M.A. thesis, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Bruce, Frank Neely. 1973. Liner notes. The Dawning of Music in Kentucky. Vanguard VSD 71178.

Brumley, Albert E. 1972. All-Day Singin' and Dinner on the Ground. Camdenton, Missouri: Albert E. Brumley and Sons.

Bryant, William C. 1866. Hymns of Isaac Watts. Littell's Living Age 81:286.

Buchanan, Annabel Morris. 1932. A National Music for America. Music Clubs Magazine 11(5):12-13.

Buchanan, Annabel Morris. 1933. White Spirituals in the Southern Uplands. Music Clubs Magazine 4:18-19.

Buchanan, Annabel Morris. 1936. Adventures in Virginia Folkways: June Meetin'. Richmond Times-Dispatch Sunday Magazine, June 7, 1, 4.

Buchanan, Annabel Morris. 1938. Folk Hymns of America. New York: J. Fischer and Brother.

Buchanan, Annabel Morris. 1939. American Folk Music. Ithaca, New York: National Federation of Music Clubs.

Buchanan, Annabel Morris. 1940. A Neutral Mode in Anglo-American Tunebooks. Southern Folklore Quarterly 4:77-92.

Buchanan, Annabel Morris. 1952. Folk Music: American Folk Hymnody. In The International Cyclopedia of Music and Musicians, edited by Oscar Thompson. New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., Inc.

Buchanan, Annabel Morris. 1984. Rise, King Jesus. Unpublished manuscript, housed with the Annabel Morris Buchanan Papers, Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina. Printed in full as part of David E. Whisnant, "Annabel Morris Buchanan's 'Rise, King Jesus': The Cultural Costs of the TVA Dream," in John Shelton Reed and Merle Black, eds., Perspectives on the American South: An Annual Review of Society, Politics and Culture, Vol. 2 (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press), 139-66.

Bucke, Emory Stevens, ed. 1964. The History of American Methodism. Nashville: Abingdon.

Buckingham, J. T. 1858. Isaac Watts. Christian Examiner 65:249.

Buckley, J. M. 1876. The Hymn Book of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Methodist Quarterly Review 58(April):309-23.

Buechner, Alan C. 1960. Yankee Singing Schools and the Golden Age of Choral Music in New England, 1760-1800. Ph.D. dissertation, Harvard University.

Buechner, Alan C. 1964. Liner notes. The New England Harmony. New York: Folkways Records, FA-2377 (FS-3-2377).

Buechner, Alan C. 1969. The Origins of Contrapuntal Style in Three Voice Shape-Note Hymns. Paper presented at the meetings of the American Folklore Society, Atlanta, 1969.

Buechner, Alan C. 1976a. Review of A Musical Biography, Or, Sketches of the Lives and Writings of Eminent Musical Characters, Interspersed with an Epitome of Interesting Musical Matter, by John R. Parker (Detroit Information Coordinators, 1975 [1825]). Detroit Reprints in Music. Music Library Association Notes 33(2):303- 04.

Buechner, Alan C. 1976b. Review of William Billings of Boston: Eighteenth-century Composer, by David P. McKay, and Richard Crawford (Princeton Princeton University Press, 1975). Notes. Music Library Association 33(2):284-86.

Buechner, Alan C. 1979. Joshua Leavitt's The Christian Lyre and the Development of Rural Hymnody in the North. Paper presented at the Symposium on Rural Hymnody, Berea College, Berea, Kentucky, April 27-29, 1979. Housed at the Archives of the Hutchins Library, Berea College.

Buechner, Alan C. 1983. Review of Glory, Hallelujah: the Story of the Camp Meeting Spiritual, by Ellen Jane Lorenz (Nashville Abingdon, 1980). American Music 1(2):86-88.

Buechner, Alan C. 1984. Thomas Hart Benton and American Folk Music. In Thomas Hart Benton: Chronicler of America's Folk Heritage, 68-77. Annandale-on-Hudson, New York: Bard College.

Buffaloe, Bonnie Gail. 1974. The Pestalozzianism of Lowel Mason: Its Identification and Importance to the Development of American Music Education during the Nineteenth Century. M.A., University of Denver.

Bukofzer, Manfred. 1940. Popular Polyphony in the Middle Ages. Musical Quarterly 26(January):31-49.

Bultmann, Phyllis W. 1950. Everybody Sing: The Social Significance of the Eighteenth-Century Hymn. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles.

Burhham, C. G. 1901. Olden Time Music in Connecticut Valley. New England Magazine 24:12-27.

Burke, Cassie, Virginia Meirerhoffer, and Claude Phillips. 1949. America's Musical Heritage. Chicago: Laidlaw Brothers.

Burkhart, Charles. 1952. Music of the Old Colony Mennonites. Mennonite Life 7.

Burkhart, Charles. 1953. The Church Music of the Old Amish and Old Colony Mennonites. Mennonite Quarterly Review 27(January):34-54.

Burnett, Madeline Land. 1946. The Development of American Hymnody, 1620-1900. M.M. thesis, Southern California University.

Burrage, Henry. 1888. Baptist Hymn Writers and Their Hymns. Portland, Maine: Brown, Thurston, and Company.

Burt, Jesse, and Duane Allen. 1971. The History of Gospel Music. Nashville: K & S.

Bushnell, Vinson. 1978. Daniel Read of New Haven (1757-1836): The Man and His Musical Activities. Ph.D. dissertation, Harvard University.

Buszin, W. E. 1946. Luther on Music. Musical Quarterly 32:80-97.

Butler, John H. 1969. John Tufts: Aurora Unaware. Music Educators Journal 55(January):44-46, 105-6.

Byard, Herbert. 1970. A Sternhold and Hopkins Puzzle. Musical Quarterly 56:221-29.

Bynum, James Louis. 1953. The Gospel Singing Conventions of Rusk County, Texas. M.A. thesis, Southern Methodist University.

Byrne, Donald E. 1975. No Foot of Land: Folklore of American Methodist Itinerants. Metuchen, New Jersey: Scarecrow.

Byrne, M. 1964. The Church Band at Swalcliffe. Galpin Society Journal 17:89-98.

Byron, Cecil Lambert. 1980. The Rise of the Anti-Mission Baptists: Sources and Leaders, 1800-1840. New York: Arno Press.