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C., R. W. 1947. A Disciple of Isaac Watts. Notes and Queries 192:475.

Cagle, Mary Lou. 1986. A Tribute to Doris DeLong. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 1(April).

Caldwell, A. B. 1907-12. Anthony Johnson Showalter. In Men of Mark in Georgia, edited by W. J. Northern. Atlanta. Reprinted in 1974.

Callahan, N. 1983. Sing Like a Harp. Americana 11(2):12.

Campbell, Duncan. 1898. Hymns and Hymn Makers. London.

Campbell, Jane. 1926. Old Philadelphia Music. Philadelphia: City History Society.

Candler, Warren Akin. 1904. Great Revivals and the Great Republic. Nashville and Dallas: Methodist Episcopal Church, South.

Carapetyan, Leon. 1958. John Playford and His "Introduction to the Skill of Musik". M.A. thesis, North Texas University.

Card, Edith B. 1957. The Development of the American Hymn Tune: 1800-1850. M. Mus. Ed. thesis, Florida State University.

Card, Edith B. 1976a. "Saints Bound for Heaven": The Singing School Lives On. Southern Quarterly 15(1):75-87.

Card, Edith B. 1976b. William Walker's Music Then and Now: A Study of Performance Style. Doctoral dissertation, Florida State University.

Card, Edith B. 1982. The Tradition of Shaped-note Music: A History of its Development. In Foxfire, edited by Paul F. Gillespie, 280-92. Garden City, New York: Doubleday.

Carlson, Joyce Mangler. See also: Mangler, Joyce Ellen.

Carlson, Joyce Mangler. 1964. Early Music in Rhode Island. Rhode Island History 23(April):35-50.

Carmer, Carl. 1928. The Sacred Harp Singers. Yale Review 18:204-207.

Carmer, Carl. 1930. The Sacred Harp. Theatre Arts Monthly 14:849-56.

Carmer, Carl. 1934. All-day Singing. In Stars Fell on Alabama, 49-57. New York: Farrar and Rinehart.

Carnes, Jim. 1989. White Sacred Harp Singing. In Alabama Folklife: Collected Essays, edited by Stephen H. Martin, 45-51. Birmingham: Alabama Folklife Association.

Carpenter, Edmund J. 1897. The Bay Psalm Book. New England Magazine 15:575-84.

Carr, Bruce A. 1967. The Dying Christian: A Study of the Musical Settings of Pope's Ode as They Appeared in Selected Early American Tunebooks. Master's thesis, State University of New York at Buffalo.

Carson, Bobby Joe. 1973. A Study of The Social Harp by John G. McCurry. M.C.M. thesis, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Cartwright, Peter. 1856. Autobiography of Peter Cartwright, the Backwoods Preacher. Cincinnati: Cranston and Curtis.

Caskey, Marie. 1978. Chariot of Fire: Religion and the Beecher Family. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Caswell, Austin B. 1977. Social and Moral Music: The Hymn. In Music in American Society: From Puritan Hymn to Synthesizer, edited by George McCue. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction.

Cauthen, Joyce. 1995a. Shape-Note Gospel Singing on Sand Mountain. In In the Spirit: Alabama's Sacred Music Traditions, edited by Henry Willett, 81-84. Montgomery, Alabama: Black Belt Press.

Cauthen, Joyce. 1995b. Singing "Dr. Watts": A Venerable Hymn Tradition Among African Americans in Alabama. In In the Spirit: Alabama's Sacred Music Traditions, edited by Henry Willett, 30-39. Montgomery, Alabama: Black Belt Press.

Cazden, Norman. 1971. A Simplified Mode Classification for Traditional Anglo-American Song Tunes. Yearbook of the International Folk Music Council 3:45-78.

Chappell, P. 1968. Music and Worship in the Anglican Church. London.

Chase, Gilbert. 1955a. America's Music: From the Pilgrims to the Present. 1st edition. New York: McGraw Hill.

Chase, Gilbert. 1955b. America's Musical History. Music Educators Journal 41(5):25ff.

Chase, Gilbert, ed. 1966. The American Composer Speaks (A Historical Anthology, 1770-1965). Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press.

Chase, Gilbert. 1977. Review of A Cultural History of the American Revolution: Painting, Music, Literature, and Theatre in the Colonies and the United States from the Treaty of Paris to the Inauguration of George Washington, 1763- 1789, by Kenneth Silverman (New York Crowell, 1976). Music Library Association Notes 33(4):817-19.

Chase, Gilbert. 1987. America's Music: From the Pilgrims to the Present. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Cheek, Curtis L. 1964. The Singing School in America: Backgrounds. The Hymn 15:5-11.

Cheek, Curtis L. 1967. The Singing School and Shape-Note Tradition: Residuals in Twentieth-Century American Hymnody. DMA dissertation, University of Southern California.

Cheney, Paul. 1879a. Biographies of Forty Tune-Book Compilers. In The American Singing Book. Boston: White, Smith and Co.

Cheney, Simeon Pease. 1879b. The American Singing Book. . Reprint. New York: Da Capo Press, 1980.

Cheney, Simeon Pease. 1879c. Brother Cheney's Collection of Old Folks' Concert Music. Boston: White, Smith and Co.

Chmaj, Betty E. 1985. Fry versus Dwight: American Music's Debate over Nationality. American Music 3(1):63-84.

Christenson, Donald Edwin. 1988. Music of the Shakers from Union Village, Ohio: A Repertory Study and Tune Index of the Manuscripts Originating in the 1840's. Ph.D. dissertation, Ohio State University.

Christmas, F. E. 1948. The Religion of Isaac Watts. British Weekly (November 25).

Chronological History. 1988. Chronological History of "The Sacred Harp". National Sacred Harp Newsletter 3(March).

Citizen of the Month. 1986a. Citizen of the Month: Milburn O. Kelley. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 1(March).

Citizen of the Month. 1986b. Citizen of the Month: Tom and Annie Harper. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 1(April).

Citizen of the Month. 1987. Citizen of the Month: Dewey President Williams. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 2(January). [Date incorrectly printed on issue as "1986"].

Citizen of the Month. 1988a. Citizen of the Month: Burl Adams. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 4(October).

Citizen of the Month. 1988b. Citizen of the Month: Curtis K. Owen. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 4(July).

Citizen of the Month. 1988c. Citizen of the Month: Ezra C. Bowen. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 4(September).

Citizen of the Month. 1988d. Citizen of the Month: Hamilton Ballinger. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 4(August).

Claghorn, Charles Eugene. 1984. Women Composers and Hymnists: A Concise Biographical Dictionary. Metuchen, New Jersey: Scarecrow Press.

Clapper, Gregory S. 1989. John Wesley on Religious Affecttions: His Views on Experience and Emotion and Their Role in the Christian Life and Theology. Metuchen: Scarecrow Press.

Clarence, D. 1958. Christmas carols of Peakland. Derbyshire Countryside 23(1):26-7.

Clark, Frances E. 1926. From Buckwheat Notes to the Symphonic Poem. Musician 31(5):16, 38.

Clarke, George Herbert. 1948. Christ and the English Poets. Queen's Quarterly 55:292-307.

Clarke, H. F. 1874. Hymns of Isaac Watts. Congregational Quarterly 16:408.

Clarkson, Atelia, and W. Lynwood Montell. 1975. Letters to a Bluegrass DJ: Social Documents of Southern White Migrants in Southeastern Michigan 1964- 1974. Southern Folklore Quarterly 39(3):219-35.

Cleveland, Catherine. 1916. The Great Revival in the West, 1797-1805. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Cobb, Buell E., Jr. 1968. The Sacred Harp of the South: A Study of Origins, Practices, and Present Implications. Louisiana Studies 7(Summer):107-21.

Cobb, Buell E., Jr. 1969. The Sacred Harp: An Overview of a Tradition. M.A. thesis, Auburn University.

Cobb, Buell E., Jr. 1974. The Sacred Harp: Rhythm and Ritual in the Southland. Virginia Quarterly Review .

Cobb, Buell E., Jr. 1977. Fasola Folk: Sacred Harp Singing in the South. Southern Exposure 5(2/3):48-53.

Cobb, Buell E., Jr. 1978. The Sacred Harp: A Tradition and its Music. Athens: University of Georgia Press.

Cobb, Buell E., Jr. 1979. Liner notes to Word of Mouth Chorus, Rivers of Delight: American Folk Hymns from the Sacred Harp Tradition. New York: Nonesuch Records, H-71360.

Cobb, Buell E., Jr. 1995. Sand Mountain's Wootten Family: Sacred Harp Singers. In In the Spirit: Alabama's Sacred Music Traditions, edited by Henry Willett, 40-49. Montgomery, Alabama: Black Belt Press.

Coelho, Dennis. 1979. Liner notes. Yonder Come Day: Note Singing and Spirituals from South Georgia. Front Porch Records 79-001.

Cogdell, Jacqueline Delores. See also: DjeDje, Cogdell Jacqueline.

Cogdell, Jacqueline Delores. 1972. An Analytical Study of the Similarities and Differences in the American Black Spiritual and Gospel Song from the South- East Region of Georgia. M.A. thesis, University of California at Los Angeles.

Colchester Institute, ed. 1997. Aspects of Georgian Psalmody: Papers from the International Conference Organised by the Colchester Institute, August, 1995. Ketton: SG Publishing/Anglia Polytechnic Institute.

Colligan, J. Hay. 1915. Eighteenth Century Nonconformity. . London.

Collins, L. M. 1945. Review of Down-East Spirituals and Others, by George Pullen Jackson (New York J. J. Augustin, 1939). Journal of American Folklore 58:262-63.

Collins, Willie. 1988. Moaning and Prayer: A Musical and Contextual Analysis of Chants to Accompany Prayer in Two Afro-American Baptist Churches in Southeast Alabama. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Californa, Los Angeles.

Collins, Willie. 1995. The Moan-and-Prayer Event in African- American Worship. In In the Spirit: Alabama's Sacred Music Traditions, edited by Henry Willett, 22-30. Montgomery, Alabama: Black Belt Press.

Colonial Dames of America. 1926-47. Church Music and Musical Life in Pennsylvania in the Eighteenth Century. Philadelphia: National Society of the Colonial Dames of America. 3 vols. in 4.

Commanger, Henry Steele. 1962. Foreward. In McGuffey's Fifth Eclectic Reader. New York: Signet Classics.

Compton, B., ed. 1995. Music for Country Choirs: A West Gallery Anthology. Huntingdon: King's Music.

Condit, Lester. 1946. Editions of Little and Smith's Easy Instructor. Papers of the Bibliographic Society of America 40:233-236.

Conkin, Paul K. 1988. The Southern Agrarians. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.

Conkin, Paul K. 1990. Cane Ridge: America's Pentecost. Madison.

Cook, Harold E. 1947. Shaker Music: A Manifestation of American Folk Culture. Ph.D. dissertation, Western Reserve University.

Cook, Harold E. 1973. Shaker Music: A Manifestation of American Folk Culture. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press.

Cook, Helen Rawson. 1941. The Bay Psalm Book and Its Setting. M.S.M. thesis, Union Theological Seminary.

Cooke, Nym. 1986. Itinerant Yankee Singing Masters in the Eighteenth Century. In Itinerancy in New England and New York. Boston: Boston University.

Cooke, Nym. 1990. American Psalmodists in Contact and Collaboration. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Michigan.

Cooke, Nym. 1991. William Billings in the District of Maine, 1780. American Music 9(2):243-59.

Coombs, R. D., and P. Coombs, ed. 1984. Journal of a Somerset Rector, 1803-1834. London: Oxford University Press.

Coomer, Duncan. 1946. English Dissent under the Early Hanovarians. London.

Cooper, Mary I. 1937. The Career of Rev. Lyman Beecher in Cincinnati. M.A. thesis, Ohio State University.

Cornett, Elwood. 1997. Old Regular Baptists. In notes to Old Regular Baptists: Lined-Out Hymnody from Southeastern Kentucky. Sung by members of the Indian Bottom Association, Old Regular Baptists, at Defeated Creek Church, Linefork, Kentucky, August 20, 1992, and June 10, 1993. Recorded by Jeff Todd Titon. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SF CD 40106.

Cornwall, N. E. 1851. Music: As It Was, and As It Is. New York: D. Appleton and Co.

Correll, Ernst. 1930. The Value of Hymns for Mennonite History. Mennonite Quarterly Review 4(July):215-19.

Cotton, John. 1647. The Singing of Psalmes a Gospel Ordinance. London.

Cousland, K. H. 1948. Significance of Isaac Watts in the Development of Hymnody. Church History 17(December):287-98.

Covey, Cyclone. 1951. Puritanism and Music in Colonial America. William and Mary Quarterly 8(3rd ser.):378-88.

Covey, Cyclone. 1958. Did Puritanism or the Frontier Cause the Decline of Colonial Music. Journal of Research in Music Education 6:68- 78.

Cowell, Sidney R. 1943. White Spirituals. Modern Music 21:10-15.

Cowell, Sidney R. 1955. The "Shaped-Note Singers" and Their Music. Score and I.M.A. Magazine 12:9-14.

Cowell, Sidney R. 1967. Early American Spirituals. American Recorder 8(1):10-11.

Cox, Norman Wade, ed. 1958. Encyclopedia of Southern Baptists. Nashville: Broadman Press.

Craig, Raymond A. 1996. Polishing God's Altar: Puritan Poetics in John Cotton's Singing of Psalms. Studies in Puritan American Spirituality 5.

Crawford, James Leroy. 1970. The Hymns in Isaiah 40-66: A Study of Their Language, Motifs, Forms, and Relation to the Psalms, and to the Context of the Prophecy. Ph.D. dissertation, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Crawford, Richard. 1965. Andrew Law and the American Musical Tradition. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Michigan.

Crawford, Richard. 1968. Andrew Law, American Psalmodist. Evanston: Northwestern University Press. Reprint. New York: Da Capo Press, 1981.

Crawford, Richard. 1969. Review of American Psalmody, by Frank J. Metcalf. Notes 26(1):42-43.

Crawford, Richard. 1971a. Connecticut Sacred Music Imprints, 1778-1810. MLA Notes 27:445-52, 671-79.

Crawford, Richard. 1971b. Some Reflections on American Song. American Music Teacher 21(2):20-23.

Crawford, Richard. 1972. Review of Jacob Edkhard's Choirmaster's Book of 1809 (Columbia University of South Carolina Press, 1971). Journal of the American Musicological Society 25(2):255-58.

Crawford, Richard. 1974. Preface. In Urania: A Choice Collection of Psalm-Tunes, Anthems, and Hymns, by J. Lyon. New York: Da Capo Press.

Crawford, Richard. 1975a. American Studies and American Musicology: A Point of View and a Case in Point. I.S.A.M. Monographs, No. 4. Brooklyn: Institute for Studies in American Music.

Crawford, Richard. 1975b. A Hardening of the Categories: "Vernacular," "Cultivated," and "Reactionary" in American Psalmody. In American Studies and American Musicology: A Point of View and a Case in Point, 16-32. Brooklyn: Institute for Studies in American Music. I.S.A.M. Monographs, No. 4.

Crawford, Richard. 1976a. American Music Around 1776. Musical Newsletter 6(2):3-8.

Crawford, Richard. 1976b. Liner notes to The Birth of Liberty: Music of the American Revolution. New World Records NW-276.

Crawford, Richard. 1976c. The Moravians and Eighteenth- Century American Musical Mainstreams. Moravian Music Foundation Bulletin 21(2):2-7.

Crawford, Richard. 1976d. Watts for Singing: Metrical Poetry in Sacred Tunebooks, 1761-1785. Early American Literature 11(Fall):139- 46.

Crawford, Richard. 1977. Review of A Bibliography of Songsters Printed in America Before 1821, by Irving Lowens. Fontes Artis Musicae 24(4):1154.

Crawford, Richard. 1978a. Liner notes to Make a Joyful Noise: Mainstreams and Backwaters of American Psalmody (1770-1840). New World Records NW-255.

Crawford, Richard. 1978b. Liner notes to Music of the Federal Era. New World Records NW-299.

Crawford, Richard. 1979. A Historian's Introduction to Early American Music. Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 89(2):261-98.

Crawford, Richard. 1980a. American Origins of American Music: Social and Religious Considerations. Annals of Scholarship: Metastudies of the Humanities and Social Sciences 1(1):73-82.

Crawford, Richard. 1980b. A Historian's Introduction to Early American Music. Worcester: American Antiquarian Society.

Crawford, Richard. 1981a. Introduction. In Hallelujah, Amen! The Story of the Handel and Haydn Society of Boston, by H. Earle Johnson. New York: Da Capo Press.

Crawford, Richard. 1981b. Review of The Music of the English Parish Church, by Nicholas Temperley. The Hymn 32(April):115-17.

Crawford, Richard. 1983. Musical Learning in Nineteenth- Century America. American Music 1(1):1-11.

Crawford, Richard. 1984a. American Music and Its Two Written Traditions. Fontes Artis Musicae 31(1):79-84.

Crawford, Richard. 1984b. The Core Repertory of Early American Psalmody. Recent Researches in American Music, Vol. 11-12. Madison, Wisconsin: A-R Editions.

Crawford, Richard. 1984c. Introduction. In A History of the Old Folks' Concerts, by Father Robert Kemp. New York: Da Capo.

Crawford, Richard. 1984d. "Much Still Remains to Be Undone": Reformers of Early American Hymnody. The Hymn 35(4):204-8.

Crawford, Richard. 1984e. Obituary for Irving Lowens. Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 94(1):40-44.

Crawford, Richard. 1985a. Massachusetts Musicians and the Core Repertory of Early American Psalmody. In Music in Colonial Massachusetts, Vol. 2: Music in Homes and Churches, edited by Barbara Lambert, 583-629. Boston: Colonial Society of Massachusetts.

Crawford, Richard. 1985b. Studying American Music. ISAM Special Publications. Brooklyn: Institute for Studies in American Music. Reprint. Institute for Studies in American Music Newsletter 14(2):1- 2, 10-13.

Crawford, Richard. 1986. On Two Traditions of Black Music Research. Black Music Research Journal :1-9.

Crawford, Richard. 1988. Review of An American Music: the Search for an American Musical Identity, by Barbara Tischler (New York Oxford University Press, 1986). 6:93-96.

Crawford, Richard. 1990a. "Ancient Music" and the Europeanizing of American Psalmody, 1800-1810. In A Celebration of American Music: Words and Music in Honor of H. Wiley Hitchcock, edited by Richard Crawford. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Crawford, Richard, ed. 1990b. A Celebration of American Music: Words and Music in Honor of H. Wiley Hitchcock. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Crawford, Richard. 1990c. H. Wiley Hitchcock and American Music. In A Celebration of American Music: Words and Music in Honor of H. Wiley Hitchcock, 3-9. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Crawford, Richard. 1993. The American Musical Landscape. Berkeley: University of California.

Crawford, Richard, and H. Wiley Hitchcock. 1961. The Papers of Andrew Law in the William L. Clements Library. Clements Library, Bulletin 68. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan.

Crawford, Richard, and D. W. Krummel. 1983. Early American Music Printing and Publishing. In Printing and Society in Early America, edited by William L. Joyce, et. al. Worcester, Massachusetts: American Antiquarian Society.

Crawford, Richard, and David P. McKay. 1973. The Performance of William Billings' Music. Journal of Research in Music Education 21(4):318-30.

Crews, Emma Katherine. 1960. Early Musical Activities in Knoxville, Tennessee, 1791-1861. East Tennessee Historical Society's Publications 32:3-17.

Crews, Emma Katherine. 1961. A History of Music in Knoxville, Tennessee: 1791-1910. Ph.D. dissertation, Florida State University.

Crews, Emma Katherine. 1962. Early Musical Activities in Knoxville, Tennessee, 1891-1910. East Tennessee Historical Society's Publications 34:58-85.

Crews, Emma Katherine. 1965. Early Musical Activities in Knoxville, Tennessee, 1891-1910. East Tennessee Historical Society's Publications 37:49-76.

Cross, Virginia Ann. 1985. The Development of Sunday School Hymnody in the United States of America, 1816-1869. D.M.A. thesis, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.

Crouse, D. L. 1972. The Work of Allen D. Carden and Associates in the Shape-Note Tune-Books, The Missouri Harmony, Western Harmony, and United States Harmony. Doctoral dissertation, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Crouse, D. L. 1980. Allen D. Carden: Early Tennessee Musician. Tennessee Historical Quarterly 39(1):11-15.

Crutchfield, Mary Elizabeth. 1946. The White Spiritual. S.M.M. thesis, Union Theological Seminary.

Cubberly, Elwood P. 1920. Contributions of Pestalozzi. In The History of Education. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Cuming, Fortescue. 1966. Sketches of a Tour to the Western Country through the States of Ohio and Kentucky. Early Western Travels, Vol. IV. New York: AMS Press.

Cunningham, Charles E. 1942. Timothy Dwight, 1752- 1817: A Biography. New York.

Curwen, John Spencer. 1875. Teacher's Manual of the Tonic Sol-Fa Method. 4th edition. London: J. Curwen and Sons.

Curwen, John Spencer. 1880-1885. Studies in Worship Music. London. 1st and 2nd series.

Cusic, Don. 1990. The Sound of Light: A History of Gospel Music. Bowling Green, Ohio: Bowling Green State University Popular Press.