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Fairchild, Hoxie Neale. 1939. Protestantism and the Cult of Sentiment. Religious Trends in English Poetry, Vol. 1 (1700-1740). New York: Columbia University Press.

Fairchild, J. H. 1894. Early Congregationalism on the Western Reserve. Papers of the Ohio Church History Society 5:1-27.

Farlee, Lloyd. 1970. Hymn-Singing at Amana. The Hymn 21(2):46-50, 56.

Farnsworth, Charles H. 1913. Music in Education. In A Cyclopedia of Education, Vol. 4, edited by Paul Monroe. New York: Macmillan Co.

Farwell, Arthur, and W. Dermont Darby. 1915. Music in America. The Art of Music, Vol. 4. New York: National Society of Music.

Fay, P. J. 1928. Unsung Singer of Education. School and Society 28(August 25):217-24.

Felde, Marcus Paul Bach. 1989. Local Theologies--Licence to Sing. The Hymn 40:15-20.

Fertig, Walter L. 1952. John Sullivan Dwight: Transcendentalist and Literary Amateur of Music. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Maryland.

Figures, J. D. 1957. Isaac Watts and His Position in the Eighteenth Century. Congregational Quarterly 35:341-56.

Fillmore, A. D. 1844. New System of Music. Orthodox Preacher 2(October):236-37.

Finley, James B. 1857. Autobiography of Rev. James B. Finley; or, Pioneer Life in the West. Cincinnati: Methodist Book Concern.

Finney, Charles Grandison. 1960. Lectures on Revivals of Religion. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Finney, T. M. 1966. The Third Edition of Tufts' "Introduction to the Art of Singing Psalm-Tunes". Journal of Research in Music Education 14:163-70.

Fisher, William Arms. 1918. Notes on Music in Old Boston. Boxton: Oliver Ditson Company.

Fisher, William Arms. 1930. Ye Olde New England Psalm Tunes: 1620-1820. Boston: Oliver Ditson Co.

Fisher, William Arms. 1933. One Hundred and Fifty Years of Music Publishing in the United States: An Historical Sketch with Special Reference to Pioneer Publisher, Oliver Ditson Company, Inc., 1783-1933. Boston: Oliver Ditson Co.

Fitch, Alger M., Jr. 1965. Alexander Campbell and the Hymnbook. The Christian Standard C(26-44):various pages. A study of eighteen parts appearing in Volume C.

Fitzwater, A. J. 1947. A Brief History of the Musical Movement or Stream, which was started in Mountain Valley (now Singer's Glen, Virginia) in the Early Part of the Nineteenth Century by Joseph Funk. Broadway, Virginia.

Flanigan, Alexander. 1948. He Made David Speak Anew. British Weekly (March 25).

Fleming, J. L. 1972. James D. Vaughan, Music Publisher, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, 1912-1964. Doctoral dissertation, Union Theological Seminary.

Fletcher, William Harold. 1988. Amos Sutton Hayden: Symbol of a Movement. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Oklahoma.

Flew, Robert Newton. 1953. The Hymns of Charles Wesley: A Study of Their Structure. London: Epworth Press.

Flint, Timothy. n.d. Recollections of the Last Ten Years. .

Flory, John S. 1908. Literary Activity of the German Baptist Brethren in the Eighteenth Century. Elgin, Illinois: Brethren Publishing House.

Flueckiger, Samuel L. 1936. Why Lowell Mason Left the Boston Schools. Music Educators Journal 22(4):20-23.

Flynt, Wayne. 1989. Poor but Proud: Alabama's Poor Whites. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.

Folsom, James K. 1965. Timothy Flint. New York: Twayne Publications.

Foote, Henry Wilder. 1917. The Anonymous Hymns of Samuel Longfellow. Harvard Theological Review 10:362-68.

Foote, Henry Wilder. 1939. Musical Life in Boston in the Eighteenth Century. Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society .

Foote, Henry Wilder. 1940a. The Bay Psalm Book and Harvard Hymnody. Harvard Theological Review 33:225-37.

Foote, Henry Wilder. 1940b. The Controversy over the Practice of "Lining-Out" the Psalms. In Three Centuries of American Hymnody, 373-81. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. Reprint. New York: Archon, 1968.

Foote, Henry Wilder. 1940c. Three Centuries of American Hymnody. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. Reprint. New York: Archon, 1968.

Foote, J. P. 1855. The Schools of Cincinnati and Its Vicinity. Cincinnati.

Foster, Charles I. 1960. An Errand of Mercy: The Evangelical United Front, 1790-1837. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Foster, Myles Birkett. 1970. Anthems and Anthem Composers. New York: Da Capo.

Fountain, David. 1974. Isaac Watts Remembered. Sussex: Henry E. Walter, Ltd.

Fouts, G. E. 1968. Music Instruction in America to around 1830, as Suggested by the Hartzler Collection of Early Protestant American Tune Books. Doctoral dissertation, University of Iowa.

Fox, Adam. 1947. English Hymns and Hymn Writers. London.

Frank, Leonie C. 1932. Musical Life in Early Cincinnati. Cincinnati: The Author.

Fraser, James W. 1985. Pedagogue for God's Kingdom: Lyman Beecher and the Second Great Awakening. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America.

Frere, W. H. 1927. Song-School. In Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians, edited by H. C. Colles. New York: The Macmillan Company.

Friedmann, Robert. 1942. The Devotional Literature of the Swiss Brethren. Mennonite Quarterly Review 16(4):199-220.

Frost, Maurice. 1944. John Wesley's Hymn Tunes. Bulletin of the Hymn Society of Great Britain and Ireland 1:5-7.

Frost, Maurice, ed. 1953. English and Scottish Psalm and Hymn Tunes, c. 1543-1677. London.

Frost, Maurice. 1957-58. The Tunes Associated with Hymn Singing in the Lifetime of the Wesleys. Bulletin of the Hymn Society of Great Britain and Ireland 4:118-26.

Fry, B. St. James. 1859. The Early Camp-Meeting Song Writers. Methodist Quarterly Review 41:401-13.

Fulling, Katherine Painter. 1939. Singers of the Soil: Including the Fascinating Story of "Buckwheat" or "Shaped" Notes. The Etude 57(August):501-502.

Fussell, Fred C. 1995. Convention Gospel Singing in Alabama. In In the Spirit: Alabama's Sacred Music Traditions, edited by Henry Willett, 85-88. Montgomery, Alabama: Black Belt Press.