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Gabriel, Ralph H. 1950. Evangelical Religion and Popular Romanticism in Early Nineteenth-Century America. Church History 19:34-47.

Galpin, F. W. 1893. The Village Church Band: An Interesting Survival. Musical News 5:31-2, 56-8.

Galpin, F. W. 1905. Notes on the Old Church Bands and Village Choirs of the Past Century. Proceedings of the D.N.M.A.S. :172-81. Reprint:.The Antiquary 42(1906):101-6.

Gammon, Vic. 1976. Michael Turner: A Nineteenth Century Sussex Fiddler. Traditional Music 4:14-22.

Gammon, Vic. 1977. Parochial Music in Sussex: A Study in Social and Cultural Conflict. M.A. thesis, University of Sussex.

Gammon, Vic. 1981. "Babylonian Performances": The Rise and Suppression of Popular Church Music 1670-1860. In Popular Culture and Class Conflict: Essays in the History of Labor, edited by E. and S. Yeo, 62-88. Brighton, England: Harvester Press.

Gammon, Vic. 1985. Popular Music in Rural Society: Sussex 1815-1914. Ph.D. thesis, University of Sussex.

Gammon, Vic. 1988a. Singing and Popular Funeral Practices. Folk Music Journal 5(4).

Gammon, Vic. 1988b. Singing and Popular Funeral Practices in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Folk Music Journal 5:412-47.

Gantt, Jack. 1965. The Eighteenth Century Singing School and Its Effect on the Development of American Church Music. Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, M.C.M. thesis.

Garber, Susan L. 1987. The Sacred Harp Revival in New England: Its Singers and Its Singings. M.A. thesis, Wesleyan University.

Gardner, Joseph H. 1986. Brightening the Domestic Corner: The Hymn Story as Cautionary Tale. Studies in Popular Culture 9:11-22.

Garrett, Allen McCain. 1949. William Billings and the Fuguing Tune. M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Garrett, Allen McCain. 1952a. Performance Practices in the Music of William Billings. Journal of the American Musicological Society 5(2):147.

Garrett, Allen McCain. 1952b. The Works of William Billings. Ph.D. dissertation, University of North Carolina.

Garrison, W. E. 1943. Good Old Isaac Watts. Christian Century 60(April 28):517-18.

Garst, John F. 1980. "Poor Wayfaring Stranger"--Early Publications. The Hymn 31(2):97-101.

Garst, John F. 1986. Mutual Reinforcement and the Origins of Spirituals. American Music 4(4):390-406.

Gary, C. L. 1951. A History of Music Education in the Cincinnati Public Schools. Ed.D. dissertation, University of Cincinnati.

Gaucher, Valmore X. n.d. Short-Title Bibliography of American Psalmody. Unpublished card bibliography of the American Antiquarian Society.

Gaustad, Edwin Scott. 1957. The Great Awakening in New England. New York.

Gaustad, Edwin Scott. 1962. Historical Atlas of Religion in America. New York.

Geil, Wilma Jean. 1967. Christian Harmony Singing in the Ozarks. M.M. thesis, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Gelineau, Joseph. 1964. Voices and Instruments in Christian Worship. Translated by Clifford Howell. Collegeville, Minnesota.

Gentry, Theodore L. 1993. The Origins of Evangelical Pianism. American Music 11(1):90-111.

Genuchi, Marvin C. 1964. The Life and Music of Jacob French. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Iowa.

Georgia State Convention. 1988. Georgia State Convention Officers. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 4(June).

Gerson, Robert A. 1940b. Music in Philadelphia. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania.

Gerson, Robert A. 1940a. Music in Philadelphia. Philadelphia: Theodore Presser Co.

Gewehr, W. M. 1930. The Great Awakening in Virginia, 1740-1790. Durham, North Carolina.

Gilchrist, Anne G. 1928. The Folk Element in Early Revival Hymns and Tunes. Journal of the Folk-Song Society 8(December):61-95.

Gilfillan, John Alex. 1939. Singing-Schools in America. Master of Music Education thesis, Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester.

Gill, Frederick. 1937. The Romantic Movement and Methodism: A Study of English Romanticism and the Evangelical Revival. London: Epworth Press.

Gill, Frederick. 1964. Charles Wesley: The First Methodist. New York: Abingdon Press.

Gill, T. H. 1874. Isaac Watts. Congregationalist 3:422.

Gill, T. H. 1876. Isaac Watts' Treatment of the Psalms. Congregationalist 5:424.

Gill, T. H. 1878. Isaac Watts and Charles Wesley. Congregationalist 7:129.

Gillman, Frederick John. 1921. The Story of Our Hymns. London: Swarthmore Press.

Gillman, Frederick John. 1927. The Evolution of the English Hymn: An Historical Survey of the Origins and Development of the Hymns of the Christian Church. London: George Allen and Unwin.

Gilman, Samuel. 1984. Memoirs of a New England Village Choir. New York: Da Capo Press. Orig. 1829.

Gilson, F. Howard. 1885. Music Typography and Specimens of Music Types. Boston: F. H. Gilson.

Gilson, F. Howard. 1889. The History of Shaped or Character Notes: With Specimens. Boston: F. H. Gilson.

Gilson, F. Howard. 1897. Music-Book Printing with Specimens. Boston: F. H. Gilson Co.

Gladding, Bessie A. 1929. Music As a Social Force During the English Commonwealth and Restoration. Musical Quarterly 15(October):506-521.

Gleason, Harold. 1955. American Music from 1620-1920. Music Literature Outlines, Series III. Rochester, New York: Levis Music Stores.

Goen, C. C. 1962. Revivalism and Separatism in New England, 1740-1800: Strict Congregationalists and Separate Baptists in the Great Awakening. Yale Publications in Religion, No. 2. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Goetz, Richard F. 1991. The Theology of Man in the Hymns of Isaac Watts. M.A. theis, Wheaton College.

Gold, Charles Edward. 1953. A Study of the Gospel Song. M.M. thesis, University of Southern California.

Good, Marian Bigler. 1932. Some Musical Backgrounds of Pennsylvania. Patton, Pennsylvania: The Author.

Goodell, Abner C. 1886. The Progress of Sacred Music in New England from Its Earliest Settlement to the Beginning of the Present Century. Proceedings of the Essex Institute 5:188-90.

Gordon, Larry. 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.

Gore, Daniel. 1993. The Shape-Note Tradition in Bluegrass Song. Bluegrass Unlimited (April):42-44.

Gould, Nathaniel. 1853. Church Music in America. Comprising its history and its peculiarities at different periods, with cursory remarks on its legitimate use and its abuse. Boston: A. N. Johnson.

Graham, Fred Kimball. 1991. 'With One Heart and One Voice': A Core Repertory of Hymn Tunes Published for Use in the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States, 1808-1878. Ph.D. dissertation, Drew University.

Graham, John R. 1971. Early Twentieth-Century Singing Schools in Kentucky Appalachia. Journal of Research in Music Education 19:77-84.

Grannis, Lewis C. 1935. Connecticut Composers. New Haven: Connecticut State Federation of Music Clubs.

Grashel, J. W. 1981. The Gamut and Solmization in Early British and American Texts. Journal of Research in Music Education 29(1):63-70.

Gray, Arlene. 1941. Lowell Mason's Contributions to American Church Music. Master's thesis, Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester.

Gray, Charles E. 1965. A Survey of Early American Hymnals from 1762 to c. 1862. Master's thesis, Baylor University.

Green, Archie. 1971. Hear These Beautiful Sacred Selections. In 1970 Yearbook of the International Folk Music Council, edited by Alexander L. Ringer, 28-50. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Green, F. M. 1886. The Life and Character of A. S. Hayden. The Disciple 3(April):386-403.

Green, Janet M. 1908. Musical Biographies. In American History and Encyclopedia of Music, edited by W. L. Hubbard. New York: Irving Squire.

Green, Leola, Eldora, Genora, Lois, Nathan, and Bennett. 1988. Citizen of the Month: William Lawrence Green. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 3(February).

Green, Richard. 1896. The Works of John and Charles Wesley: A Bibliography. London: Methodist Conference Office.

Gregory, W. L. 1958. Charles Wesley's Hymns and Poems. London Quarterly and Holborn Review :253-62.

Grieser, Dale Jonathan. 1993. Seducers of the Simple Folk: The Polemical War Against Anabaptism (1525-1540). Th.D. dissertation, Harvard University.

Griffin, Clifford S. 1960. Their Brothers' Keepers: Moral Stewardship in the United States, 1800-1865. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.

Grossman, F. Karl. 1972. A History of Music in Cleveland. Cleveland: Case Western Reserve University.

Gruman, Eleanor Weeks. 1951. Kentucky Mountain Hymn Tunes. Master's thesis, Union Theological Seminary.

Guido of Arezzo. 1950. Epistola de ignoto cantu. In Source Readings in Music History, edited by Oliver Strunk, 121-25. New York: W. W. Norton. Orig. ca. 1030.

Gunn, Glenn D. 1943. Yuletide Songs of the Pioneers. National Magazine 77:13-15.

Gutknecht, Dieter. 1972. Untersuchungen zur Melodik des Hugenottenpsalters. Regensburg: G. Bosse.