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Hackett, Lucile E. 1996. Johann Conrad Beissel: Early German American Mystic and Musician. Studies in Puritan American Spirituality 5.

Hall, Bonlyn G. 1988. The American Education of Luther Whiting Mason. American Music 6(1):65-73.

Hall, Jacob H. 1914. Biography of Gospel Song and Hymn Writers. New York: Fleming H. Revell.

Hall, James William, Jr. 1968. The Tune-Book in American Culture, 1800-1822. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania.

Hall, Mrs. Samuel Carter. 1859. Residence of Isaac Watts. National Magazine 8:394.

Hall, Paul M. 1970a. The "Musical Million": A Study and Analysis of the Periodical Promoting Music Reading Through Shape-notes in North America from 1870 to 1914. Washington, D.C: P.M. Hall.

Hall, Paul M. 1970b. The "Musical Million": A Study and Analysis of the Periodical Promoting Music Reading Through Shape-Notes in North America from 1870 To 1914. Doctoral dissertation, Catholic University of America.

Hall, Paul M. 1971. The Shape-note Hymnals and Tune Books of Ruebush-Kieffer Company. The Hymn 22(3):69-76.

Hall, Roland. 1963. Some New Seventeenth Century Words and Antedatings. Notes and Queries 10:59-61.

Hall, Roger L. 1975. Shaker Hymnody: An American Communal Tradition. Journal of Church Music 17(8):2-6. Reprint. The Hymn 27/1(1976):22-29.

Hall, Thomas Cuming. 1959. The Religious Background of American Culture. New York: Frederick Ungar Publishing Company.

Hambrick-Stowe, Charles E. 1982. The Singing of Psalms. In The Practice of Piety: Puritan Devotional Discipline in Seventeenth-Century New England, 111-16. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Hamm, Charles. 1956. Folk Hymns of the Shenandoah Valley. Virginia Cavalcade 6(2):14-19.

Hamm, Charles. 1958. Patent Notes in Cincinnati. Bulletin of the Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio 16:293-310.

Hamm, Charles. 1960. The Chapins and the Sacred Music in the South and West. Journal of Research in Music Education 8:91-98.

Hamm, Charles. 1983. Music in the New World. New York: Norton.

Hammond, Paul G. 1969. A Study of The Christian Minstrel (1846) by Jesse B. Aikin. Master's thesis, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Hammond, Paul G. 1974. Music in Urban Revivalism in the Northern United States, 1800-1835. D.M.A. dissertation, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Hammond, Paul G. 1985. Jesse B. Aikin and The Christian Minstrel. American Music 3(4):442-51.

Hammond, R. Paul. 1978. The Hymnody of the Second Great Awakening. The Hymn 29:19-28.

Hampton, Barbara L. 1993. Notes to Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers, The Colored Sacred Harp. Recorded Anthology of American Music. New World Records NW 80433-2.

Hamrick, Raymond. 1986a. The Composer's Debt to Shape-Notes. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 2(November).

Hamrick, Raymond. 1986b. The Pitcher's Role in Sacred Harp Music. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 1(January).

Handy, Robert T. 1977. Crusading for an American Protestant Commonwealth (1800-60). In A History of the Churches in the United States and Canada. New York: Oxford University Press.

Handy, Robert T. 1984. A Christian America: Protestant Hopes and Historical Realities. 2nd edition. New York: Oxford University Press.

Hanson, Kenneth C. 1951. The Hymnology and the Hymnals of the Restoration Movement. B.D. thesis, Christian Theological Seminary.

Harazsti, Zoltan. 1956. The Enigma of the Bay Psalm Book. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Hardaway, Lisa Carol. 1989. Sacred Harp Traditions in Texas. M.M. thesis, Rice University.

Harding, Elizabeth. 1966. Isaac Watts and his Lyrical Hours. London Quarterly and Holborn Review 191:126-134.

Harding, Vincent. 1991. A Certain Magnificance: Lyman Beecher and the Transformation of American Protestantism, 1775-1863. Brooklyn: Carlson Publishing.

Harlan, Lowell. 1979. Theology of Eighteenth Century English Hymns. Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church 48(June):167-193.

Harley, Rachel Augusta Brett. 1972. Ananias Davisson: Southern Tune-Book Compiler. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Michigan.

Harms, John K. 1977-78. Music of the Radical Reformation. Church Music 77(No. 2, 1977):48-57, 78(No. 1, 1978):19-41.

Harper, Francis, and Delma Presley. 1981. Okefinokee Album. Athens: University of Georgia Press.

Harper, Glen. 1980. The Present State of Sacred Harp and its Tradition in Winston County of North Alabama and its Influence on Contemporary Music Education. Unpublished typescript, housed at Gorgas Library, University of Alabama.

Harris, Billie Joe. 1991. Citizen of the Month: Mrs. Berta Tant. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 7(June/July).

Harris, Clement Atrobus. 1918. The War Between the Fixed and Movable Doh. Musical Quarterly 4(2):184-195.

Harris, David G. T. 1939. Musical Education in Tudor Times. Proceedings of the Musical Association 65(April 27):109-139.

Hartford, Lincoln. 1982. A Good Tune: A Dissertation on the Phenomenon of Welsh Hymn Singing as it Demonstrates the Inherent Relationship of Worship and the Arts. Th.D. dissertation, Chicago Theological Seminary.

Hartley, Kenneth R. 1967. Bibliography of Theses and Dissertations in Sacred Music. Detroit Studies in Music Bibliography, Vol. 9. Detroit: Information Coordinators.

Hartley, Lodwick. 1949. The Worm and the Thorn: A Study of Cowper's Olney Hymns. Journal of Religion 29:220-29.

Harvey, Paul William. 1992. Southern Baptists and Southern Culture, 1865-1920. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Berkeley.

Hastings, Thomas. 1822. Dissertation on Musical Taste; or, General Principles of Taste Applied to the Art of Music. 1st edition. . Reprint. New York: Da Capo Press, 1974.

Hastings, Thomas, ed. 1824-33. Western Recorder. Utica, New York.

Hastings, Thomas. 1843. Psalm Books. New York Observer, September 30.

Hastings, Thomas. 1848. Church Music. New Englander (424-31).

Hastings, Thomas. 1849. Music in Worship. New Englander 7:357-69.

Hastings, Thomas. 1854. History of Forty Choirs. New York: Mason Brothers.

Hatch, Nathan O. 1989. The Democratization of American Christianity. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Hatchett, Marion J. 1991. Three Little-Known West Tennessee Four-Shape Shape-Note Tunebooks. The Hymn 42:10-16.

Hatchett, Marion J. 1995. Early East Tennessee Shape-Note Tunebooks. The Hymn 46(3):28-46.

Hawkins, John. 1776. General History of the Science and Practice of Music. London: Payner and Sons.

Hays, L. W. 1947. The Poetry of Isaac Watts in His Imitation of the Psalms. London Quarterly and Holborn Review 172:334-40.

Haywood, Charles. 1953. Review of Another Sheaf of White Spirituals, by George Pullen Jackson (Gainesville University of Florida Press, 1952). Journal of American Folklore 66:276-78.

Heafford, Michael. 1967. Pestalozzi: His Thought and Its Relevance Today. London: Methuen.

Heard, Priscilla S. 1975. American Music, 1698-1800: An Annotated Bibliography. Waco: Baylor University Press.

Heaton, Charles H. 1956. The Disciples of Christ and Sacred Music. S.M.D. dissertation, Union Theological Seminary.

Heber, A. 1830. The Life of Reginald Heber, Lord Bishop of Calcutta, by his Widow. London. 2 vol.

Hehr, Milton G. 1963. Musical Activities in Salem, Massachusetts: 1783-1823. Ph.D. dissertation, Boston University.

Heidorn, Lucy Marie. 1988. Citizen of the Month: Marie Creel Aldridge. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 3(January).

Heintze, James R. 1984. American Music Studies: A Classified Bibliography of Master's Theses. Detroit: Information Coordinators.

Heintze, James R. 1990. American Music Before 1865 In Print and On Records: A Biblio-Discography. Brooklyn: Institute for Studies in American Music.

Heliodore Pokorny, Mary. 1952. Lowell Mason's Contribution to the Field of Music Education in America. Master's thesis, DePaul University.

Hemenway, F. D., and Charles M. Stuart. 1891. Gospel Singers and Their Songs. New York: Hunt and Eaton.

Henry, George W. 1853. Trials and Triumphs (for half a century) in the Life of G. W. Henry. 2nd edition. New York: The Author.

Henry, Stuart C. 1973. Unvanquished Puritan: A Portrait of Lyman Beecher. Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans.

Henry, Thomas L. 1966. The Singing School at the Ephrata Cloister. Keystone Folklore Quarterly 11:203-6.

Herbert, Trevor. 1991. From "Repeat and Twiddle" to "Precision and Snap": The Musical Revolution in the Mid-Nineteenth Century. In Bands: The Brass Band Movement in the 19th and 20th Centuries, edited by Trevor Herbert. Milton Keynes, England, and Philadelphia: Open University Press.

Herman, Janet. 1992. Seekin' the Old Path and Walkin' Therein': The California Sacred Harp Singing Convention and Its Impact on Three First-Time Participants. Presented at the meetings of the American Folklore Society, Jacksonville, Florida, October 15-18.

Herman, Janet. 1997. Sacred Harp Singing in California: Genre, Performance, Feeling. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California at Los Angeles.

Herndon, Mrs. W. H. 1935. When I Survey the Wondrous Cross. Etude 53(October):613.

Herzel, Catherine, and Frank B. Herzel. 1946. To Thee We Sing. Philadelphia: Mulenberg Press.

Herzog, George. 1935. Review of White Spirituals of the Southern Uplands, by George Pullen Jackson (Chapel Hill University of North Carolina Press, 1933). Journal of American Folklore 48:394-97.

Heth, Charlotte. 1992. Cherokee Hymn Singing in Oklahoma. Festival of American Folklife :95-97.

Hickerson, Joseph C. 1979. A List of Shape-Note Hymnals Currently in Print. Washington: Library of Congress, Archive of Folk Song.

Hickman, Charles Leroy. 1950. Andrew Law: Intellectual Musician. M.S.M thesis, Union Theological Seminary.

Hicks, Roger Wayne. 1997. The First Southern Methodist Hymn Book. The Hymn 48(4):32-35.

Higgins, H. 1903. Dr. Isaac Watts. Sunday Magazine (London) 34:438.

Higginson, J. Vincent. 1967. Notes on Lowell Mason's Hymn Tunes. The Hymn 18(2):37-42.

Higginson, J. Vincent. 1969. Issac B. Woodbury (1819-1858). The Hymn 20:74-80.

Hightower, Raymond Lee. 1934. Joshua L. Wilson, Frontier Controversialist. Chicago: University of Chicago Libraries.

Hill, Double E. 1963. A Study of Tastes in American Church Music as Reflected in the Music of the Methodist Episcopal Church to 1900. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Illinois.

Hillinger, Charles. 1989. Four Tones of Traditional Song. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 4(February). From the Los Angeles Times, December 25, 1988.

Hinton, Sam. 1973. The Shape-Note Hymns: An American Choral Tradition. Choral Journal 13(5):7-11.

History of Baptists in Georgia. 1881. History of the Baptist Denomination in Georgia. Atlanta.

Hitchcock, A. P. 1882. Hymns and Hymn-Tinkers. Atlantic Monthly 49:336-46.

Hitchcock, H. Wiley. 1966. William Billings and the Yankee Tunesmiths. Hi-Fi/Stereo Review 16(February):55-65.

Hitchcock, H. Wiley. 1969. Music in the United States: a Historical Introduction. Prentice-Hall History of Music. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall.

Hitchcock, H. Wiley. 1974. Music in the United States: a Historical Introduction. 2nd Edition edition. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall.

Hitchcock, H. Wiley. 1975. Sources for the Study of American Music. American Studes International 14(2):3-9.

Hitchcock, H. Wiley, panel chairman. 1981. Recent Research on American Musical Traditions. In IMS Report, Berkeley 1977, 353-82. Kassel: Barenreiter.

Hitchcock, H. Wiley. n.d. Nationalism and Anti-nationalism in American Music Histories. In Papers of the Yugoslav-American Seminar on Music, 199-208.

Hitchcock, H. Wiley, and Stanley Sadie, ed. 1986. The New Grove Dictionary of American Music. New York: Grove's Dictionaries of Music.

Hixon, Donald L. 1970. Music in Early America: A Bibliography of Music in Evans. Metuchen, New Jersey.

Hoagland, C. C. 1990. The Alto in Sacred Harp (Response to John Quincy Wolf). National Sacred Harp Newsletter 5(March).

Hobbs, John Marion. 1955. Development of Singing Schools. Master's thesis, Northeast Missouri State University.

Hobsbawm, E. J. 1965. Primitive Rebels: Studies in Archaic Forms of Social Movement in the 19th and 20th Centuries. New York: Praeger.

Hoffman, Elizabeth. 1992. Full, Conscious and Active Singing. Liturgy 90 (October):8-9. Issued by the Office of Divine Worship, Archdiocese of Chicago.

Holcombe, Hosea. 1840. A History of the Rise and Progress of the Baptists in Alabama. Philadelphia.

Holifield, E. Brooks. 1978. The Gentlemen Theologians: American Theology in Southern Culture, 1795-1860. Durham: Duke University Press.

Holland, Harold E. 1979. The Hymnody of the Churches of Christ. The Hymn 30:263-268.

Hollander, Goldye. 1941. The Life and Works of Dr. Lowell Mason, the Father of Public School Music. M.S. thesis, Texas A & I University.

Holman, Peter. 1996. Psalmody and "Psalmody". Early Music Review 25(November):6-7.

Homage to Watts. 1927. Homage to Dr. Watts. The Nation 124:280.

Hood, Edwin Paxton. 1875. Isaac Watts: His Life and Writings, His Homes and Friends. London: Religious Tract Society.

Hood, George. 1846. A History of Music in New England: with Biographical Sketches of Reformers and Psalmists. Boston: Gould and Lincoln.

Hooper, William Lloyd. 1963. Church Music in Transition. Nashville: Broadman Press.

Hooper, William Lloyd. 1964. Hymn Singing Comes to the New World: The Story of Baptist Hymnody in Colonial America. Church Musician 15(3):10-12.

Hope, Evelyn P. 1848. Isaac Watts. Fortnightly 170(December 1):405-6. (Alternative reference: Fortnightly 164:400-406).

Hope, Norman Victor. 1947. Issac Watts and his Contribution to English Hymnody. In Papers of the Hymn Society of America, Vol. 8. N.Y.: Hymn Society of America.

Horder, W. Garrett. 1890. The Hymn Lover: An Account of the Rise and Growth of English Hymnody. London: J. Curwen and Sons.

Horn, Dorothy D. 1941. Shape-Note Hymnals and the Art-Music of Early America. Southern Folklore Quarterly 5(4):251-56.

Horn, Dorothy D. 1942. Shape-Note Hymnals and the Art Music of Early America. Master's thesis, Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester.

Horn, Dorothy D. 1945. Dyadic Harmony in the Sacred Harp. Southern Folklore Quarterly 9:209-12.

Horn, Dorothy D. 1953. A Study of the Folk-Hymns of Southeastern America. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Rochester.

Horn, Dorothy D. 1954. The Four Syllable System of Solmization. Southern Folklore Quarterly 18:135-38.

Horn, Dorothy D. 1956. Folk-Hymn Texts in Three 'Old Harp' Books. Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin 22(4):91-97.

Horn, Dorothy D. 1958. Quartal Harmony in the Pentatonic Folk Hymns of the Sacred Harp. Journal of American Folklore 71:564-581. Reprint. Sing to Me of Heaven, Chap. 8.

Horn, Dorothy D. 1960. Tune Detecting in 19th Century Hymnals. Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin 26(4):99-109.

Horn, Dorothy D. 1962. Music Our Ancestors Sang. Church Musician 13(12):12-14.

Horn, Dorothy D. 1964. English Sources of American Folk Hymns: Additions to the Jackson Lists. Southern Folklore Quarterly 28:222-27.

Horn, Dorothy D. 1970. Sing To Me Of Heaven: A Study of Folk and Early American Materials in Three Old Harp Books. Gainesville: University of Florida Press.

Horn, Dorothy D. 1976. Sacred Music of the Singing Schools. Church Music 1:11-15.

Horn, Dorothy D. 1978. Introduction I: The New Harp of Columbia and Its Music in Singing School Tradition. In The New Harp of Columbia, edited by M. L. Swan. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.

Horn, Dorothy D. 1979. Jackson's White and Negro Spirituals: Thirty Years Later. Paper presented at the Symposium on Rural Hymnody, Berea College, Berea, Kentucky, April 27-29.

Horsley, A. Doyne. 1979. The Spatial Impact of White Gospel Quartets in the U.S. JEMF Quarterly (John Edwards Memorial Foundation) (Summer):91-98.

Hostetler, Lester. 1949. Handbook to the Mennonite Hymnary. Newton, Kansas.

House, Myron. 1987. Harmony, Harmony, Harmony (Tunebooks with "Harmony" in Title). National Sacred Harp Newsletter 2(January). [Date incorrectly printed in issue as "1986"].

House, Myron. 1988. The Use of The Sacred Harp at Bethesda Church, Carroll, County, Georgia, at the Time of the Civil War. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 3(April).

Howard, John Tasker. 1946. Our American Music: Three Hundred Years of It. 3rd edition. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Co.

Howe, Mabel Almy. 1917. Music Publishers in New York City before 1850. New York: New York Public Library.

Hoyles, John. 1971. The Waning of the Renaissance, 1640-1740: Studies in the Thought and Poetry of Henry More, John Norris, and Isaac Watts. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff.

Hubbard, Charles M. 1949. Early New England Psalmody and Its Effect on the Works of William Billings. M.A. thesis, Boston University.

Hubbard, W. L. 1908. American History and Encyclopedia of Music. History of American Music, Vol. 8. New York: Irving Squire.

Hudson, Arthur Palmer. 1945. Review of White and Negro Spirituals: Their Life Span and Kinship, by George Pullen Jackson (New York J. J. Augustin, 1943). Journal of American Folklore 58:59-62.

Hudson, Winthrop S. 1953. The Great Tradition of the American Churches. New York: Harper and Brothers.

Hudson, Winthrop S. 1961. American Protestantism. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Hudson, Winthrop S. 1981. Religion in America. N.Y.: Charles Scribner's Sons.

Hughes, Rupert. 1900. American Composers. Boston: The Page Co. Revised in 1914 by Authur Elson.

Hulan, Richard H. 1971. "Our Creed in Metre": The Hymnology of the Restoration Movement to 1835. Master's thesis, Vanderbilt University.

Hulan, Richard H. 1974. John Adam Granade: Wild Man of Goose Creek. Western Folklore 33:77-87.

Hulan, Richard H. 1979a. Camp-Meeting Spiritual Folksongs: Legacy of the "Great Revival in the West". Ph.D. dissertation, University of Texas at Austin.

Hulan, Richard H. 1979b. Wyeth's Wellsprings. 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.

Hulan, Richard H. 1984. The American Revolution in Hymnody. Hymn 35(4):199-203.

Huntington, Peletiah W. 1905. Old-Time Music of Columbus, Ohio. Old Northwest Genealogical Quarterly 8:136-40.

Hustvedt, S. B. 1945. Review of White and Negro Spirituals: Their Life Span and Kinship, by George Pullen Jackson (New York J. J. Augustin, 1943). California Folklore Quarterly 4:435-36.

Hutchings, A. 1967. Church Music in the Nineteenth Century. London.

Hymn Society of America. 1991. An Interview with Hugh T. McElrath. The Hymn 42:10-13.

Hymns of Isaac Watts. 1833. Hymns of Isaac Watts. Western Monthly Review 1:95.