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Kaatrud, Paul Gaaarder. 1977. Revivalism and the Popular Spiritual Song in Mid-Nineteenth Century America: 1830-1870. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Minnesota.

Kadel, Lois. 1946. A Survey of American Hymnody during the First Half of the Nineteenth Century. S.M.M. thesis, Union Theological Seminary.

Kaufman, Helen L. 1937. From Jehovah to Jazz: Music in America from Psalmody to the Present Day. New York: Dodd, Mead and Co.

Kaufmann, Helen S. 1963. John Cole's "Rudiments of Music": Performance Practice in Early American Church Music. American Choral Review 5(3):1-7. Reprinted in 18/4(1976):50-65.

Keck, Wendell M. 1941. Cowper's Olney Hymns: A Theological Study. Ph.D. dissertation, Stanford University.

Kellen, Erin. 1995. Margie Sullivan: Mother of Bluegrass Gospel. In In the Spirit: Alabama's Sacred Music Traditions, edited by Henry Willett, 111-115. Montgomery, Alabama: Black Belt Press.

Keller, Charles Roy. 1942. The Second Great Awakening in Connecticut. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Keller, Kate Van Winkle, and Carolyn Rabson. 1979. The National Tune Index. New York: University Music Editions.

Kelton, Mai Hogan. 1985. Analysis of the Music Curriculum of Sacred Harp (American Tune-Book, 1971 Edition) and its Continuing Tradition. Ed.D. dissertation, University of Alabama.

Kelton, Mai Hogan. 1986. Living Teacher-Composers of the Sacred Harp. Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin 51:137-43.

Kelynack, W. S. 1953. John Wesley's Six Formative Years. The Hymn 4(2):37-43, 51.

Kemp, Father Robert. 1868. A History of the Old Folks' Concerts. Boston: The Author. Reprint. New York: Da Capo Press, 1984.

Kennedy, Philip H. 1969. One Half Century of the Christian Harmony and Harmony, North Carolina, Camp Hill Sings. Paper presented at the meetings of the American Folklore Society, Atlanta, 1969.

Kettering, Eunice Lea. 1933. Sacred Folk Songs of the Southern Appalachians. M.S.M. thesis, Union Theological Seminary.

Khron, Ernst C. 1949. The Missouri Harmony: A Study in Early American Psalmody. Missouri Historical Society Bulletin 6(October):25-33.

Kidson, Frank. 1916. The Collector on Folk Hymns and Tunes. The Choir (London) 3:171-4.

Kidson, Frank. 1918. John Playford, and 17th-Century Music Publishing. Musical Quarterly 4(October):516-34.

Killip, I. M. 1971. Early Methodist Chapels. Journal of the Manx Museum 7:87.

Kimbrough, S. T., Jr., ed. 1992. Charles Wesley: Poet and Theologian. Nashville: Kingswood Books.

Kimzey, Anne H. F. 1995. The Deasons: A Christian Harmony Family. In In the Spirit: Alabama's Sacred Music Traditions, edited by Henry Willett, 56-61. Montgomery, Alabama: Black Belt Press.

King, Carl Darlington. 1965. Charles Faulkner Bryan: Tennessee Educator and Musician. M.S. thesis, University of Tennessee.

Kingman, Daniel. 1979a. Native Religious Music During and After the Time of Expansion. In American Music: A Panorama, 148-77. New York: Schirmer.

Kingman, Daniel. 1979b. Religious Music of Early America. In American Music: A Panorama, 121-47. New York: Schirmer.

Kinscella, Hazel Gertrude. 1940. History Sings: Backgrounds of American Music. Lincoln, Nebraska: University Publishing Co.

Kinscella, Hazel Gertrude. 1941. Music in Colonial Philadelphia: 1664-1776. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Washington.

Kirby, Linnie Sue. 1955. The Influence of John Calvin and His Circle on Present-Day Hymnody. M.S.M. thesis, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Kirby, Rich. 1976. And We'll All Sing Together. Southern Exposure 4(3):4-9. Reprint. Samuel S. Hill, Jr., ed., On Jordan's Stormy Banks: Religion in the South (Macon, Georgia: Mercer University Press), 61-67.

Kirkpatrick, John E. 1911. Timothy Flint: Pioneer Missionary, Author, Editor 1780-1840. Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark. Reprint. New York: B. Franklin, 1968.

Kissack, R. 1994. The Contributions of Methodism to the Isle of Man. Isle of Man: Kissack.

Klocko, D. G. 1978. Jeremiah Ingalls' The Christian Harmony, or Songster's Companion. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Michigan.

Knappen, M. M. 1939. Tudor Puritanism. Chicago.

Knight, Ellen. 1993. Music in Winchester, Massachusetts: A Community Portrait, 1830-1925. American Music 11(3):263-282.

Knights, E. S. 1934. West Gallery Choirs. Essex Review 43:144-9.

Knorr, James W. 1972. Name Fourteen New England Composers of Well-Known Christmas Carols and Tell Something about Each. Yankee 36(12):204-6, 209-10.

Kouwenhoven, John Atlee. 1933. Some Unfamiliar Aspects of Singing in New England. New England Quarterly 6(September):567-88.

Kraege, Elfrieda A. 1980. The Masons and the Beechers: Their Crusade for Congregational Singing in America. The Tracker 25(1):101-8.

Krehbiel, Henry E. 1883. An Early Period in the Musical History of Cincinnati. American Art Journal 40:1-2.

Krehbiel, Henry E. 1903-4. Church Music in New York: Some Phases in Its Development. Church Music Review 3:329ff.

Kring, Hilda Adam. 1969. The Hymns of the Harmonists. Paper presented at the meetings of the American Folklore Society, Atlanta, 1969.

Kroeger, Karl. 1976a. Isaiah Thomas as a Music Publisher. Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 86(October):321-41.

Kroeger, Karl. 1976b. The Worcester Collection of Sacred Harmony and Sacred Music in America, 1786-1803. Ph.D. dissertation, Brown University.

Kroeger, Karl. 1981. A Yankee Tunebook from the Old South: Amos Pilsbury's The United States Sacred Harmony. The Hymn 32:154-162.

Kroeger, Karl. 1982. William Billings's Music in Manuscript Copy and Some Notes on Variant Versions of His Pieces. Notes 39:316-45.

Kroeger, Karl. 1986a. A Core Repertory of American Moravian Hymn-Tunes. Moravian Music Journal 31(1):2-8.

Kroeger, Karl. 1986b. Review of The Core Repertory of Early American Psalmody, by Richard Crawford. Notes 42(3):636-8.

Kroeger, Karl. 1986c. Dynamics in Early American Psalmody. College Music Symposium 26:97-105.

Kroeger, Karl. 1986d. Slur and Tie in Anglo-American Psalmody. American Choral Review 28(2):17-29.

Kroeger, Karl. 1986e. William Billings and the Hymn-Tune. The Hymn 37(3):19-26.

Kroeger, Karl. 1987. A Discography of William Billings' Music. Sonneck Society Bulletin for American Music 13(2):51-3.

Kroeger, Karl. 1988a. Errors in the Facsimile Edition of William Billings' The Continental Harmony. Sonneck Society Bulletin for American Music 14(3):126-8.

Kroeger, Karl. 1988b. Word Painting in the Music of William Billings. American Music 6(1):41-64.

Kroeger, Karl. 1990. Settings of Isaac Watts's Psalm 50 by American Composers. The Hymn 41(1):19-26.

Kroeger, Karl. 1994. American Fuguing Tunes, 1770-1820: A Descriptive Catalog. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.

Krohn, Ernst C. 1924. A Century of Missouri Music. St. Louis: Privately published.

Krohn, Ernst C. 1949. The Missouri Harmony: A Study in Early American Psalmody. Bulletin of the Missouri Historical Society 6:25-33.

Krohn, Ernst C. 1950. A Check List of Editions of The Missouri Harmony. Missouri Historical Society Bulletin 6(April):398-99.

Krohn, Ernst C. 1971. Missouri Music. New York: Da Capo.

Krohn, Ernst C. 1972. Music Publishing in the Middle Western States Before the Civil War. Detroit: Information Coordinators.

Krouse, Elizabeth Alma. 1990. The Treatment of Death in Selected Nineteenth Century Hymnals and Tunebooks from 1835 to 1870. D.M.A. thesis, University of Missouri at Kansas City.

Krummel, Donald W. 1958. Philadelphia Music Engraving and Publishing, 1800-1820: A Study in Bibliography and Cultural History. Unpublished dissertation, University of Michigan.

Krummel, Donald W. 1975. English Music Printing, 1553-1700. London.

Käbler, G F. 1826. Anleitung zum Gesang-Unterrichte in Schulen. Stuttgart.

Kyme, George H. 1960. An Experiment in Teaching Children to Read Music with Shape Notes. Journal of Research in Music Education 8:3-8.