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Packer, Mina Belle. 1955. A Brief Survey of Sacred Music in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Past and Present. S.M.M. thesis, Union Theological Seminary.

Page, James P. 1987. Sacred Harp Discography. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 2(March).

Page, James P. 1989. Thomas Commuck and His Indian Melodies: Wisconsin's Shape-Note Tunebook. Madison, Wisconsin: The Author.

Palmer, F. 1919. Isaac Watts. Harvard Theological Review 12:371-403.

Parker, Nora. 1986a. Lindsey and Bessie Crider. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 2(December).

Parker, Nora. 1986b. Luther Parker. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 2(September).

Parker, Nora. 1986c. Mamie (Reid) Creel. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 1(May).

Parker, Nora. 1987a. Mae Seymour. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 3(July).

Parker, Nora. 1987b. Preston and Aver Crider. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 2(May).

Parker, Nora. 1991. Walter A. Parker. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 7(June/July).

Parker, Walter A. 1986d. Walter A. Parker. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 1(January).

Parker, Walter A. 1989. Notes From Our General Secretary. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 4(March). Reprinted from April, 1968.

Parkes, H. B. 1930. New England in the Seventeen Thirties. New England Quarterly 3:409-13.

Parkman, F. 1834. Isaac Watts. Christian Examiner 18:327.

Parks, Edna D. 1966. The Hymns and Hymn Tunes Found in the English Metrical Psalters. Boston: Coleman-Ross.

Parks, Edna D. 1972. Early English Hymns: An Index. Metuchen, New Jersey: Scarecrow.

Parks, Robert. 1976. Textual Sources in Tunebooks Published in Exeter, New Hampshire, 1800-1810. Unpublished paper, University of Michigan.

Parry, K. L. 1948. Isaac Watts: Hymn-Writer and Divine. The Listener (December 2).

Patrick, Millar. 1948. Isaac Watts: Creator of the Modern English Hymn. The Scotsman (November 20).

Patterson, Beverly B. See also: Boggs, Beverly. .

Patterson, Beverly B. 1988a. Finding a Home in the Church: Primitive Baptist Women. In Diversities of Gifts: Field Studies in Southern Religion, edited by Ruel W. Tyson, Jr., James L. Peacock, and Daniel W. Patterson. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Patterson, Beverly B. 1989a. Psalms, Hymns, and Gospel Songs: Changes in Primitive Baptist Singing. Presented at the meetings of the American Folklore Society, Philadelphia.

Patterson, Beverly B. 1989b. Sound of the Dove: An Ethnography of Singing in the Primitive Baptist Churches. Ph.D. thesis, University of North Carolina.

Patterson, Beverly B. 1995. The Sound of the Dove: Singing in Appalachian Primitive Baptist Churches. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Patterson, Daniel W. 1961. The Shakers' "Sundry Strange" Tunes. Shaker Quarterly 1:4-9.

Patterson, Daniel W. 1962. A Ballad by Elder Issachar Bates. Shaker Quarterly 2(1962):60-66.

Patterson, Daniel W. 1966. The Influence of Inspiration and Discipline upon the Development of the Shaker Spiritual. Shaker Quarterly 6:77-87.

Patterson, Daniel W. 1968. Bearing of the Dead: A Shaker Belief and Its Impress on the Shaker Spirituals. Shaker Quarterly 8:116-28.

Patterson, Daniel W. 1970-71. Hunting for the American White Spiritual: A Survey of Scholarship, with Discography. ARSC [Association for Recorded Sound Collections] Journal 3(1):7-18.

Patterson, Daniel W. 1973. Introduction. In The Social Harp, by John G. McCurry, vii-xxv. Athens: University of Georgia Press.

Patterson, Daniel W. 1976. Liner notes to Early Shaker Spirituals. Somerville, Massachusetts: Rounder Records.

Patterson, Daniel W. 1979a. Review of The Sacred Harp: A Tradition and its Music, by Buell E. Cobb, Jr. (Athens University of Georgia Press, . Journal of Southern History 45:307.

Patterson, Daniel W. 1979b. The Shaker Spiritual. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.

Patterson, Daniel W. 1982. Word, Song, and Motion: Instruments of Celebration among Protestant Radicals in Early Nineteenth-Century America. In Celebration: Studies in Festivity and Ritual, edited by Victor Turner, 220-230. Washington: Smithsonian Institution.

Patterson, Daniel W. 1983. Gift Drawing and Gift Song: a Study of Two Forms of Shaker Inspiration. Sabbathday Lake, Maine: United Society of Shakers.

Patterson, Daniel W. 1988b. 'Going Up to Meet Him': Songs and Ceremonies of a Black Family's Ascent. In Diversities of Gifts: Field Studies in Southern Religion, edited by Ruel Tyson, Jr., James L. Peacock, and Daniel W. Patterson. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Patterson, Relford. 1963. Three American "Primitives": A Study of the Musical Style of Hans Gram, Oliver Holden, and Samuel Holyoke. Ph.D. dissertation, Washington University.

Payne, Ernest A. 1948. The Theology of Isaac Watts as Illustrated in His Hymns. Hymn Society of Great Britain and Ireland Bulletin (October).

Payne, Henry David. 1969. Selected Shape-Note Hymns, Anthems, and Fuguing Tunes for Christmas. M.M. thesis, Texas Tech University.

Peach, Everett. 1960. The Gospel Song: Its Influence on Christian Hymnody. M.A. thesis, Wayne State University.

Peacock, James L., and Ruel W. Tyson, Jr., ed. 1989. Pilgrims of Paradox: Calvinism and Experience among the Primitive Baptists of the Blue Ridge. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press.

Peel, Albert. 1948. Isaac Watts. The Christian World (November 25).

Pemberton, Carol Ann. 1971. Lowell Mason: His Life and Work. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Minnesota.

Pemberton, Carol Ann. 1985. Lowell Mason: His Life and Work. Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press.

Pen, Ron. 1994. Review of The Sacred Harp, 1991 edition, and The Sacred Harp: A Tradition and Its Music, by Buell E. Cobb, Jr., reprint edition. American Music 12(1):93-98.

Pen, Ron. 1995. Triangles, Circles, Squares, and Diamonds: The Fasola Folk of Kentucky. Appalachian Magazine 12(2):32-34.

Peppler, Jane. 1982. Shape Note Singing. English Dance and Song 44(3):7.

Perkins, Charles C., and John S. Dwight. 1883. History of the Handel and Haydn Society of Boston, Massachusetts. Boston: Alfred Mudge and Son.

Perko, Francis Michael. 1988. A Time to Favor Zion: The Ecology of Religion and School Development on the Urban Frontier, Cincinnati, 1830-1870. DeKalb, Illinois: Educational Studies Press, Northern Illinois University.

Perrin, Phil D. 1968. Theoretical Introductions in American Tunebooks from 1800-1860. D.M.A. dissertation, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Perrin, Phil D. 1970. Systems of Scale Notation in Nineteenth-Century American Tune Books. Journal of Research in Music Education 18(3):257-264.

Perry, David W. 1980. Hymns and Tunes Indexed. London.

Pestalozzi, Heinrich. 1894a. How Gertrude Teaches Her Children. Translated by Lucy Holland. London: Sonnenschein. Edited by Ebenezer Cooke.

Pestalozzi, Heinrich. 1894b. The Method, A Report by Pestalozzi. Translated by Lucy Holland and Francis Turner. London: Sonnenschein. Edited by Ebenezer Cooke.

Pestalozzi's Principles. 1829. Pestalozzi's Principles and Methods of Instruction. American Journal of Education 4(March-April):97-107.

Pfeiffer, Michael Traugott, and Hans Georg Nägeli. 1812. Aussug aus der Gesangbildungslehre nach Pestalozzischen Grundsätzen, von Pfeiffer und Nägeli zunachst fur Volksschulen bestimmt. Zürich: H. G. Nägeli.

Phelps, Austin, E. A. Park, and D. L. Furber. 1860. Hymns and Choirs. Andover: W. F. Draper.

Phillips, Charles Stanley. 1937. Hymnology Past and Present. New York: Macmillan Company.

Piehierri, Louis. 1960. Music in New Hampshire, 1623-1800. New York: Columbia University Press.

Pierce, Edwin H. 1930. The Rise and Fall of the "Fugue-Tune" in America. Musical Quarterly 16:214-228.

Pierce, Edwin H. 1940. 'Gospel Hymns' and Their Tunes. The Musical Quarterly 26(3):355-64.

Pincherle, Marc. 1948. Elementary Musical Instruction in the Eighteenth Century. Musical Quarterly 34(January):61-67.

Pincherle, Marc. 1958. On the Rights of the Interpreter in the Performance of 17th- and 18th- Century Music. Musical Quarterly 44:145-66.

Pinkston, Alfred Adolphus. 1975. Lined Hymns, Spirituals, and the Associated Lifestyle of Rural Black People in the United States. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Miami.

Pinto, Vivian de Sola. 1935a. Isaac Watts and His Poetry. Wessex (University College, Southampton) 3:86-107.

Pinto, Vivian de Sola. 1935b. Isaac Watts and the Adventurous Muse. Essays and Studies by Members of the English Association 20:86-107.

Pinto, Vivian de Sola. 1944. Isaac Watts and William Blake. Review of English Studies 20:214-23.

Pinto, Vivian de Sola. 1957. William Blake, Isaac Watts, and Mrs. Barbauld. In The Divine Vision: Studies in the Poetry and Art of William Blake, 68-87. London.

Pinto, Vivian de Sola. 1960. Libertines and Puritans: A Note on Some Lyrics of the Late Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries. Notes and Queries 7(June):224-26.

Pipekorn, Arthur C. 1971. The Primitive Baptists of North America. Concordia Theological Monthly 42(5):297-314.

Pitzer, Donald Elden. 1966. Professional Revivalism in Nineteenth-Century Ohio. Ph.D. dissertation, Ohio State University.

Plett, James Wendall. 1987. The Poetic Language of Isaac Watts's Hymns. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Riverside.

Poladian, Sirvart. 1951. Rev. John Tufts and Three-Part Psalmody in America. Journal of the American Musicological Society 4:276-77.

Porter, Ellen Jane. See also: Lorenz, Ellen Jane.

Porter, Ellen Jane. 1978. A Treasure of Campmeeting Spirituals. Ph.D. dissertation, Union Graduate School.

Porter, Ellen Jane. 1980. A Late Primitive Hymnal. The Hymn 31(4):240-45, 275.

Porter, Ellen Jane, and John F. Garst. 1979. More Tunes in the Captain Kidd Meter. The Hymn 30(4):252-62.

Porter, Ellen Jane Lorenz. 1982. A Hymn-Tune Dectective Stalks Lowell Mason. Journal of Church Music 24(9):31-32.

Porter, Ellen Jane Lorenz. 1997. American Folk Hymns in Three Nineteenth-Century United Brethren Hymnals. The Hymn 48(1):28-29.

Portrait of Isaac Watts. 1904. Portrait of Isaac Watts. Cosmopolitan 36(January):324.

Posey, Walter Brownlow. 1952. The Presbyterian Church in the Old Southwest, 1778-1838. Richmond: John Knox Press.

Posey, Walter Brownlow. 1957. The Baptist Church in the Lower Mississippi Valley, 1776-1845. Lexington: University of Kentucky Press.

Powell, John, ed. 1934. Twelve Folk Hymns. New York: J. Fisher.

Powell, John. 1964. Introduction. In Spiritual Folk-Songs of Early America, by George Pullen Jackson, vii-x. New York: Dover.

Pratt, Anne Stokely. 1938. Isaac Watts and His Gifts of Books to Yale College. New Haven: Yale University Library.

Pratt, Anne Stokely. 1948. A Letter from Isaac Watts. Yale University Library Gazette 22:14-16.

Pratt, Waldo Selden. 1921. The Music of the Pilgrims. Boston: Oliver Ditson Company.

Pratt, Waldo Selden. 1933. The Significance of the Old French Psalter. Papers of the Hymn Society of America 4:3-16.

Pratt, Waldo Selden. 1935. The Importance of the Early French Psalter. Musical Quarterly 21(January):25-32.

Pratt, Waldo Selden. 1939. The Music of the French Psalter of 1562. New York: Columbia University Press.

Presbyterian Church, Synod of Cincinnati. 1838. Extracts from the Minutes of the Synod of Cincinnati. Cincinnati: R. B. Brooks.

Presbyterian Church, United Presbyterian Synod of Ohio. 1968. Buckeye Presbyterianism. Wooster, Ohio: United Presbyterian Synod of Ohio.

Price, Milburn. 1978. Miss Elizabeth Adams' Music Book: A Manuscript Predecessor of William Walker's Southern Harmony. The Hymn 29(2):70-75.

Primitive Baptist Church. 1966. The Black Rock Declaration. In A Baptist Source Book with Particular Reference to Southern Baptists, edited by Robert A. Baker. Nashville.

Probert, J. C. C. 1978. The Worship and Devotion of Cornish Methodism. .

Psalmody of the Presbyterian Church. 1840. Psalmody of the Presbyterian Church. The Religious Monitor April and May.

Public Broadcasting System. 1990. Amazing Grace with Bill Moyers. Alexandria, Virginia: PBS Video.