W.L. Eury Collection and Other ASU Library Collections

Ahlstrom, Sydney E. A Religious History of the American People. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1972. ASU MAIN STACKS BR515.A4

Allison, Junius L. “Singing the Praises of Shape Notes.” The State, September, 1991.  ASU APP COLL CLIPPINGS FILE: SHAPE NOTE SINGING

--“Orphan Character Notes in Appalachia.” North Carolina Folklore Journal (32/2), p. 82-90, 1984. ASU APP COLL GR110.N8 N6

Anderson, Gillian B. “Eighteenth-Century Evaluations of William Billings: A Reappraisal.” Quarterly Journal of the Library of Congress (45) p. 48-58, 1978. ASU PERIODICALS 35, 1978

Auchmutey, Jim. “It Does Sound Weird to Modern Ears.” The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 29 November, 2007. ASU APP COLL CLIPPINGS FILE: SHAPE NOTE SINGING

Bealle, John. Public Worship, Private Faith:  Sacred Harp and American Folksong. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1997.  ASU APP COLL ML 3188.B43 1997

--“ New Strings on the "Old Harp": The 1991 Revision of The Sacred Harp.” Tributaries: Journal of the Alabama Folklife Association (1) p. 5-23, 1994. ASU APP COLL F326.T88

Beary, Shirley. “Stylistic Traits of Southern Shape-Note Gospel Songs.” The Hymn (January) p. 26-33, 1979.  ASU MUSIC JRNL/BND

Beisswenger, Drew. “Singing Schools and Conventions in Logan County, Kentucky.” Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin(55/1), p.1-13, 1991. ASU APP COLL GR1.T36

Bent, Jennifer. “Shape Note Singing.” The Watauga Democrat, 4 June, 1997. ASU APP COLL CLIPPINGS FILE: SHAPE NOTE SINGING

Blum, Beula B. “Solmization and Pitch Notation in Nineteenth-Century American School Music Textbooks.” Journal of Research in Music Education, 1971. ASU WEB VERSION

Boggs, Beverly. “Religious Songs Remembered: Sweet Rivers, Jean Ritchie,” Appalachian Journal (9) p. 306-310, 1982. ASU APP COLL F216.2.A66

Boswell, George W. “Verse and Music in the Sacred Harp.” Southern Folklore Quarterly (34), p. 53-61), 1970. ASU APP COLL GR1.S65

Boyd, Joe Dan. Judge Jackson and the Colored Sacred Harp.  Montgomery, AL:  Alabama Folklife Association, 2002. ASU APP COLL ML 3188.B69 2002

Britton, Allen P. “The Singing School Movement in the U.S.” International Musicological Society. Report of the Eighth Congress, New York.(1) p. 89-99, 1961.  ASU MUSIC STACKS ML26.I715

Brock, David A. “A Foundation for Defining Southern Shape-Note Folk Hymnody from 1800 – 1859 as a Learned Compositional Style.”  Doctoral Dissertation:  The Claremont Graduate School, 1996.  ASU APP COLL ML 3188.B76 1996

Brown, Fred. “Larry O Wrote the Book on Old Harp.” The Knoxville Sentinel, 25 January, 2005.  ASU APP COLL CLIPPINGS FILE: SHAPE NOTE SINGING

Brown, Vicky. “SING: Sacred Harp is Growing.” The Winston-Salem Journal, 30 December, 1990. ASU APP COLL CLIPPINGS FILE: SHAPE NOTE SINGING

--“Shaped Note Singing Spreads Throughout the Country.” The Robinsonian, 25 November, 1990. ASU APP COLL CLIPPINGS FILE: SHAPE NOTE SINGING

Bruce, Dickson D., Jr. And They All Sang Hallelujah: Plain-Folk Camp-Meeting Religion, 1800-1845. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1974. ASU APP COLL BV3798.78

Byron, Dora. “Sacred Harp Singing: A Link with the South’s Past.” The Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine, 12 December, 1972. ASU APP COLL CLIPPINGS FILE: SHAPE NOTE: SINGING

Campbell, Gavin James. “Old Can be Used Instead of New: Shape Note Singing and the Crisis of Modernity in the New South, 1880-1920.” The Journal of American Folklore (110/436), p. 169-188, 1997. ASU WEB ACCESS

Card, Edith B. "Saints Bound for Heaven": The Singing School Lives On.” Southern Quarterly (15/1), p. 75-87, 1976. ASU PERIODICALS

--“The Tradition of Shaped-note Music: A History of its Development.”  Foxfire 7, edited by Paul F. Gillespie, Garden City, New York: Doubleday, p. 280-292, 1982. ASU APP COLL F291.2.F692

Cauthen, Joyce. “ Shape-Note Gospel Singing on Sand Mountain.”  In the Spirit: Alabama's Sacred Music Traditions, edited by Henry Willett. Montgomery, Alabama: Black Belt Press, p. 81-84, 1995. ASU APP COLL ML2911.7.A2 I5

Chase, Richard. American Folk Tales and Songs and Other Examples of English-American Tradition As Preserved in the Appalachian Mountains and Elsewhere in the United States.  New York: Dover Publications, 1956.  ASU APP COLL GR105.C38

The Chattahoochee Musical Convention, 1852-2002: A Sacred Harp Historical Sourcebook.  Carrollton, GA: Sacred Harp Museum, 2002.  ASU APP COLL ML3111.C43

Cheek, Curtis Leo. “The Singing School and Shaped-Note Tradition:  Residuals in Twentieth Century American Hymnody. Doctoral Dissertation: School of Music/University of Southern California, 1968. ASU APP COLL ML 3188.C54 1968

-- “The Singing School in America: Backgrounds.” The Hymn (15) p. 5-11, 1964. ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

Clawson, Laura. “Blessed Be the Tie That Binds: Community and Spirituality Among Sacred Harp Singers.” Poetics: Journal of Empirical Research on Culture, the Media and the Arts (32/3-4), p. 311-324, 2004. ASU WEB ACCESS

Coady, Elizabeth. “Sacred Harp: Songs Tremble with Folk Tradition.” The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 19 May, 1991. ASU APP COLL CLIPPINGS FILE: SHAPE NOTE SINGING

Cobb, Buell E., Jr. The Sacred Harp: A Tradition and Its Music. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1978. ASU APP COLL ML3111.C6

--“Fasola Folk: Sacred Harp Singing in the South.” Southern Exposure (5/2-3), p. 48-53, 1977.  ASU APP COLL F206.S68

--“The Sacred Harp: Rhythm and Ritual in the Southland.” Virginia Quarterly Review, 1974.  ASU PERIODICALS

Crews, Emma Katherine. “Early Musical Activities in Knoxville, Tennessee, 1891-1910.”  East Tennessee HistoricalSociety's Publications (37), p. 49-76, 1965. ASU APP COLL F442.1.E14

Crouse, D.L. “Allen D. Carden: Early Tennessee Musician.” Tennessee Historical Quarterly (39/1), p. 11-15, 1980.  ASU APP COLL F431.T285

Davidson, Donald. “The Sacred Harp in the Land of Eden.” Virginia Quarterly Review (10), p. 203-17, 1934. WCU PERIODICALS

--“White Spirituals: The Choral Music of the South.” American Scholar (4) p. 460-73, 1935 ASU MICROFORM

--“The Master of the Sacred Harp:  In Memoriam George Pullen Jackson, 1974-1953.” Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin (20), p.1-8, 1954.  ASU APP COLL MIC 37B

DePriest, Joe. “True Music Takes Shape: Rare Geometric Notes Evoke Old-Time Spirit.” The Charlotte Observer, 3 March, 1993. ASU APP COLL CLIPPINGS FILE: SHAPE NOTE SINGING

Dorgan, Howard. The Old Regular Baptists of Central Appalachia. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1989. ASU APP COLL BX6389.397.D67

Drummond, R. Paul. A Portion for the Singers: A History of Music Among Primitive Baptists Since 1800.  Atwood, TN: The Christian Baptist Library & Publishing Company, 1989.  ASU APP COLL ML 3160.D7 1989

Eastburn, Kathryn. A Sacred Feast: Reflections on Sacred Harp Singing and Dinner on the Ground. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2008. ASU APP COLL TX715.E1687

Easters, Melita. “Final Note May Sound for Royal Singing Convention.” The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, 16 July, 1977. ASU APP COLL CLIPPINGS FILE: SHAPE NOTE SINGING

Ellington, Charles Linwood. The Sacred Harp Tradition of the South: Its Origins and Evolution. Ph.D. Dissertation: Florida State University, 1970. ASU APP COLL MICF 64

Emerson, Bo. “Joyful Noise: Southern Christians Cling to Shape Note Singing to Spread the Gospel.” The Atlanta Journal Constitution, 29 June, 1997.  ASU APP COLL CLIPPINGS FILE: SHAPE NOTE SINGING

Eskew, Harry L. Shape Note Hymnody in the Shenandoah Valley, 1816-1860. Thesis: Tulane University, 1966. ASU APP COLL MICF 67

--“ Southern Harmony and Its Era.” The Hymn (41) p.28-34, 1990. ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

--“Using Early American Hymnals and Tunebooks.” Notes (Music Library Association) (27/1)p. 19-23, 1970. ASU WEB VERSION

--“William Walker, 1809-1875: Popular Southern Hymnist.” The Hymn (15/5) p. 5-13, 1964. ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

Farlow, Betsy. “Gospel Music.” The Asheville Citizen-Times, 25 October, 1981. ASU APP COLL CLIPPINGS FILE: SHAPE NOTE SINGING

Fitzwater, A.J. A Brief History of the Musical Movement or Stream which was started in Mountain Valley (now Singers Glen, Va.) in the early part of the Nineteenth Century by Joseph Funk. Broadway, Va: A.J. Fitzwater, 1947. ASU APP COLL ML3551.F16

Foote, J. P. The Schools of Cincinnati and Its Vicinity.  New York: Arno Press, 1970. ASU MAIN STACKS LA348.C5 F7

Gore, Daniel. “The Shape-Note Tradition in Bluegrass Song.” Bluegrass Unlimited (April), p. 42-44, 1993. ML1.B68

Graham, John R. “Early Twentieth-Century Singing Schools in Kentucky Appalachia.” Journal of Research in Music Education (19), p. 77-84, 1971. ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

Greene, Amy. “Confessions of a Shape-Note Singer.” The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 29 June, 1997. ASU APP COLL CLIPPINGS FILE: SHAPE NOTE SINGING

Greene, Nell. “Lenoir Native, George Younce, Sang his Way to Success.” Lenoir-News, 23 February, 1992. ASU APP COLL CLIPPINGS FILE: SHAPE NOTE SINGING

Hall, Paul M. 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, Washington, D.C., 1970. ASU APP COLL MICF 62

--“The Shape-note Hymnals and Tune Books of Ruebush-Kieffer Company.” The Hymn (22/3), p. 69-76, 1971. ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

Hammond, Paul G. “Jesse B. Aikin and The Christian Minstrel.” American Music (3/4), p. 442-51, 1985. ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

Harley, Rachel Augusta Brett. Ananias Davisson: Southern Tune-Book Compiler. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 1972. ASU APP COLL MICF 72

Harris, Clement Atrobus. “The War Between the Fixed and Movable Doh” Musical Quarterly (4/2), p. 184-195, 1918. ASU WEB VERSION

Hatchett, Marion J. “Three Little-Known West Tennessee Four-Shape Shape-Note Tunebooks.” The Hymn (42), p. 10-16, 1991. ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

--“Early East Tennessee Shape-Note Tunebooks.” The Hymn (46/3), p. 28-46, 1995. ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

Hilliard, Nita. “Shape Notes Have Taught Many Wataugans to Sing.” The Watauga Democrat, 24 April, 1975. ASU APP COLLECTION CLIPPINGS FILE: SHAPE NOTE SINGING

Hillinger, Charles. “Four Tones of Traditional Song.”  Los Angeles Times, 25 December, 1988. WEB ACCESS

Hinton, Sam. “The Shape-Note Hymns: An American Choral Tradition.” Choral Journal (13/5), p. 7-11, 1973. ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

Horn, Dorothy D. Sing to Me of Heaven: A Study of Folk and Early American Materials in Three Old Harp Books.  Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1970.  ASU APP COLL ML3111.H67

--“Dyadic Harmony in the Sacred Harp.” Southern Folklore Quarterly (9), p. 209-212, 1946.  ASU APP COLL GR1. S65

--“Shape-Note Hymnals and the Art-Music of Early America.” Southern Folklore Quarterly (5/4), p. 251-56, 1941. ASU APP COLL GR1. S65

--“The Four Syllable System of Solmization.” Southern Folklore Quarterly (18), p. 135-38, 1954. ASU APP COLL GR1. S65

--“Folk-Hymn Texts in Three 'Old Harp' Books.” Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin (22/4), p. 91-97, 1956. ASU APP COLL GR1.T36

-- “Introduction I: The New Harp of Columbia and Its Music in Singing School Tradition.” The New Harp of Columbia, Ed. M. L. Swan. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1978. ASU APP COLL M2117.N52

Jackson, George Pullen. The Story of the Sacred Harp, 1844-1944. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, 1944.ML3111. J3

--Another Sheaf of White Spirituals. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1952. ASU APP COLL ML1629.J147 A5

--“Some Factors in the Diffusion of American Religious Folksong.” Journal of American Folklore (65), p. 365-69, 1952.ASU PERIODICALS

--“American Folksong and Musical Art.” Southern Folklore Quarterly (17), p. 140-42, 1953. ASU APP COLL GR1. S65

--“Buckwheat Notes.” Musical Quarterly (19/4), p. 392-401, 1933. ASU WEB ACCESS

--White Spirituals in the Southern Uplands: The Story of the Fasola Folk, Their Songs, Singings, and "Buckwheat Notes". Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. Reprint. N.Y.: Dover Books, 1965. ASU APP COLL ML3551.J2

--Spiritual Folk-Songs of Early America: Two Hundred and Fifty Tunes and Texts with an Introduction and Notes. New York: Dover, 1964. UNCA GENERAL M1629.J147 S85

--“Hymns Are Meant to be Sung!” The Christian Century (60/3), p. 1263-64, 1943. ASU PERIODICALS

Jackson, Karen Luke. “The Royal Singing Convention, 1893-1931: Shape Note Singing Tradition in Irwin County, Georgia.” Georgia Historical Quarterly (56/4), p. 495-509, 1972.  ASU PERIODICALS 56 1972

Kaus, Margaret. “Dorothy Horn, Scholar of Shape-Note Tune Books: A Guide to Her Research and Writing.” Journal of East Tennessee History (76), p. 99-109, 2004.  ASU APP COLL F442.1.E14

Kelton, Mai Hogan. “Living Teacher-Composters of the Sacred Harp.” Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin (51/4) p. 137-143, 1985.  ASU APP COLL GR1.T36

Kennedy, Randy. “For a Timeless Song Style, a Chance at the Big Time.” The New York Times, 23 December, 2003.  ASU APP COLL CLIPPINGS FILE: SHAPE NOTE SINGING.

Kirby, Rich. “And We'll All Sing Together.” Southern Exposure (4/3), p. 4-9, 1976.  ASU APP COLL F206.S68

Kroeger, Karl. “A Yankee Tunebook from the Old South: Amos Pilsbury's The United States Sacred Harmony.” The Hymn (32), p. 154-162, 1981.  ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

Law, Andrew. The Art of Singing: In Three Parts.  Cambridge, MA: W. Hilliard, 1803. ASU WEB ACCESS

Lee, Bradley. A Lexical Companion to the Hymns of the Sacred Harp. Valdosta, GA: SCOLT Publications, 2005. ASU APP COLL ML102.H95 B73

Livingston, Carolyn. Charles Faulkner Bryan : His Life and Music Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2003. ASU APP COLL ML410.B9225 L58

Loftis, Deborah C. Big Singing Day in Benton, Kentucky: A Study of the History, Ethnic Identity and Musical Style of Southern Harmony Singers. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Kentucky, 1987. ASU APP COLL MicF 474

Lorenz, Ellen Jane. Glory, Hallelujah! The Story of the Campmeeting Spiritual. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1978.  ASU APP COLL ML3186.L86

--“The Sunday School Movement.” The Hymn (35), p. 209-213, 1984. ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

Lowens, Irving. “Music in the American Wilderness.” Music and Musicians in Early America. New York: W. W. Norton, p. 17-22, 1964. ASU MUSIC STACKS ML200.L7

Lumpkin, Ben G. "The Happy Land of Canaan: An Unpublished Civil War Song.” Civil War History (11), p.44-57, 1965.ASU PERIODICALS

Marini, Stephen A. “Rehearsal for Revival: Sacred Singing and the Great Awakening in America.” Sacred Sound: Music in Religious Thought and Practice. Ed. Joyce Irwin 71-91. Journal of the American Academy of Religious Studies (50)Chico, California: Scholars Press, p.71-90, 1983. UNCA GENERAL ML3865. S2

Martin, Kathleen R. “Cumberland County Singing Convention.”  Kentucky Folklore Record (Spring), p. 29-32, 1974. ASU APP COLL GR1.K42

McDowell, Lucien L.  Songs of the Old Camp Ground. Ann Arbor: Edwards Brothers, Inc, 1937. ASU APP COLL M1629.M1415 S65

McGowan, Tom ed. “Quay Smathers: Shape Note Singing Leader.” North Carolina Folklore Journal (44/1-2), p. 45-47, 1997.  ASU APP COLL GR 110.N8 N6

McKenzie, Wallace. “Anthems of the Sacred Harp Tunesmiths.” American Music (6/3), p. 247-263, 1988. ASU MUSIC JRNL/BND

Miller, Kiri. Traveling Home: Sacred Harp Singing and American Pluralism.  Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2008. ASU APP COLL ML 3111.M54 2008

Miller, Terry E. “Old Time Shape-Note Singing Schools in Eastern Kentucky.” Southern Quarterly (20/1), p. 35-45. 1981.ASU PERIODICALS

--“Alexander Auld, 1816-1898: Early Ohio Musician.” Cincinnati Historical Society Bulletin (33), p. 245-60, 1975. ASU APP COLL F486.H653

--“Voices from the Past: The Singing and the Preaching at Otter Creek Church.” Journal of American Folklore (88/349), p. 266-82, 1975. ASU PERIODICALS

Minor, Elliot. “Singing of the Sacred Harp.” The Asheville Citizen-Times, 15 July, 2000. ASU APP COLL CLIPPINGS FILE: SHAPE NOTE SINGING

--“Church Singing: Sacred Harp.” The Hickory Daily Record, 15 July, 2000. ASU APP COLL CLIPPINGS FILE: SHAPE NOTE SINGING

Montell, William Lynwood. Singing the Glory Down: Amateur Gospel Music in South Central Kentucky, 1900-1990. Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1991. ASU APP COLL ML3187.M66

Moser, M. Y. “Christian Harmony Singing at Etowah.” Appalachian Journal (1/4), p. 263-270, 1974. ASU APP COLL F216.2.A66

Music, David W. “Early Hymnists of Tennessee.” The Hymn (31), p. 246-251, 1980. ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

--“The Meyer Manuscript: An 18th-Century American Tunebook.” Current Musicology (29), p. 31-40, 1980. ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

--“Ananias Davisson, Robert Boyd, Reuben Monday, John Martin, and Archibald Rhea in East Tennessee, 1816-26.”American Music (1/3), p. 72-84, 1983 ASU WEB ACCESS

--“William Moore's Columbian Harmony (1825).” The Hymn (36), p. 16-19, 1985. ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

--“John B. Jackson: Southern Tunebook Compiler.” The Hymn (37), p.26-30, 1986.  ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

--“William Caldwell's Union Harmony (1837): The First East Tennessee Tunebook.” The Hymn (38), p.16-22, 1987. ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

Nicholson, Scott. “Shapes of Things Past: Keeping a Singing Tradition Alive.” The Watauga Democrat, 20 December, 2002. ASU APP COLL CLIPPINGS FILE: SHAPE NOTE SINGING

--“The Sacred Harp Singing Tradition of Calhoun County, Mississippi.” Prospects: An American Journal of American Cultural Studies (24), p. 261-283, 1999. ASU WEB ACCESS

Pace, Adger M. Vaughan’s Up-to-Date-Rudiments and Music Reader.  Lawrenceburg, TN: James D. Vaughan, 1937.ASU APP COLL CLOSED MT7.P3 V28   

Parris, John. “Hymn Singing: Act of Worship, Pastime.” Asheville Citizen, 4 March, 1977. ASU APP COLL CLIPPINGS FILE:SHAPE NOTE SINGING

Patterson, Beverly Bush. The Sound of the Dove: Singing in Primitive Baptist Churches.  Chicago:  University of Illinois Press, 1995.  ASU APP COLL ML 3160.P28, 1995

Price, Milburn. “Miss Elizabeth Adams' Music Book: A Manuscript Predecessor of William Walker's Southern Harmony.”The Hymn (29/2), p. 70-75, 1978. ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

Sallee, James. A History of Evangelistic Hymnody. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker Book House, 1978.  ASU APP COLL ML 3186.S18

Sasson, Dianne Hyde. “'The Stone': Versions of a Camp Meeting Song Collected in North Carolina.” Southern Folklore Quarterly (42), p. 375-384, 1978. ASU APP COLL GR1. S65

Scholten, James W. “Amzi Chapin: Frontier Singing Master and Folk Hymn Composer.” Journal of Research in Music Education (Summer), 1975. ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

--“Lucius Chapin: A New England Singing Master on the Frontier.” Contributions to Music Education (4/4), p. 64-76, 1976.ASU MUSIC STACKS ML1.C9154

Sebren, George W. Sebren’s Rudiments of Music: For Singing Schools, Normals and Home Study. Dallas, TX: Stamps-Baxter Music Company, 192-?. ASU APP COLL CLOSED MT820.S44

 “Singin' Billy's Book.” Time , p. 67, 12 June, 1939. ASU PERIODICALS

“The Singing School.” Missouri Historical Review (38/1944), p. 325-30, 1944. ASU PERIODICALS

Skidmore, Max J. “Hymns in the Life of the Confederate Soldier.” Mississippi Quarterly (19), p.194-99, 1966. ASU PERIODICALS

Smith, Carl Henry. The Lined Hymn Tradition in Selected Black Churches of Eastern Kentucky. Doctoral Dissertation: University of Pittsburgh, 1987. ASU APP COLL MICF 502

Smith, Timothy Alan. “The Southern Folk-Hymn, 1800-1860: Notes on Performance Practice.”Choral Journal (23/)7), p. 23-29, 1983. ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

Steel, David Warren. “Lazarus J. Jones and The Southern Minstrel (1849).” American Music (6/2), p. 123-157, 1988.ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

Stegall, Joel R. “Shape Notes and Choral Singing: Did We Throw Out the Baby with the Bath Water?” Choral Journal(192), p. 5-10, 1978. ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

Stevenson, Arthur Linwood. The Story of Southern Hymnology. Salem, Virginia: Stevenson, 1931. ASU MUSIC STACKS ML3111.S8

Stowe, David Ware. How Sweet the Sound: Music in the Spiritual Lives of Americans. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2004. ASU MUSIC STACKS ML2911.S76 2004

Sutton, Brett. “Shape-Note Tune Books and Primitive Hymns.” Ethnomusicology (26/1), p. 11-26, 1982. ASU MUSIC JRNL BND.

Sutton, Walter. The Western Book Trade: Cincinnati as a Nineteenth-Century Publishing and Book-Trade Center. Columbus: Ohio State University for the Ohio Historical Society, 1961. ASU MAIN STACKS Z478.6.C5 S88

Temperley, Nicholas. “The Old Way of Singing: Its Origins and Development.” Journal of the American Musicological Society (34), p. 511-44, 1981. ASU MUSIC JRNL BND

Titon, Jeff Todd. Powerhouse For God: Speech, Chant, and Song in an Appalachian Baptist Church. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1988. ASU APP COLL BX6480.S8434 T57

Traywick, Linda. “Some Contemporary Builders of The Sacred Harp.” Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin (30), p. 57-61, 1964.   ASU APP COLL GR1.T36

Van Biema, David. “Give me that Old-Time Singing.” Time Magazine, 28 January, 2008.  ASU APP COLL CLIPPINGS FILE: SHAPE  NOTE SINGING

Vinson, Duncan. “As Far from Secular, Operatic, Rag-Time, and Jig Melodies as is Possible: Religion and the Resurgence of Interest in the Sacred Harp, 1895-1911.” Journal of American Folklore (119/474), p. 413-443, 2006.  ASU WEB ACCESS

Warren, James I. O For a Thousand Tongues: The History, Nature and Influence of Music in the Methodist Tradition.  Grand Rapids, Michigan:  Francis Asbury Press, 1988.  ASU APP COLL ML 3170.W34, 1988

Wayland, John W. Two Notable Shaped-Note Leaders: Joseph Funk and Aldine S. Kieffer. Wytheville, VA: Bookworm & Silverfish, 1995. ASU APP COLL ML390.T94

Wetzel, Richard D. Frontier Musicians on the Connoquenessing, Wabash, and Ohio: A History of the Music and Musicians of George Rapp's Harmony Society (1805-1906). Athens: Ohio University Press, 1976. ASU MUSIC STACKS ML200.4.W48

Willett, Henry, ed. In the Spirit: Alabama’s Sacred Music Traditions. Montgomery, AL: Alabama Folklife Association, 1995. ASU APP COLL ML 2911.7.A2 I5, 1995.

Wicks, Sammie Ann. Life and Meaning: Singing, Praying, and the Word among the Old Regular Baptists of EasternKentucky. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Texas at Austin, 1983. ASU APP COLL MICF 460

--“A Belated Salute to the 'Old Way' of 'Snakin' the Voice on its (ca.) 345th Birthday.” Popular Music (8), p.59-96, 1989.ASU WEB ACCESS

Wilcox, Glenn C. “The Singing School Movement in the United States.” Report of the Eighth Congress of the International Musicological Society. (2), New York, 1961. ASU MUSIC STACKS ML26. I715

Wolf, John Q. “The Sacred Harp in Mississippi.” Journal of American Folklore (81), p. 337-341, 1968.  ASU WEB ACCESS

 

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