Continuing his successful series of portraits of the many characterful individuals who have helped make the Church of England the institution that it is, Trevor Beeson turns his attention to the outstanding musicians who have influenced its worship over the centuries. The image of Sung Evensong may seem timeless, but the patterns of Anglican worship have changed continuously throughout its history. Beginning with the great Victorian modernizers who stamped their taste on music as much as church buildings, Trevor Beeson in his inimitable and sharply observant style takes his readers on a memorable and entertaining musical tour. A must-read not only for music lovers but for everyone interested in the history and the stories behind music and worship.He also gladly collaborated with the BBC over the first broadcast of Choral Evensong in 1926, believing, against the advice ... The music of the services varied to represent choirs of differing ability in order that students might experience the fullanbsp;...
|Title||:||In Tuneful Accord|
|Publisher||:||Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd - 2009|