- Author:John Sprake
- Publisher:Pebble Praise Music (April 12, 2007)
- Pages:76 pages
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- ePUB format1578 kb
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I had this song book years ago when I wanted to learn the songs our church sang. But I still love these.
I had this song book years ago when I wanted to learn the songs our church sang. Times have changed, and these once-new songs have now gone mostly by the wayside, replaced by new pop songs. So after several moves and losing my previous copy, I was pleased to find Songs for Praise and Worship here.
Music for a New Society is the eighth solo studio album by Welsh musician John Cale, released in September 1982 by ZE Records and Island Records.
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Titled Songs of America: Patriotism, Protest, and the Music That Made a Nation, the hardcover release .
A description of the book explains how each contributor will address the songs: Meacham, a political science professor at Nashville’s Vanderbilt University, looks at the material through the era of in which it was composed and popularized, while McGraw offers his views of the music as an artist.