Religion and popular music in Europe 1 edition
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Religion and popular music in Europe
new expressions of sacred and secular identity
edited by Thomas Bossius, Andreas Häger & Keith Kahn-Harris
Written in English.
Table of Contents
|Jerusalem in Uppsala : some accounts of the relationship between a Christian rock group and its congregation / Andreas Häger|
|Christian metal in Finland : institutional religion and popular music in the midst of religious change / Marcus Moberg|
|Shout to the Lord : Christian worship music as popular culture, church music, and lifestyle / Thomas Bossius|
|Jews united and divided by music : contemporary Jewish music in the UK and America / Keith Kahn-Harris|
|The return of ziryab : Yusuf Islam on music / Göran Larsson|
|The meanings of the religious talk in French rap music / Stéphanie Molinero|
|Why didn't the churches begin to burn a thousand years earlier? / Gry Mørk|
|21st-century trance cult : electronic dance music culture and its role in replacing the traditional roles of religion in Western European popular youth culture / Rupert Till.|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Library of modern religion -- v. 18|
Library of Congress
|ML3921.8.P67 R45 2011|
The Physical Object
|vi, 192 p. ;|
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