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Encyclopedia of contemporary Christian music; pop, rock, and worship.


Encyclopedia of contemporary Christian music; pop, rock, and worship.

Ed. by Don Cusic.

Greenwood Press


505 pages




In this encyclopedia intended for academics, general music critics, and general readers, Cusic (music business, Belmont U.) explores the genre of contemporary Christian music through 204 entries that focus on performers, but also cover its development and roots, key figures, songs and albums, record labels, concerts and festivals, marketing, its relationship to other genres and popular culture, the rise of Christian radio and television, the history of religious music in America, politics, and other issues.

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Date:Feb 1, 2010
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