Early Christian snging

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McFarland, Jason James. (2010). Early Christian snging. Pastoral Music. 34(5), pp. 11-13.
AuthorsMcFarland, Jason James
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Year2010
JournalPastoral Music
Journal citation34 (5), pp. 11-13
PublisherNational Association of Pastoral Musicians
ISSN0363-6569
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