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Sounding Childhood

Works Cited

Primary Sources Cited And/Or Scanned

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Brock, Mrs. Carey, ed. The Children’s Hymn Book for Use in Children’s Services, Sunday Schools, and Families. Published under the Revision of the Right Rev.’s W. Walsham How, Ashton Oxenden, and John Ellerton. London: Rivingtons, Waterloo, c. 1878. Print.

Button, H. Elliot, ed. The Young People’s Hymnal, Edition with Tunes. London: Charles H. Kelly, 1896. Print.

Clark, Thomas, arr. The Juvenile Harmonist: A Selection of Tunes and Pieces for Children. London: Sunday School Union, 1843.   Print.

Dykes, Rev. John B., ed. Accompanying Tunes to the 'Hymns for Infant Children.' London: Jos. Masters, 1862.   Print.

Eddy, Sarah J. Songs of Happy Life for Schools, Homes, and Bands of Mercy. Providence, R.I.: Art and Nature Study Publ., 1897. Google Scholar. Web.  20 July 2012.

Golden Bells; Or, Hymns for Our Children. [With Tunes] 1890. London: Children’s Special Service Mission, c. 1925.  Print.

Inglis, J. Gall and E.W. 282 Hymns and Melodies for School and Family Use. Edinburgh: Gall and Inglis, 1893.  Print.

Ludbrook, Walter, comp. The Temperance Meeting Melodist; Containing Hymns and Songs for Temperance and Maine Law Meetings, and Bands of Hope. London: Job Caudwell, 1861. Print.

The Methodist Sunday-School Hymn and Tune-Book. London: Wesleyan Methodist Sunday School Union, 1879.  Print.

Monk, William Henry, ed. Hymns Ancient and Modern for Use in the Services of the Church with Accompanying Tunes.London: Novello, 1861.  Print.

Secondary Sources Cited

Bradley, Ian. Abide with Me: The World of Victorian Hymns. Chicago: GIA and London: SCM, 1997.  Print.

Clapp-Itnyre, Alisa.  Angelic Airs, Subversive Songs: Music as Social Discourse in the Victorian Novel. Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press, Nov. 2002. 226 pp. with music illustrations.

--.  British Hymn Books for Children: Re-Tuning the History of Childhood.  Ashgate Studies in Childhood Series: 1700-Present series.  Claudia Nelson, series editor.  Surrey, UK: Ashgate [Routledge], 2016.

--.  “O, Come, All Ye Children: Christmas Carols in Victorian Children’s Hymnbooks.” The Hymn: A Journal of Congregational Song.  Vol. 68. No. 1 (Winter 2017).  Pp. 16-23.

—. "Writing for, Yet Apart: Nineteenth-Century Women's Contentious Status as Hymn Writers and Editors of Hymnbooks for Children." Victorian Literature and Culture. Vol. 40. Issue 1. (March 2012): Pp. 47–81.

Hymnary.org.  Sponsored by Christian Classics Ethereal Library, Calvin College, the Hymns Society of the United States and Canada, and the National Endowment for the Arts.  Accessed 2012-2017.

Julian, John, ed. A Dictionary of Hymnology. 1907. Rev. ed. 2 vol. London: J. Murray, 1915. Print.

McCutchan, Robert Guy. Our Hymnody: A Manual of the Methodist Hymnal. 2nd ed.  New York: Abingdon, 1937.  Print.

Nutter, Charles S. and Wilbur F. Tillett. The Hymns and Hymn Writers of the Church: An Annotated Edition of the Methodist Hymnal. New York: Eaton and Mains, 1911.  Print.

Temperley, Nicholas. The Music of the English Parish Church.  2 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1979.  Print.

Watson, J.R., ed. An Annotated Anthology of Hymns. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002.  Print.