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    Editor’s Preface


    Foreword O. A. Dorn


    Introduction Theo. Hoelty-Nickel


    Liturgy and Theology Regin Prenter


    Martin Luther’s Concept of Worship Vilmos Vajta


    The Character of Christian Worship Martin J. Naumann


    The Life and Work of Samuel Scheidt Walter E. Buszin


    Michael Praetorius Creuzburgensis: Church Musician and Scholar L. B. Spiess


    Heinrich Schütz: Composer of the Bible Willem Mudde


    Nicolaus Bruhns Richard C. Fosse


    Vocal Leisen Settings in the Baroque Era Johannes Riedel


    The Choral Music of the Lutheran Kantorei Leo Schrade


    Johann Pachelbel’s Contribution to Pre-Bach Organ Literature Walter E. Buszin


    The Attaignant Organ Books M. Alfred Bichsel


    The Congregational Hymn as the Living Voice of the Gospel Richard R. Caemmerer


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