The Musical Heritage of the Lutheran Church, Volume I (Text)

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    "Opening Address"-Prof. Theo. Hoelty-Nickel, Valparaiso, Ind.
    "Benefits Derived from a More Scholarly Approach to the Rich Musical and Liturgical Heritage" of the Lutheran Church -Prof. Walter E. Buszin, Concordia College, Fort Wayne, Ind.
    "The Chorale—Artistic Weapon of the Lutheran Church" -Dr. Hans Rosenwald, Chicago, Ill.
    "Problems Connected with Editing Lutheran Church Music" -Prof. Walter E. Buszin
    "The Radio and Our Musical Heritage"-Mr. Gerhard Schroth, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.
    "Is the Musical Training at Our Synodical Institutions Adequate for the Preserving of Our Musical Heritage?"-Dr. Theo. G. Stelzer, Concordia Teachers College, Seward, Nebr.
    "Problems of the Church Organist"-Mr. Herbert D. Bruening, St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, Chicago, Ill.


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