Global Christian Songs

Barz, Gregory (2004). Performing Religion: Negotiating Past and Present in Kwaya Music of Tanzania (Church and Theology in Context, 42). Amsterdam, etc.: Rodopi. [Google Books]

Baker, Geoffrey (2008). Imposing Harmony: Music and Society in Colonial Cuzco. Durham and London: Duke University Press. [Google Books]

Castle, Brian C. (1990). Hymns: The Making and Shaping of a Theology for the Whole People of God; A Comparison of the Four Last Things in Some English and Zambian Hymns in Intercultural Perspective (Studies in the Intercultural History of Christianity, 67). Frankfurt/M., etc.: Peter Lang.

Chitando, Ezra (2002). Singing Culture: A Study of Gospel Music in Zimbabwe (Research Report, 121). Uppsala: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet. [Diva Portal]

Egbulem, Nwaka Chris (2006). “Mission and Inculturation: Africa”, in: G. Wainwright and K.B. Westerfield Tucker (eds.), The Oxford History of Christian Worship, pp. 678-695. Oxford, etc.: Oxford University Press. [Google Books]

Grüter, Verena and Benedict Schubert, eds. (2010). Klangwandel: Über Musik in der Mission. Frankfurt am Main: Lembeck. [Includes DVD with audio recordings and video clips]

Jorritsma, Marie (2011). Sonic Spaces of the Karoo: The Sacred Music of a South African Coloured Community (African Soundscapes). Philadelphia: Temple University Press. [Temple Univ. Press]

Kidula, Jean Ngoya (2013). Music in Kenyan Christianity: Logooli Religious Song (Ethnomusicology multimedia). Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press. [Google Books]

King, Roberta R. et al. (2008). Music in the Life of the African Church. Waco, TX: Baylor University Press. [Google Books]

Krabill, James R. (1995). The Hymnody of the Harrist Church Among the Dida of South-Central Ivory Coast (1913-1949): A Historico-Religious Study (Studies in the Intercultural History of Christianity, 74). Frankfurt/M., etc.: Peter Lang.

Mall, Andrew, Jeffers Engelhardt and Monique M. Ingalls, eds. (2021). Studying Congregational Music: Key Issues, Methods, and Theoretical Perspectives (Congregational Music Studies Series). Abingdon and New York: Routledge. [Google Books]

Naudé, Piet (1995). The Zionist Christian Church in South Africa: A Case-Study in Oral Theology. Lewiston, NY, etc.: Edwin Mellen Press. [Edwin Mellen Pr.]

Nikkel, Mark R. (2001). Dinka Christianity: The Origins and Development of Christianity among the Dinka of Sudan with Special Reference to the Songs of Dinka Christians (Faith in Sudan, 11). Nairobi: Paulines Publications Africa.

Nilsson, Nils-Henrik (2006). “The Lutheran Tradition in Scandinavia”, in: G. Wainwright and K.B. Westerfield Tucker (eds.), The Oxford History of Christian Worship, pp. 422-435. Oxford, etc.: Oxford University Press.

Sherinian, Zoe C. (2014). Tamil Folk Music As Dalit Liberation Theology (Ethnomusicology multimedia). Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press. [Google Books]