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The first of many letters between Benjamin Britten (1913–76) and the Anglican clergyman J. Walter Atherton Hussey (1909–85) was written in the winter of 1943, ahead of the fiftieth anniversary of Hussey’s parish. Hussey closes his letter in this way: On reading through this letter I feel more...
African American gospel music has traditionally articulated the existential concerns of the African American community. A multiplicity of themes have historically inundated gospel content including themes of God’s love and protection, joy, suffering, resistance, perseverance, and survival, to...
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