Memories of and interactions with church music

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01 February 2019

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FOR an oral-history project about popular experiences of church music and the meanings that have become associated with these, how these are contextualised and understood, and how this has changed as society has become more secular and diverse, Anna Sharman, an undergraduate at the University of Exeter, is looking for individuals to tell their memories of and interactions with church music, and meanings of the religious aspects of this. She welcomes memories of any church music, from school hymn-singing and Christmas carolling to music at weddings or sports matches. She can be contacted by email at afs209@exeter.ac.uk.

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