Muzyka w luterańskim zborze w pierwszych wiekach reformacji

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  • Dawid Ślusarczyk Ewangelikalna Wyższa Szkoła Teologiczna, Wrocław

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15633/pms.561

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reformacja, luteranizm, teologia muzyki, nabożeństwo luterańskie, muzyka organowa

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The article discusses the musical culture of the Church from M. Luther’s reform to mid-18th century. The author presents the premises of the Protestant theology, which made it possible for both music forms and performance practice to develop. The consequence of the theological thought was to award music an exceptionally high status in the hierarchy of the arts. The article also deals with the vocal and instrumental compositions which functioned within the reformed liturgy.

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