WHY THE AMISH SING: Songs of Solidarity & Identity
By making school visits, attending worship services and youth sings, and visiting private homes, Elder has been given the rare opportunity to listen to Amish singing in its natural social and familial context. She combines one on one interviews with detailed observations of how song provides a window into Amish cultural beliefs and values.
Publisher: Johns Hopkins
Item #: 3705374
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