Music and Spirituality
by Edward Foley
Publisher: MDPI AG 2015
Number of pages: 208
Music in its various modes is a virtually ubiquitous companion to religious and spiritual practices. The apparently intangible, insubstantial nature of sound is one of the reasons why music has so effectively symbolized the mysterious and wholly other since the dawn of creation.
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