Edward Hitchcock incomplete sermon on music and religion
- Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864
An incomplete sermon by Edward Hitchcock about music and religion. Hitchcock describes the positive effects of music on people, states that music is a worthwhile activity, and discusses the music of heaven, imagining how powerful it must be. This item is undated. The date range provided is drawn from the date range of the series in the finding aid.
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