Worship, Acoustics, and Architecture

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Aided by modern measuring techniques, this unique analysis considers the way that liturgy has driven, since the early days of the Christian church, acoustical improvements and how developments in architectural technology itself opened up new liturgical possibilities. Nearly three dozen churches from around the world--which fall into major design types such as Baroque, Gothic, and Romanesque--are acoustically analyzed in this context.

Worship, Acoustics, and Architecture 2007, Multi-Science Publishing Co.

ISBN-13: 9780906522448

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