Other Words, Another Sound. New Liturgical Music in the Netherlands
(C.G. Kok) The Low Countries - 2002, № 10, pp. 84-88
Broadly speaking, until the 1960s there were two traditions in church music in the Netherlands: Protestant and Catholic. Every age has the right to a contemporary expression of its faith. And in the twentieth century that faith has been severely shaken. Following the Second Vatican Council, all manner of developments have taken place in the church music of the Low Countries. Here, the author concentrates on the most influential innovatory movement that has been, and still is, led chiefly by the Amsterdam priest and poet Huub Oosterhuis
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