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Robin A. Leaver has written on topics as varied as Martin Luther, 16th-century psalmody, hymnody, and the sacred music of Johann Sebastian Bach. He is the author of Luther's Liturgical Music: Principles and Implications (2007).
A Communion Sunday in Scotland ca.1780: Liturgies and Sermons contribute significantly to our understanding of the interactions of music, liturgy, and theology in eighteenth-century England and Scotland. Interdisciplinary in nature, weaving together strands of theology, liturgy, hymnody, psalmody, and art music to enlarge our thinking about these fields and their interrelationships.
A Communion Sunday in Scotland is a valuable resource for our understanding of liturgy, theology, church polity, and congregational song in the eighteenth-century Scottish Church. Leaver has done readers a significant service in making Logan’s liturgies and sermons easily accessible, while situating them in relation to other eighteenth-century liturgical sources
— Society for 18th Century Music