Field Report assignment - SMC363H1S:MusicandLiturgy...

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SMC 363H1S: Music and Liturgy Major assignment: Field Report This assignment is due in class on Wednesday, April 8th, 2009. It should be 2000-2500 words  long (not including the music list) and is worth 30% of the final grade. See syllabus for late  penalty. Choose two Sunday church services from a Christian liturgical tradition (Roman Catholic,  Anglican or Lutheran). These must be Eucharistic services (i.e., Mass, Holy Communion, not an  Anglican Morning or Evening Prayer service, or a Bible service). One of these services will be  used as the main focus of your paper, the other for comparison. Make sure that the two services  are not too dissimilar. (NB Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, which this year is February 25; you  should choose services that are  both before or both after  Ash Wednesday.) When attending services, make sure you are given a service leaflet and any service books being  used (prayer book, missal, hymn book, etc.). Take note of the authors of texts (other than  standard liturgical or biblical texts) and the composers of music. If possible, speak with the 
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