Martin Clarke gives keynote lecture at conference on hymnody

Lecturer Martin Clarke gave a keynote lecture on ‘Moravian influences on Methodist hymnody’ at the conference My Heart Strangely Warmed on 20 May. The conference, which explored the role of hymnody in the Lutheran, Moravian, and Methodist churches, was one of a series of events taking place throughout 2017 to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation and to examine its influence and legacy. The conference took place at Fulneck Moravian Settlement, and was attended by more than 100 delegates. Also as part of the conference, Martin presented a workshop on Charles Wesley’s iconic hymn ‘And can it be’, drawing on his paper pubished in the Yale Journal of Music and Religion last year.

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