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GUERRA ROJAS, Cristián. Music in the Beginnings of non-Catholic Churches in Chile: The Valparaiso Union Church case, 1845-1890 . Rev. music. chil. [online]. 2006, vol.60, n.206, pp.49-83. ISSN 0716-2790.

This articles deals with the relationship between Protestantism, modernity and music during the time of non-catholic churches in 19th century's Chile. It considers the case of the Union Church of Valparaiso, the first protestant chapel built in Chile and the South Pacific Coast, along with the activity of his founder, David Trumbull. It presents a panorama of the beginnings of Protestantism in Valparaiso, the work of Trumbull, his influence and thoughts about music in the Union Church's worship services, Sunday School, the relations with other Christian churches, as well as the role of music in protestant schools and in modern civil associations

Keywords : Protestantism; modernity; Chilean 19th century music.

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