PUBLICATIONS

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SPIRITUAL PUBLICATIONS (Click here)

  • It is Time to Seek the Lord (O to akoko lati wa Oluwa)

  • Christ Apostolic Church: Woo bi Awon Alagbara re ti n Subu

  • That the Power of Christ may Dwell in Me: Towards a Theology of Weakness

  • Self-Deliverance Manual

  • The Needed Revival for the End-Time

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS BY ‘FEMI ADEDEJI

Essay/Theses by Rev. ‘Femi Adedeji

  • 1991. ‘Ifa Music in Ijo Orunmila’ (unpublished M.A. Thesis). University of Ibadan. 226pp.

  • 1998. ‘A Contextual Exegesis of New Testament and Traditional Yoruba Hymns’ (unpublished M. A. Thesis). Obafemi Awolowo University. Ile-Ife. 238 pp.

  • 2004. ‘Nigerian Gospel Music: A Study of its Styles’ (unpublished PhD Thesis). Institute of African Studies. University of Ibadan. Nigeria. 904pp.

  • 2012. ‘The Theology of Music in the New Testament and Its Implication for the 20th Century Nigerian Church’. (unpublished B.Th Project). Acadia University, Acadia. 77pp.

 

Books Edited by Rev. ‘Femi Adedeji

  • 2004a. ‘African Music Notation and the Computer Technology’. In Locating the Local in the Global: Voices on a Globalised Nigeria, in Sola Akinrinade, Modupe    Kolawole, Ibiyemi Mojola & David Ogungbile (eds). [159 – 166]. Ile-Ife: Faculty of Arts, Obafemi Awolowo University.

  • 2006a. ‘Aesthetics and Practices in Indigenous Choral Styles of the Yoruba of Africa’. In Minette Mans (ed). Centering on African Practice in Musical Arts Education. [3 – 16]. Pretoria: African Minds.

  • 2007a. ‘The Praise “n” Worship Musical Style of the Contemporary Nigerian Avant Garde (Charismatic) Christian Church’. In Akin Odebunmi & Adeyemi Babajide (eds). Styles in Religious Communication in Nigeria. [202 – 217]. Muenchen: LINCOM GmbH, pp. 202 – 217.

  • 2008a. ‘Musical Revolution in Contemporary Nigerian Christianity: a Charismatic Development or Sacredized Profanity?’ In Tunde Babawale & Olukoya Ogen (eds). Culture and Society in Nigeria. (Vol. 2). [366 – 393]. Lagos: Concept Publications Ltd./CBAAC.    

  • 2009a. ‘Retrieving Indigenous African Music Legacies for Cross-Cultural    Educational Purposes: Sources, Methods and Packaging’. In Tunde Babawale, Akin Alao, Felix Omidire & Tony Onwumah (eds). Teaching and Propagating African and Diaspora History and Culture. [695 – 712]. Lagos: Concept Publications Ltd./CBAAC.

  • 2017d. ‘Yoruba Popular Culture’. In Culture and Customs of the Yoruba. (ed.) Toyin Falola and Akintunde Akinyemi. [913-928]. Austin, Texas. Pan African University Press.

  • 2017e. The Vociferation of the Oppressed: Empathic Underpinnings of Contemporary Indigenous Christian Prayer Songs in Nigeria. In ‘Femi Adedeji,  Christian Onyeji & Nnamdi Onuora-Oguno (eds). Musical Horizons in Africa (Essays and Perspectives): A Festschrift in honour of Daniel Chikpezie Christian Agu. [107-127]. Ile Ife: Association of Nigerian Musicologists.

  • 2017f. The Transformative Essence as an Underpinning factor in Dan Agu’s Music Career. In ‘Femi Adedeji,  Christian Onyeji & Nnamdi Onuora-Oguno (eds). Musical Horizons in Africa (Essays and Perspectives): A Festschrift in honour of Daniel Chikpezie Christian Agu. [341-349]. Ile Ife: Association of Nigerian Musicologists.

  • 2011a. ‘School Music Education in Africa: The Meki Nzewi Method’. In Y.S. Onyiuke, I.O. Idamoyibo and D.C.C. Agu (eds.) Mekism and Knowledge Sharing of the Musical Arts of Africa: A Book of General Reading in Honour of Professor Meki Nzewi.[46 – 53]. Awka: Department of Music, Nnamdi Azikiwe University.

  • 2012c. ‘Tunji Vidal as a Composer’, in ‘Femi Shaka and M.A. Omibiyi-Obidike (eds.) Music and Theatre Arts in Africa: A Festschrift in Honour of Professor Augustus Olatunji Vidal. [29 – 49]. Lagos: Centre for Information, Press and Public Relations,Lagos State University.

  • 2013a. ‘Theories in Christian Sacred Musicology: An African perspective’. In Charles Aluede, Kayode Samuel and ‘Femi Adedeji (eds.) African Musicology: Past Present and Future, a Festschrift for Mosunmola Ayinke Omibiyi-Obidike. [103 – 120]. Ile Ife: Association of Nigerian Musicologists.

  • 2013b. ‘African Musicology: Developments and Challenges in the Contemporary Times’. In Charles Aluede, Kayode Samuel and ‘Femi Adedeji (eds.) African Musicology: Past Present and Future, a Festschrift for Mosunmola Ayinke Omibiyi-Obidike. [85-102]. Ile Ife: Association of Nigerian