Music plays a larger role in the book of Revelation than in any other book of the New Testament, and few books in all of Scripture have spawned more hymns sung in Christian worship today. Attention to how the hymnic material in Revelation would have sounded to the Christians who first heard it, to the place of these hymns in Revelation as a whole, and to their relation to the rest of Scripture can help revitalize the singing of the hymns these passages have inspired.
Word & World
Koester, Craig R. “The Distant Triumph Song: Music and the Book of Revelation.” Word & World 12, no. 3 (1992): 243–49.
Koester, Craig R., "The Distant Triumph Song: Music and the Book of Revelation" (1992). Faculty Publications. 128.