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hymnal

a book of hymns
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Caption: Mary Williams checks out her new Braille transcription of the Common Praise hymnal.
Handbook to The Baptist Hymnal (Nashville: Convention Press, 1991), 214.
Taking Joseph's elision as a counterinvitation, I would like to look once more at Hymnal.
More often it reflects the hymnody that congregations like to sing and would expect in a contemporary hymnal with enough of the new to give it energy and interest.
For example, in the Bishop Lahey Hymnal (also known as the Catholic Book of Worship III) there is a hymn, No.
Her self-titled debut shows off her ethereal voice, which soars in renditions of Cherry Ghost's People Help The People and Fleet Foxes' White Winter Hymnal, and belies her true age, all 15 years of it.
A hymn by Violet Hay, in the Christian Science Hymnal, tells how God's angels "lift our thoughts above, they whisper God is Love" and concludes: "O wake and hear the angelsong that bids all discord cease, from pain and sorrow, doubt and fear, it brings us sweet release; and so our hearts find peace.
Clements Library at the University of Michigan, the Warrington Collection at the Hartford Seminary Library, the Warrington Hymnology Collection at the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary's Barbour Memorial Library, the music division of the Library Company of Philadelphia, and the Lowell Mason Hymnal Collection at the Yale Divinity Library.
The authors discussed the actual hymnal and their content and the organization of both texts and tunes.
Are they using the PCC hymnal, supporting Presbyterian camps?
Ernie Gordon explaining why the Anglican Church in Jamaica included reggae tunes "One Love" by Bob Harley and "Psalm 27" by Peter Tosh alongside traditional chants, chorales and evensongs in the church's new hymnal.
In addition to the essays by De Jong and Rogal, the second section of the book includes a detailed and charted study of hymnal indices by Mary Louise Van Dyke, who seeks to find out what meanings editors imposed on hymn texts by how they organized and designed their hymnals.