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hymnal

a book of hymns
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they created the East Asia Christian Conference Hymnal (Tokyo: EACC,
An attempt was made in the 1980s to strip Onward, Christian Soldiers from the United Methodist Hymnal and the Episcopal Hymnal 1982 due to perceived militarism.
These were the first hymnals to receive the endorsement of national and regional Baptist bodies.
The contract is Prepress and printing hymnals, citylights, posters for the needs of the Office of the President in 2015.
The first edition of the Psalter-Spiel borrowed its hymns to a great extent from Freylinghausen's hymnals.
Karl Christian Thust brings a wealth of experience as a pastor, church musician, and scholar to bear in this commenutty on hymns of the Evangelisches Gesangbuch (Leipzig: Evangelische Verlagsanstalt, 1995), the principal hymnal used by the Lutheran Church in Germany.
has place advertisements in this magazine over the past year or so to help promote its new hymnals.
Several other Protestant churches overhauled hymnals recently: the two biggest Lutheran denominations in 2006 and the Southern Baptist Convention in 2008.
Ives lists fifteen appearances in hymnals (with or without music), 172 pre-1900 musical settings of Rossetti's poems, and a small selection of significant musical settings up to 1950.
One is traditional hymns that are found in the hymnals in the pews.
1918), who was responsible for publishing hymnals in evangelical Christianity.
Believing that studies in hymnology can offer an aesthetic gauge for levels of indigenization and spiritual maturity, she assesses these matters within hymnals produced not only in Mainland China but also in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and other places in Asia where overseas Chinese live and worship.