hymnology

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hymnology

1. the study of hymn composition
2. another word for hymnody
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Church musicians, hymnologists, and other religious workers will benefit greatly from the inspiration reflected in this unique biography of William J.
A discussion of this hymnal would have been quite interesting and helpful to Baptist church musicians, hymnologists, and other interested persons in the area of Baptist hymnody in North America.
This collection is not only of interest to hymnologists, but also to those concerned with developments in theology, sacred music, church history, or with the role of religion in the development of the cultural heritage of Great Britain and America.
Benson (1855-1930), a Presbyterian minister generally recognized as America's greatest hymnologist.
Most hymnologists, musicologists, and church musicians never even ask the question about where tunes come from.
This interesting, well-researched volume of early American hymnody is highly recommended for serious hymnologists or for interested pastors, musicians (especially church musicians), and social historians.
A team of hymnologists was enlisted to investigate hymnological collections around the world.