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|Title:||A collection of hymns, with several translations from the hymn-book of the Moravian Brethren. The second edition.|
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Page 87 - First-born of many brethren thou ! To thee, lo ! all our souls we bow : To thee our hearts and hands we give : Thine may we die, thine may we live ! 2-6s&4-7s. Cité dans 55 livres de 1742 à 2005. Page 46 - A barren uncouth prospect yield. Cité dans 16 livres de 1742 à 1908
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Redirected from The Moravian Hymn Book). Hymnals, also called hymnbooks (or hymn books) and occasionally hymnaries, are books of hymns sung by religious congregations. The Christian Hymnary (1972). Zion's Praises (1987). Zion's Harp (Harpa de Sion). Anglican Church of Canada.
John Brownlie s Hymns and Hymn- Writers of The. Church Hymnary] and other books, to which reference is made in the following pages. Mr. W. T. Brooke, the expert in hymnology, began the preparation of such a volume as this, and his notes have helped the writer in various ways, epecially in dealing with the problems of the text and authorship of some well-known hymns. The Oxford Methodists soon became friendly with their Moravian fellow passengers. John Wesley s impressible nature was especially touched by the bright faith and humble, cheerful piety of these good people, who sang their beloved Lutheran hymns day by day through the most tempestuous weather. Wesley described it as a collection of those hymns which are (I think) some of the best we have published. This, therefore, I recommend preferable to all others.
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This book examines the hymns of the 1694 Wissahickon settlement under Johannes Kelpius, the 18th century Ephrata Cloister of Conrad Beissel, and the hymn life of the Bethlehem Moravian Unitas Fratrum. Among the later writers of hymn text or music selected for this study are William Kirkpatrick, John Wyeth, William Gustavus Fischer, Francis Hopkinson, Eleanor C. Donnelly, and many more. Sample texts are included for many hymns, and six musical scores are reproduced. Of special interest are the earliest texts and music from the Wissahickon and Ephrata communities . A collection of hymns, with several translations from the hymn-book of the Moravian brethren. July 18, 2018 Collection. Author: Collection Publisher: . ISBN: . Category: Page: . View: 6710.
The Moravian Hymn Book authorized for use in the British Province of the Moravian Church (1969) the whole Christian tradition of hymnody. Index to first lines, Index of authors and translators. This Hymn Book is also used in the English speaking Caribbean. It includes a collection of Liturgies (revised 1960). Spiritualist Hymnal: a Revised Collection of Words and Music for the Congregation. Second e. lst printing 1960, 2nd printing 1964. Spiritualists' Hymn Book.
First Hymn Book of the Unitas Fratrum (1501). In "the Bohemian tongue", compiled by Bishop Luke of Prague, printed in Prague First Hymn Book of the Renewed Church (1735). First English Moravian Hymn Book (1741) The Moravian Hymn Book authorized for use in the British Province of the Moravian Church (1969) Moravian Book of Worship (1995) the service book of the Moravian Church in North America. New Apostolic Church. New Apostolic Hymnal.
The Moravian Hymn Book authorized for use in the British Province of the Moravian Church (1969) the whole Christian tradition of hymnody. There are also several monastic rites slightly different from the old Tridentine Mass, such as the Dominican Rite and the Carthusian Rite. The latter remains in use, exclusively in Latin; the former was translated entirely into English, but is always celebrated in Latin; its use has become rare, but it is still celebrated on occasion.