Some articles on hymn, hymns:
... However the Hymn to St Materiana in use at Tintagel calls her "Materiana, holy Mother" and prays her to "Over thy people still preside, over thy household, clothed in scarlet vesture of love ...
... Sacra Jam Splendent (Latin) - the opening words of the Roman Catholic hymn for Matins of the Feast of the Holy Family ... Pope Leo XIII composed the three hymns (Vespers, Matins, Lauds) of the Breviary Office ... The hymn for Matins contains nine Sapphic stanzas of the classical type of the first stanza The hymns for Vespers (O lux beata caelitum) and Lauds (O gente felix hospita) are in classical dimeter iambics, four-lined ...
... Husberg has 190 hymn tunes published in the United States, Canada, Brazil, the U.K, and China ... Her hymns are in hymnals and supplements published by a variety of publishers and denominations, including the popular Methodist supplement, The Faith We Sing, which also includes her most popular ... A new collection of 70 tunes was published in 2012 with texts by Lutheran poet and hymn text writer, Gracia Grindal ...
... Development of Divine Liturgy of St James Wikisource English transcription of Cherubic Hymn Author of English lyrics Gerard Moultrie Hymn melody Picardy (hymn) Prayers for Eucharistic ...
... Bridgewater - choral hymn Listen to MIDI file at Amaranth Publishing Lenox - choral hymn Listen to MIDI at Hymnary.org View Score at Hymnary.org Newton - choral hymn Green Field ...
More definitions of "hymn":
- (noun): A song of praise (to God or to a saint or to a nation).
- (verb): Praise by singing a hymn.
Example: "They hymned their love of God"
Famous quotes containing the word hymn:
“The starting point of the human and the end,
That in which space itself is contained, the gate
To the enclosure, day, the things illumined
By day, night and that which night illumines,
Night and its midnight-minting fragrances,
Nights hymn of the rock, as in a vivid sleep.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)
“Every formula which expresses a law of nature is a hymn of praise to God.”
—Maria Mitchell (18181889)