The English Hymn: A Critical and Historical Study
Clarendon Press, 1997 - 552 Seiten
Why do people sing hymns? Are hymns poetry? What makes a good hymn? The author discusses the nature of hymns and their particular appeal, examines the English hymn as a literary form, and systematically describes its development through four centuries, from the Reformation to the mid-twentieth
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The State of the Art I
The Singing of Hymns and the Experience of Metre
The Whole Booke of Psalmes
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