Definition of Hymnist. Meaning of Hymnist. Synonyms of Hymnist

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Definition of Hymnist

Hymnist
Hymnist Hym"nist, n. A writer of hymns.

Meaning of Hymnist from wikipedia

- A hymn writer (or hymnwriter or hymnist or hymnographer) is someone who writes the text, music or both of hymns. In the Judeo-Christian tradition the...
- Cecil Frances Alexander (April 1818 – 12 October 1895) was an Anglo-Irish hymnwriter and poet. Amongst other works, she wrote "All Things Bright and Beautiful"...
- "It Is Well With My Soul" is a hymn penned by hymnist Horatio Spafford and composed by Philip Bliss. First published in Gospel Hymns No. 2 by Ira Sankey...
- Robert Robinson (27 September 1735 – 9 June 1790) was an English Dissenter, influential Baptist and scholar who made a lifelong study of the antiquity...
- John Newton (/ˈnjuːtən/; 4 August [O.S. 24 July] 1725 – 21 December 1807) was an English Anglican cleric, a captain of slave ships who later became an...
- (hymnos), which means "a song of praise". A writer of hymns is known as a hymnist. The singing or composition of hymns is called hymnody. Collections of...
- Hawks (May 28, 1836 - January 3, 1918) was an American poet and gospel hymnist who wrote a number of hymns with her pastor, Robert Lowry. She contributed...
- Rev. John Brownlie D.D. (3 August 1857 - 18 November 1925) was a Scottish hymnodist best known for his translations of early Gr**** and Latin hymns into...
- New Jersey. Hewitt was cousin to Edgar Page Stites, another well-known hymnist who wrote the lyrics to "Beulah Land." Church Hymnal - 1951, Pathway Press:...
- William Hammond (6 January 1719 – 19 August 1783) was an English hymnist. He was born in Battle, Sus****, England. He was educated at Saint John's College...