Definition of Hymnology. Meaning of Hymnology. Synonyms of Hymnology

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Definition of Hymnology

Hymnology
Hymnology Hym*nol"o*gy, n. [Gr. ? hymn + -logy: cf. F. hymnologie.] 1. The hymns or sacred lyrics composed by authors of a particular country or period; as, the hymnology of the eighteenth century; also, the collective body of hymns used by any particular church or religious body; as, the Anglican hymnology. 2. A knowledge of hymns; a treatise on hymns.

Meaning of Hymnology from wikipedia

- Hymnology (from Gr**** ὕμνος hymnos, "song of praise" and -λογία -logia, "study of") is the scholarly study of religious song, or the hymn, in its many...
- hymnologist, and the scholarly study of hymns, hymnists and hymnody is hymnology. The music to which a hymn may be sung is a hymn tune. In many Evangelical...
- Introduction to Christian Hymnology, 1980, p. 136-137 H. Eskew, H.T. McElrath, Sing with Understanding: An Introduction to Christian Hymnology, 1980, p. 137 Ecclessiastical...
- hymnbook entitled "At Jesus' Feet". Attributed to him by the Dictionary of Hymnology are the following hymns: Bright falls the morning light Gentle Jesus,...
- as the editor of A Dictionary of Hymnology which remains a common reference for those studying hymnody and hymnology. His own estimate was that there...
- org". — Extensive database of hymns and hymnology resources; incorporates the Dictionary of North American Hymnology, a comprehensive database of North American...
- A Dictionary of Hymnology: Origin and History of Christian Hymns and Hymnwriters of All Ages and Nations, Together with Biographical and Critical Notices...
- Among these were Louis Favez of Mauritius. Wigram contributed to the hymnology of the Brethren ****emblies in a number of ways. He edited the anthology...
- In Judaism, trope (or Yiddish טראָפּ trop) is the musical pronunciation ****ociated with the cantillation marks (accents) used for the ritual chanting of...
- König der Ehren", published in 1680. John Julian in his A Dictionary of Hymnology calls the German original "a magnificent hymn of praise to God, perhaps...
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