Hymnal

Hymnal or hymnary or hymnbook is a collection of hymns, i.e. religious songs, usually in the form of a book. The earliest hand-written hymnals are known since Middle Ages in the context of European Christianity. The Reformation in the 16th century together with the newly discovered printing quickly made hymnals to a standard feature of Christian worship in all major denominations of Western and Central Europe.

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Chinese New Hymnal
... The Chinese New Hymnal was bugun being edited in 1980 when persecution against religion, especially against Christianity, during the Cultural Revolution subsided and public Christian worship re-started ... The Chinese New Hymnal includes 400 hymns, with the addendum of 40 "Short Songs" ... "The English-Chinese Bilingual New Hymnal" was later published, in 1998, but is hard to obtain ...
Lutheran Hymnal With Supplement
... The 'Lutheran Hymnal with Supplement' is the second official hymnal of the Lutheran Church of Australia, first published in its present form in 1989 ...
Lutheran Hymnal With Supplement - The 'Lutheran Hymnal'
... meeting of the Committee that was to produce this new Hymnal, was held on the 23rd of August, 1951, in Adelaide, South Australia ... These became official in 1966, though the Hymnal they were to appear in had not yet been produced at that time ... hymnological material had been prepared, and the 'Lutheran Hymnal' was published, by the Lutheran Publishing House, in Adelaide ...
Seventh-day Adventist Hymnal - Companion Book
... Companion to the Seventh-day Adventist Hymnal (ISBN 0-8280-0425-0) was authored by Wayne Hooper (musical co-editor of the hymnal) and Edward E ... It contains the history of each hymn in the hymnal and biographical information on the composers and authors ...