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  • Author:
    David R. Breed
  • ISBN:
    1110471866
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    978-1110471867
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    BiblioLife (June 4, 2009)
  • Pages:
    368 pages
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Hymns - History and criticism.

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I desired a text-book from which my students might obtain a comprehensive knowledge of the history and use of sacred song, with out being burdened . I also desired a book in which the study of hymns and of tunes was combined.

I desired a text-book from which my students might obtain a comprehensive knowledge of the history and use of sacred song, with out being burdened with those technical details which a beginner has neither the time to master nor the ability to understand.

The widely used Akathist Hymn (meaning the unseated hymn) to the Theotokos (Mother of God) is attributed to Saint Romanos the Melodist who . The History and Use of Hymns and Hymn-Tunes by David R Breed 2009.

The widely used Akathist Hymn (meaning the unseated hymn) to the Theotokos (Mother of God) is attributed to Saint Romanos the Melodist who composed many (perhaps several hundred) hymns to saints during the 6th century. The attribution is not supported by recent scholarship, but Romanos did make a vital contribution to the Marian poetry in Constantinople. In the Orthodox weekly. liturgical cycle, Wednesday is dedicated to the Theotokos, and all daily services include numerous Marian hymns. ISBN 1-110-47186-6 page 17. ^ Mary, Mother of God by Carl E. Braaten, Robert W. Jenson 2004.

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