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- A hymn is a song specifically written as a song of praise, adoration or prayer, typically addressed to a god.
- The hymn is an early example of enumerating the names of a deity,[ 40] a tradition developed extensively in the sahasranama literature of Hinduism.
- The hymn was adopted in late 2000 by President Vladimir Putin and replaced the The Patriotic Song, which had been the official anthem from 1990.
- The hymn was composed by Spyros Samaras and the lyrics were penned by Kostis Palamas.
- The hymn was subsequently donated to the people of Malta.
- Since its publication in 1977, The Australian Hymn Book has been widely used throughout Australia.
- After a survey conducted in 1990, it was decided that a new edition of the Australian Hymn Book was needed.
- Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth forces (probably 16th-17th century) singing the Bogurodzica hymn before the battle.
- That is why Długosz called Bogurodzica "carmen patrium" (the hymn of the motherland).
- Hymn of the Seventh Galaxy (1973) was Return to Forever 's first jazz-rock album.
- Carol - A song or hymn celebrating Christmas.
- The Orphic Hymn to Persephone identifies Praxidike as an epithet of Persephone: "Praxidike, subterranean queen.
- So put on your favorite hymn or praise song, and dance away.
- The details of this myth derive from the ancient Hymn to Demeter.
- The Sri Lalita Sahasranama is an ancient hymn of 1000 individual mantras describing various aspects of the Divine Mother.
- Thomas Hastings (15 October 1784 – 15 May 1872) was an American composer, primarily an author of hymn tunes and texts.
- Agnes Smedley was the author of Battle Hymn of China and a member of this Sorge spy ring of Soviet spies in Tokyo, along with Guenther Stein.
- It was a thrill to handle the edition of Olney Hymns in which the hymn that came to be known as Amazing Grace was first published.
- Polyhymnia is the Greek Muse of the sacred hymn, eloquence and dance.
- The Lorica ("Breastplate"), a famous hymn attributed to Patrick, may date to a later period.
- Pray and meditate upon the beautiful hymn to Mary, the Akathist Hymn, sung by the Eastern Church.
- Julia Ward Howe, Laura's mother, was famous for writing the words to The Battle Hymn of the Republic.
- Later the song " John Brown's Body " (the original title of the " Battle Hymn of the Republic ") became a Union marching song during the Civil War.
- Julia Ward Howe (1819-1910), wrote poem that became the Battle Hymn of the Republic Julia Hütter (b.
- The popular expression of Methodist theology is in the hymn s of Charles Wesley.
- Charles Wesley, English hymn writer who wrote over 5500 hymns.
- The Hymn to Demeter [ DOC], 495 verses in length, is the canonical work associated with the Eleusinian Mysteries.
- With these words from the Homeric Hymn to Demeter the Eleusinian mysteries were born.
- He was also the god of earthquakes (Homeric Hymn to Poseidon).
- With a new translation of the Homeric Hymn to Demeter by D. Staples.
- The Rev. Charles Wesley, M A., 'sweet singer of Methodism' and arguably the greatest hymn writer ever, died on March 29th 1788.
- A division of a metrical composition, such as a stanza of a poem or hymn.
- Among the common lyric forms are the sonnet, ode, elegy, haiku, and the more personal kinds of hymn.
- However, a hukamnāmā formally refers to a hymn from the Gurū Granth Sāhib which is given as an order to Sikhs.
- Phlyus himself is said by the Athenians to have been the son of Earth, and the hymn of Musaeus to Demeter made for the Lycomidae agrees.
- Samuel Stennett D.D., the author of this hymn, was the son of Rev.
- The Thorsdrapa or Þórsdrápa (Hymn to Thor) is a poem of Norse mythology usually attributed to Eilífr Goðrúnarson (11th century).
- The hymn, found in most hymnals, is known as the "Navy Hymn" because it is sung at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.
- Lutherans like to sing, except when confronted with a new hymn or a hymn with more than four stanzas.
- When the lyrics from a song are so projected, the same copyright laws apply as if sheet music or the hymn books have been purchased.
- He handed it to Dun Karm, a well-known Maltese priest and poet, to write the lyrics for it as a school hymn.
- This indefatigable traveler also tells us that Caerus was regarded as the youngest child of Zeus in a hymn by Ion of Chios (ca.
- I know that a hymn to Opportunity is one of the poems of Ion of Chios; in the hymn Opportunity is made out to be the youngest child of Zeus.
- He later performed penance to Lord Shiva and obtained the Sanjivani mantra (a hymn that can revive the dead).
- A new edition of the Little Flock Hymn Book was produced in 1973 for use among this group.
- Lalita Sahasranama names the various attributes of the Divine Mother, and all these names are organised in the form of a hymn.
- Most generally it is a hymn to Zeus, king of gods and men, but it encompasses the origin of the world (cosmogony) and of the other gods.
- Classical writers and the Hymn itself attribute the origin of the Great Mysteries at Eleusis, 14 miles from Athens, to Crete.
- The earliest known English poem is a hymn on the creation; Bede attributes this to Cædmon (fl.
- Ten Questions with John Barton - Open Book talks to John Barton about reading, writing and his ninth collection of poems, Hymn (Brick Books).
- Dame Malvina sang the hymn How Great Thou Art - a personal favourite of Sir Ed's - while Satanyand gave a reading, Ecclesiastes 3 from the Bible.
- In his poem "Hymn to Aten," Akhenaten praises Aten as the creator, and giver of life.
- La Marseillaise started life as a revolutionary battle song and a hymn to freedom.
- Integer vitae scelerisque purus "Untouched by life and free of wickedness" - by Horace, used as a funeral hymn.
- Burden: the choric line or lines that signal the end or the beginning of a stanza in a carol or hymn.
- A chorale was originally a hymn of the Lutheran church sung by the entire congregation.
- The Trisagion Prayers are often said as a prelude to the akathist hymn.
- Between 1981 and 2009, John has published nine collections of poetry, and this brings us to our true subject this evening, his most recent collection, Hymn.
- The oldest form of poetry, the hymn of religious inspiration, has played a major role in Armenian literature for centuries.
- Hymn - the song consists of a continuous melody, without repetition.
- Wesley had built his hymn on the principle of repetition, the climax being in the two adjacent verses (as we have seen).
- In Srisailam, he composed Shivanandalahari, a devotional hymn to Shiva.
- In Srisailam, he composed Shivanandalahari, a devotional hymn in praise of Shiva.
- And they bade Aeson's son offer to him the choicest of the sheep and when he had slain it chant the hymn of praise.
- Sing a hymn to praise the Buddha: Chant a hymn to praise the Buddha—Praise the Buddha in hymns—Ngâm kệ tán Phật.
- He completed the choral works Hymn to St. Cecilia (his last collaboration with Auden) and A Ceremony of Carols during the long sea voyage.
- The life of the holy myrrh-bearer and equal-to-the-apostles Mary Magdalene, and the Akathist Hymn in her honor.
- Ghee was frequently used for libations in Vedic rituals (see Yajurveda), and there is even a hymn to ghee.
- Music from French composer Achille - Claude Debussy was played while the congregation united in grief to sing the hymn, Amazing Grace.
- Generals pray to Tu Matauenga with a specific karakia (a kind of hymn) so that he may join on their side.
- The brother of Artemis and son of Leto and Zeus, he was born on the island of Delos (Homeric Hymn to Delian Apollo 30-90; Apollodorus 1.4.1).
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