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AUSTRALIAN HYMN BOOK
BOGURODZICA
SEVENTH GALAXY
HYMN CELEBRATING CHRISTMAS
ORPHIC HYMN
FAVORITE HYMN
ANCIENT HYMN
AUTHOR
AMAZING GRACE
SACRED HYMN
FAMOUS HYMN
AKATHIST HYMN
BATTLE HYMN
CHARLES WESLEY
ELEUSINIAN MYSTERIES
HOMERIC HYMN
REV
STANZA
SONNET
SIKHS
SON
NORSE MYTHOLOGY
HYMNALS
LUTHERANS
LYRICS
ION
DEAD
GROUP
NAMES
ORIGIN
EARLIEST
READING
LIFE
BURDEN
LUTHERAN CHURCH
PRELUDE
POETRY
REPETITION
SHIVA
CHANT
CEREMONY
HONOR
GHEE
MUSIC
KIND
ARTEMIS
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    This Review contains major "Hymn"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. A hymn is a song specifically written as a song of praise, adoration or prayer, typically addressed to a god.
  2. The hymn is an early example of enumerating the names of a deity,[ 40] a tradition developed extensively in the sahasranama literature of Hinduism.
  3. 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.
  4. The hymn was composed by Spyros Samaras and the lyrics were penned by Kostis Palamas.
  5. The hymn was subsequently donated to the people of Malta.

Australian Hymn Book

  1. Since its publication in 1977, The Australian Hymn Book has been widely used throughout Australia.
  2. After a survey conducted in 1990, it was decided that a new edition of the Australian Hymn Book was needed.

Bogurodzica

  1. Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth forces (probably 16th-17th century) singing the Bogurodzica hymn before the battle.
  2. That is why Długosz called Bogurodzica "carmen patrium" (the hymn of the motherland).

Seventh Galaxy

  1. Hymn of the Seventh Galaxy (1973) was Return to Forever 's first jazz-rock album.

Hymn Celebrating Christmas

  1. Carol - A song or hymn celebrating Christmas.

Orphic Hymn

  1. The Orphic Hymn to Persephone identifies Praxidike as an epithet of Persephone: "Praxidike, subterranean queen.

Favorite Hymn

  1. So put on your favorite hymn or praise song, and dance away.

Ancient Hymn

  1. The details of this myth derive from the ancient Hymn to Demeter.
  2. The Sri Lalita Sahasranama is an ancient hymn of 1000 individual mantras describing various aspects of the Divine Mother.

Author

  1. Thomas Hastings (15 October 1784 – 15 May 1872) was an American composer, primarily an author of hymn tunes and texts.
  2. 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.

Amazing Grace

  1. 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.

Sacred Hymn

  1. Polyhymnia is the Greek Muse of the sacred hymn, eloquence and dance.

Famous Hymn

  1. The Lorica ("Breastplate"), a famous hymn attributed to Patrick, may date to a later period.

Akathist Hymn

  1. Pray and meditate upon the beautiful hymn to Mary, the Akathist Hymn, sung by the Eastern Church.

Battle Hymn

  1. Julia Ward Howe, Laura's mother, was famous for writing the words to The Battle Hymn of the Republic.
  2. 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.
  3. Julia Ward Howe (1819-1910), wrote poem that became the Battle Hymn of the Republic Julia Hütter (b.

Charles Wesley

  1. The popular expression of Methodist theology is in the hymn s of Charles Wesley.
  2. Charles Wesley, English hymn writer who wrote over 5500 hymns.

Eleusinian Mysteries

  1. The Hymn to Demeter [ DOC], 495 verses in length, is the canonical work associated with the Eleusinian Mysteries.

Homeric Hymn

  1. With these words from the Homeric Hymn to Demeter the Eleusinian mysteries were born.
  2. He was also the god of earthquakes (Homeric Hymn to Poseidon).
  3. With a new translation of the Homeric Hymn to Demeter by D. Staples.

Rev

  1. The Rev. Charles Wesley, M A., 'sweet singer of Methodism' and arguably the greatest hymn writer ever, died on March 29th 1788.

Stanza

  1. A division of a metrical composition, such as a stanza of a poem or hymn.

Sonnet

  1. Among the common lyric forms are the sonnet, ode, elegy, haiku, and the more personal kinds of hymn.

Sikhs

  1. However, a hukamnāmā formally refers to a hymn from the Gurū Granth Sāhib which is given as an order to Sikhs.

Son

  1. 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.
  2. Samuel Stennett D.D., the author of this hymn, was the son of Rev.

Norse Mythology

  1. The Thorsdrapa or Þórsdrápa (Hymn to Thor) is a poem of Norse mythology usually attributed to Eilífr Goðrúnarson (11th century).

Hymnals

  1. 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

  1. Lutherans like to sing, except when confronted with a new hymn or a hymn with more than four stanzas.

Lyrics

  1. 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.
  2. He handed it to Dun Karm, a well-known Maltese priest and poet, to write the lyrics for it as a school hymn.

Ion

  1. This indefatigable traveler also tells us that Caerus was regarded as the youngest child of Zeus in a hymn by Ion of Chios (ca.
  2. 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.

Dead

  1. He later performed penance to Lord Shiva and obtained the Sanjivani mantra (a hymn that can revive the dead).

Group

  1. A new edition of the Little Flock Hymn Book was produced in 1973 for use among this group.

Names

  1. Lalita Sahasranama names the various attributes of the Divine Mother, and all these names are organised in the form of a hymn.

Origin

  1. 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.
  2. Classical writers and the Hymn itself attribute the origin of the Great Mysteries at Eleusis, 14 miles from Athens, to Crete.

Earliest

  1. The earliest known English poem is a hymn on the creation; Bede attributes this to Cædmon (fl.

Reading

  1. Ten Questions with John Barton -  Open Book talks to John Barton about reading, writing and his ninth collection of poems, Hymn (Brick Books).
  2. 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.

Life

  1. In his poem "Hymn to Aten," Akhenaten praises Aten as the creator, and giver of life.
  2. La Marseillaise started life as a revolutionary battle song and a hymn to freedom.
  3. Integer vitae scelerisque purus "Untouched by life and free of wickedness" - by Horace, used as a funeral hymn.

Burden

  1. Burden: the choric line or lines that signal the end or the beginning of a stanza in a carol or hymn.

Lutheran Church

  1. A chorale was originally a hymn of the Lutheran church sung by the entire congregation.

Prelude

  1. The Trisagion Prayers are often said as a prelude to the akathist hymn.

Poetry

  1. 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.
  2. The oldest form of poetry, the hymn of religious inspiration, has played a major role in Armenian literature for centuries.

Repetition

  1. Hymn - the song consists of a continuous melody, without repetition.
  2. Wesley had built his hymn on the principle of repetition, the climax being in the two adjacent verses (as we have seen).

Shiva

  1. In Srisailam, he composed Shivanandalahari, a devotional hymn to Shiva.
  2. In Srisailam, he composed Shivanandalahari, a devotional hymn in praise of Shiva.

Chant

  1. 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.
  2. Sing a hymn to praise the Buddha: Chant a hymn to praise the Buddha—Praise the Buddha in hymns—Ngâm kệ tán Phật.

Ceremony

  1. He completed the choral works Hymn to St. Cecilia (his last collaboration with Auden) and A Ceremony of Carols during the long sea voyage.

Honor

  1. The life of the holy myrrh-bearer and equal-to-the-apostles Mary Magdalene, and the Akathist Hymn in her honor.

Ghee

  1. Ghee was frequently used for libations in Vedic rituals (see Yajurveda), and there is even a hymn to ghee.

Music

  1. Music from French composer Achille - Claude Debussy was played while the congregation united in grief to sing the hymn, Amazing Grace.

Kind

  1. Generals pray to Tu Matauenga with a specific karakia (a kind of hymn) so that he may join on their side.

Artemis

  1. 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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