[ UK /hˈɪmnədi/ ]
  1. the act of singing psalms or hymns
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How To Use hymnody In A Sentence

  • Again, the miserable poverty of so much contemporary hymnody likewise undermines the most careful attention to liturgy.
  • Listening to the hymnody for the Vigil of Palm Sunday, the hymnographer, without apology for the discrepancy, races to it and declares: Glory to God for All Things
  • While some looked for a one-kind-fits-all solution, the actual hymnody reflected a more complicated situation.
  • Noteworthy also is the greater use of one another's legacy of hymnody.
  • There is very little that reflects the Christian hymnody of ‘field and forest, flowery meadow, flashing sea.’
  • She attends to the scriptural basis of prayer and hymnody, as well as reading and sermon.
  • Of the discursive chapters, Duck's review of Trinitarian language in English-language hymnody is probably the most illuminating.
  • Wither is considered a pioneer of English hymnody because of his Hymnes and Songs of the Church published in 1623.
  • We can also benefit from our African brothers and sisters when it comes to hymnody, song and melody.
  • Cyberspace will not eclipse the Eucharist or destroy Protestant hymnody, although it might frustrate a lot of liturgists and composers!
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