from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A student of hymnology; a connoisseur in the history, classification, criticism, and use of hymns.
- noun A hymn-writer.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A composer or compiler of hymns; one versed in hymnology.
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- noun A composer or compiler of
hymns; one versed in hymnology.
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Work of that kind is useful, and absolutely necessary for certain purposes; but, unless for the hymnologist, or for the liturgiologist, it is far from being attractive.
"Thy nature and Thy name is love," says the great hymnologist, Charles Wesley.
This version of the Anglican hymnologist is only less popular than that of Brother Caswall, which is found alike in
Some time ago an interesting suggestion was made by an Anglican hymnologist
The Anglican hymnologist, Dr.J. M. Neale, introduced the Speciosa to the English-speaking world in 1866, and ascribed it to Jacopone.
Bishop of Rennes, ecclesiastical writer and hymnologist, b. about
The hymnologist asks, "What type of sacred song did such a life develop?"
He can speak and write twenty-eight tongues, including the Chinese and three African languages, and is also eminent as a priest, hymnologist and religious editor.
A consideration of the claims of Montgomery to his recognised rank as a hymnologist.
We must now advert to the claims of Montgomery to the title and reputation of a hymnologist.