Definition of Hymnals
1. Noun. (plural of hymnal) ¹
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Definition of Hymnals
1. hymnal [n] - See also: hymnal
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Literary usage of Hymnals
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Christian Pastor and the Working Church by Washington Gladden (1898)
"The hymnals now in use are, as a rule, far better than those of a former day ... The consequence is that when the hymnals which try to confine themselves to ..."
2. Anglican Hymnology; Being an Account of the 325 Standard Hymns of the by James King (1885)
"THE following is a list of the fifty-two hymnals collated :— 1. ... It contains 473 hymns, and has obtained the widest circulation of all hymnals. 5. ..."
3. Christian Work in Latin America (1917)
"hymnals. Wherever the gospel goes it sets the people to singing. Nowhere has this been shown more clearly than among the music-loving nations of Latin ..."
4. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1888)
"HYMNS AND hymnals.' THK question, What is a hymn ? may be fairly set down as one of those subordinate and collateral queries growing out of the larger and ..."
5. Musical Ministries in the Church: Studies in the History, Theory, and by Waldo Selden Pratt (1914)
"AMERICAN CHURCH hymnals published since 1880, arranged in order of date. THE EVANGELICAL HYMNAL. ..."
6. Journal of the ... Annual Convention, Diocese of New Jersey by Convention, Diocese of New Jersey, Episcopal Church (1903)
"During the year past grants have been made of loo Prayer Books and loo hymnals to Christ Church, Trenton: 30 Prayer Books and 30 hymnals to Church of Our ..."
7. University Musical Encyclopedia by Louis Charles Elson (1910)
"... Tune-Book"—"Harmonia Sacra" by Butts— Other Wesleyan hymnals and Five Excellent Rules for Congregational Singing. A LL the great religious revivals of ..."
8. The Book of Common Prayer and Books Connected with Its Origin and Growth by Josiah Henry Benton, William Muss-Arnolt (1914)
"1895. x, 545 THE PSALMS IN METRE AND IN PROSE hymnals AND ANTHEMS 329. The Whole Booke of Psalmes, collected into English meeter by Tho. ..."