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Synonyms for hymn

song of praise

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Synonyms for hymn

a song of praise (to God or to a saint or to a nation)

sing a hymn

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praise by singing a hymn

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The drive to extend the capacity of discernment and to figure that extension in a suitably unhindered poetic form characterizes the Romantic odist, Curran suggests, whereas the Romantic hymnist aims for complete absorption in his object of praise.
Prys Edwards from Aberystwyth is the guardian of an old chest that was once owned by the famous hymnist David Charles and Rob Lewis from Rhayader talked to us about the inheritance of a successful family as well as the lost inheritance of the Elan Valley.
Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Religious Poetics: Congregationalist Models of Hymnist and Preacher.
Another essay appearing in a subsequent issue of VP this year, Karen Dieleman's "Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Religious Poetics: Congregationalist Models of Hymnist and Preacher" (VP 45 [2007]: 135-157), similarly extends the range of works examined by critics by including a discussion of EBB's hymns (in particular, "The Measure") along with its consideration of works such as "The Seraphim," "A Drama of Exile," and Aurora Leigh.
The initial letters of each verse constitute a belligerent acrostic that is unlikely to be accidental; the Byzantine hymnist Romanos the Melode (6th century) also employed acrostic devices.
Tiruvannamalai, in the North Arcot District of Tamilnadu State, has been a sacred place since the seventh century when it was celebrated by the Saivite hymnist saints Appar and Nanacampantar.
The Choir will join Betsan Lewis on stage to sing Rwy''n Dy Weld Yn Sefyll - I See You Standing There - a song of great relevance to the family who are descendants of hymnist Ann Griffiths, who composed the original song.
Barrett's posturing as a hymnist even raised the possibility that her hymns might be viewed as public property: the hymn was (is) often changed by editors and compilers to suit their own or their congregation's preferences while the name of the hymnist is forgotten or pushed to an index of authors.
From the Llanfair on the Hill" the burial place of the Methodist revivalist and hymnist Williams Pantycelyn, "or Llanfair Mathafarn," the Anglesey abode of his eighteenth-century contemporary, the dissolute poetic genius Goronwy Owen, "blow him to the synagogue or blow him to the tavern" (my own translation).
September 14, 1814: Francis Scott Key, a gifted amateur poet and hymnist, inspired by the sight of the American flag flying over Fort McHenry the morning after the British bombardment of the U.
42) While most of the music on the album was original to the band, two of the songs, "I Boast No More" and "Laden With Guilt," were modern renditions of hymns originally written by Puritan pastor and prolific hymnist Isaac Watts.