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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

References in classic literature ?
xvii), and to "Demeter" (xiii) are mere abstracts of the longer hymns iv, xxxiii, and ii.
The Hymn is doubtless a very ancient form; but if no example of extreme antiquity survive this must be put down to the fact that until the age of literary consciousness, such things are not preserved.
While it appears to have been a hymn of the longer type (15), we have no evidence to show either its scope or date.
All these considerations point to the seventh century as the probable date of the hymn.
The "Hymn to Apollo" consists of two parts, which beyond any doubt were originally distinct, a Delian hymn and a Pythian hymn.
The Delian hymn describes how Leto, in travail with Apollo, sought out a place in which to bear her son, and how Apollo, born in Delos, at once claimed for himself the lyre, the bow, and prophecy.
294-299) seems to have been still standing when the hymn was written, and this temple was burned in
The hymn must therefore be later than that date, though Terpander, according to Weir Smyth (16), may have only modified the scale of the lyre; yet while the burlesque character precludes an early date, this feature is far removed, as Allen and Sikes remark, from the silliness of the "Battle of the Frogs and Mice", so that a date in the earlier part of the sixth century is most probable.
The influence of Hesiod is clear, and the hymn has almost certainly been used by the author of the "Hymn to Demeter", so that the date must lie between these two periods, and the seventh century seems to be the latest date possible.
The only other considerable hymn is that to "Pan", which describes how he roams hunting among the mountains and thickets and streams, how he makes music at dusk while returning from the chase, and how he joins in dancing with the nymphs who sing the story of his birth.
I'm not aware of any other hymns inspired by the work of political leaders in the European Parliament.
Bohol is requiring the singing of the ASEAN hymn during formal functions, which is a result of the engagement of the province with the delegates of the regional bloc.
In an effort to make Boholanos become more aware of the hosting of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) in the Philippines, Governor Edgar Chatto has proposed to issue a directive to have the ASEAN Hymn sung in the last two months of 2017 in Bohol.
The very last hymns are Crown Him with Many Crowns, There's a Wideness in God's Mercy, and The Church's One Foundation.
There are a couple of hymns sung to the Danny Boy tune and I've always liked singing them.