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Thu 21 Feb 2019 @ 21:31
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Author(s): Tim Ruffer, Anne Harrison, John Barnard
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The world's most famous hymn book has undergone a complete revision and now offers the broadest ever range of traditional hymns and the best from today's composers and hymn/song writers. 150 years since its first publication and after sales of 170 million copies, this brand new edition contains over 840 items, ranging from the Psalms to John Bell, Bernadette Farrell and Stuart Townend.
The guiding principles behind this collection are:
New features include added provision for all the seasons of the Church year, new items for carol services and other popular occasions where the repertoire is in need of refreshing, more choices for all-age worship, fresh translations of some ancient hymnody, beautiful new tunes, short songs and chants - alleluias, kyries, blessings etc. and music from the world church. This new edition includes 400 items not in the last revision of the hymn book in 2000.
A full range of indexes (including biblical and thematic) and a helpful guide to choosing hymns for every occasion will help to make Ancient & Modern the premier hymn collection of choice. This is the Melody edition.
There are discounts available for schools and churches looking to buy multiple copies - find out more at www.newaandm.co.uk .
Head of Publishing, Royal School of Church Music (RSCM). Anne Harrison has edited the Royal School of Church Music's Sunday by Sunday liturgy planner for ten years and is also on the editorial team for Praxis News of Worship. She is a member of Durham Diocesan Liturgical Committee and of the Executive Committee of the Hymn Society of Great Britain and Ireland. Appreciating a wide variety of musical styles in worship, she chaired the group which produced Sing Praise (Hymns A&M/RSCM 2010) and has a particular interest in the repertoires of the Iona Community and the Taize Community. John Barnard is a composer, arranger, choir-director and organist. He is a fellow of the Royal College of Organists and has written a number of popular hymn tunes. Gordon Giles is Vicar of St Mary Magdalene, Enfield, and Director of Post-Ordination Training for the Edmonton Episcopal Area of the Diocese of London. Previously Succentor of St Paul's Cathedral he has published many articles and books on hymnody and church music.
'It is my prediction that for those congregations who seek to keep pace with contemporary developments in hymn-writing ... this hymnal will quickly become the standard by which all others are judged.' New Directions 20130501 'if Common Worship was graded as 'Good' in 2000, this 2013 edition of A&M will certainly be a grade higher. It is a volume which deserves to be in regular use by all church musicians and worship leaders.' -- Ian Sharp Church Music Quarterly 20130901