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Together in Song: Australian hymn book II | ulsterartistsonline.orgThis book explores how the publication of the Australian Hymn Book and Together in Songplaced Australia on the world map of hymnody for the first time and helped energise public worship. He is currently an honorary Professor in the Department of History. He has published many books and articles on various aspects of Australian history. In recent years his research and writing has centred on the role of religion in Australia and has led to the publication of The Place of Anglicanism in Australia. This challenging book breaks new ground in the field of Australian religious history by exploring the much neglected field of hymnody. It centres on the work of the Australian Hymn Book Committee and the publication of the Australian Hymn Book and Together in Song, compilations that placed Australia on the world map of hymnody for the first time.
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Publisher HarperCollins has told The Australian Hymn Book company, the ecumenical body that produces the hymnal, that it will not renew licence agreements with copyright holders when they expire in He said when Together in Song TIS was first published in it would have been expected that the year deal on licences would be renewed when the time came. Mr Nicholls said many congregations project lyrics on a screen and use their own repertoire of worship songs.
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Australian Hymn Book company director Philip Nicholls, said HarperCollins would have decided that it was not worth their while to renew the 12, copyright arrangements. He said when Together in Song TIS was first published in it would have been expected that the year deal on licences would be renewed when the time came. Philip said many congregations project lyrics on a screen and use their own repertoire of worship songs. Brisbane-based Uniting Church minister David MacGregor, who is a Uniting Church representative on the Australian Hymn Book editorial committee, said the decision not to continue printing TIS was regrettable and also urged congregations, schools and agencies to stockpile copies. TIS contains psalms, hymns and spiritual songs, including some especially written for the book, and includes the work of writers from 48 countries, with a strong representation of Indigenous and female authors. David said TIS was carefully curated, mixing in the revered traditional hymns with more contemporary worship songs. He said the book was also valuable in its theologically sound modern and eclectic approach to worship.
Holy holy holy My heart by Argentinian tradition Hoare In you O Lord have I taken refuge by. Sing a New Song explores the way in which these two hymnals evolved through a complex and australuan compilation and editorial process based on a firm belief that hymns are rich cultural artefacts possessing the capacity to influence the mindset and outlook of those who sing them.
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