Hymns Ancient and Modern
Hymns Ancient and Modern for use in the Services of the Church (1861); Appendix, 1868; Second Edition, 1875; Supplement, 1889; New and Revised Edition, 1904; Second Supplement, 1916; Standard Edition, 1922; Hymns Ancient and Modern Revised, 1950; Hymns Ancient and Modern New Standard Edition, 1983; Common Praise, 2000; Ancient and Modern: Hymns and Songs for Refreshing Worship, 2013.
[note: Sing Praise is annotated separately].
The 19th Century
During the first half of the 19th century, the singing of hymns, previously associated with Methodists and evangelicals, had slowly increased in the worship of the Church of England. Thomas Cotterill* had produced A Selection of Hymns for Public and...
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