Sing Praise: Hymns and Songs for Refreshing Worship (2010). Sing Praise was the latest in the line of hymnbooks stemming from Hymns Ancient and Modern* (A&M) of 1861. Published on the eve of that book’s 150th anniversary, the intention of this particular compilation was to complement existing mainstream hymnbooks rather than to replace them. Sing Praise is most closely tied to Common Praise (Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd, 2000) although there is some overlap for the benefit of other users. It was a joint venture between Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd and the Royal School of Church Music*.
Hymns written in a conventional style predominate although there is a significant selection of...
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