Songs of Syon (1904)
Songs of Syon (1904). The full title was Songs of Syon: A Collection of Hymns and Sacred Poems Mostly Translated from Ancient Greek, Latin and German Sources. It was a compilation of hymns edited or composed by George Ratcliffe Woodward* and first published as a music edition and a text edition in 1904. Schotts published the music and text was published by the Plainsong and Medieval Music Society and printed at the Convent at Wantage. The preface was contributed by Athelstan Riley*. In 1908 a new and enlarged edition was produced, with the title Songs of Syon: A Collection of Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs for Public and Private Use. While the first edition had 201 items, this later...
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