Treasure No 33: ‘100 Hymns for Today’—a Supplement to Hymns Ancient and Modern

Treasure No 33: ‘100 Hymns for Today’—a Supplement to Hymns Ancient and Modern by Alan Luff: An article from Bulletin 117, Autumn 1969 Clowes, 1969. he new supplement to Hymns Ancient and Modern will receive a very wary reception. It will be seen by some as being in the tradition of the First and Second Supplements that make up the …

Treasure No 31: Hymns in School Worship

Treasure No 31: Hymns in School Worship by Donald Hughes, Head Master of Rydal School: An article from Bulletin 104, September 1965 the nature of things, a schoolmaster spends most of his time addressing people who know less about what he is talking about than he does. He has chosen his career with this principle in mind. .By the time …

Treasure No 29: A Valuable Bibliography

Treasure No 29: A Valuable Bibliography: An article from Bulletin 102, January 1965 A Short Bibliography for the Study of Hymns. Occasional Paper XXV of the Hymn Society of America. Obtainable from 475 Riverside Drive, New York 27. Price, 60 cents. his is one of the best, things that have come from the American Hymn Society. It is a bibliography …

Treasure No 28: Bad Poetry or Good Light Verse?

Treasure No 28: Bad Poetry or Good Light Verse? by Norman Nicolson: An article from Bulletin 101, Autumn 1964 (From the Church Times, April 24th, 1964, by courtesy of the Editor) ight verse, poor girl, is under a sad weather’—so said Mr W. H. Auden in Letters from Iceland, which contains perhaps the most brilliant, sustained specimen of the form …

Treasure No 27: What Shall They Sing

Treasure No 27: What Shall They Sing by J. T. Slater, of Slough Grammar School: An article from Bulletin 100, Spring 1964 (This article, which we reprint by kind permission of the Editor of the Bulletin of the University of Leeds Institute of Education, appeared in that journal in November, 1961. With so much new interest in hymns as a …

Treasure No 26: Some Useful Dates

Treasure No 26: Some Useful Dates by Andrew Hayden: An article from Bulletin 99, Winter 1963 r Andrew J. Hayden has sent the following list of dates of the deaths of authors and composers of hymns who died between 1951 and 1960. Since such information is often peculiarly difficult to come by, we reproduce it here, with thanks to its …

Treasure No 24: The Rich Man in His Castles

Treasure No 24: The Rich Man in His Castles by Maurice Frost: An article from Bulletin 93, Autumn 1961, also Correspondence: Bulletin 94, Winter 1961, ‘The Rich Man In His Castle’ The rich man in his castle, The poor man at his gate, God made them, high or lowly, And ordered their estate. o does the offending verse read in …