Treasure No 54: Copyright in Relation to Hymnody

Treasure No 54: Copyright in Relation to Hymnody by Bernard Braley: An article from Bulletin 179, Spring 1989 The purpose of copyright opyright serves to ensure that a text is not altered without permission. A writer may have wrestled for many hours over a single word or musical phrase or harmony. Copyright ensures that an author or composer is rewarded …

Treasure No 53: English and German Hymnody, Imports and Exports

Treasure No 53: English and German Hymnody, Imports and Exports by Robin Leaver: An article from Bulletin 177, Autumn 1988 anguage barriers are very real. It is not simply that different languages have different words for the same objects, but they also have different sounds, different rhythmical stresses, and different grammatical structures. There are thus enormous problems when one wishes …

Treasure No 48: Pastoral Revision of Hymns

Treasure No 48: Pastoral Revision of Hymns by Michael Perry: An article from Bulletin 156, Winter 1983 (This is a shortened and revised version of a lecture given at our 1982 Conference. Mr Perry is rector of Eversley, Hants., and a member of the words committee responsible for Hymns for Today’s Church (Hodder and Stoughton, 1982), a review of which …