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Old 05-31-2020, 11:35 AM   #11
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Default Re: Hymn tunebook

Originally Posted by pancelticpiper View Post
Once again I'll be the Hymn pedant and point out that a "Hymn tunebook" is an oxymoron.

In traditional Hymnody "Hymns" are sets of words. They're like a poem, one could say. A Hymn has no melody, no tune.
Hmm, thatís interesting and makes sense. Love a good Oxymoron!

Cheers for your input and advise.
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