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An early hymn book compiled by R Roberts Birmingham predates the name ‘Christadelphian’ and contains no actual music, only lyrics. A book of anthems and motets compiled by G Dowie Edinburgh. This collection of 35 works includes Mason’s Pray for the peace of Jerusalemand was notated using both formal music notation and tonic sol-fa notation.
The first ‘official’ Christadelphian hymn book, compiled by R Roberts Birmingham. This was a text-only publication of Psalms and hymns, and 50 anthems.
The first ‘official’ Christadelphian hymn book with written music – both traditional notation and tonic sol-fa notation. Compiled by R Roberts Birmingham. A gorgeous publication with embellished pages, this book had hymns. Some of the editions used tonic sol-fa notation. This was published in, and hymm This hymnal, under the editorship of CC Walker Birminghamwas a revision of the hymn book, plus 73 new hymns.
At the time of its publication, this was the largest and most representative compilation of music used by Christadelphians for worship. J Carter Birmingham began the process towards the new book, christaselphian LG Sargent saw it through to completion after Carter’s death. Date unknown, this publication contains youth pieces, including Sing Hosanna.
The music is written in lead sheet format. This widely-used Sunday School hymnal was published in Birmingham and contains some original works by R Standeven.
Both words-with-music, and words-only editions were produced.
These fabulous books from the s contain original pieces written by young people for the youth conferences in Australia. Many of these pieces have ended up in our hymnals including J Morgan’s Come to me.
This publication, compiled by C Clementson Hoddesdoncontain a wide range of musical styles including hymns, Taize pieces, Jewish-styled songs, anthems, and modern songs. This is the current hymn book used widely across the world. Original hymns include those by P Mundy and M Green. Again, an amazing range of music has been compiled, from hymn tunes by O Gibbonsto newly written works by C Miles and other Christadelphian composers.
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Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates. Christadelphian Hymn Book The first ‘official’ Christadelphian hymn book with written music – both traditional notation and tonic sol-fa notation.
Youth Conference books These fabulous books from the s contain original pieces written by young people for the youth conferences in Australia.