hymn-singing

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hymn-singing

nSingen nt(von Chorälen); we had hymn-singing once a weekwir hatten einmal in der Woche Choralsingen
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Africa's largest city - Lagos - closes dozens of mosques, churches and nightclubs to reduce noise for its 20 million residents long used to lusty hymn-singing, horns and boom boxes that rattle the foundations of homes.
At the ceremony, with Beamish staff in Georgian costume and hymn-singing led by the children of Normanby Primary School, near the church's old parish, the museum's assistant director Jim Rees told the story.
The two other ladies, at the centre of the photograph are Clara's daughters - Marian, who taught the infants at the school, and Eira, who used her skills as a pianist to lead the pupils in hymn-singing .
Ives experimented with playing in two Keys at the same time, and absorbed into his music all the cacophony of his small Connecticut home town, including out-of-tune hymn-singing, out-of-step marching bandsmen, rival groups playing different tunes simultaneously at town festivals.
Now he has set himself a national challenge - to revive Cymanfa Ganu community hymn-singing across the whole of Wales.
Watts hymn-singing style was "a seminal dimension in the evolution of black musical identity" (4).
Dechrau Canu Dechrau Canmol, S4C's worship and hymn-singing series, will mark the birthday with a service of thanksgiving on November 4.
My concept is a stop on a congregation's hymn-singing journey.
He faces a battle to top the poll in his constituency this week from hymn-singing MP, Rev Willie McCrea of Ian Paisley's Democratic Unionist Party, who won Burnside's seat at the general election.
The required breath control of hymn-singing tranquilizes the body.
It is aimed at African and Afro-Caribbean people and people will also be raising money for charity the Anthony Nolan Trust through hymn-singing.
A girls' choir from her former school, Our Lady's High in Motherwell, led the hymn-singing.