hymnography

hymnography

(hɪmˈnɒɡrəfɪ)
n
the craft of hymn composition
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Among their topics are the textual affiliation of deluxe Byzantine Gospel books, the reception of Paul and of Pauline theology in the Byzantine period, the hagiographer's Bible: intertextuality and scriptural culture in the late sixth and first half of the seventh century, bearing witness: New Testament women in early Byzantine hymnography, and narrating the sacred story: New Testament cycles in middle and late Byzantine church decoration.
a) The Orthodox Hymnography makes one constantly aware of the fact that "no one living is without sin" (prayer from the Litany of the dead) and therefore it is natural that "From the great abundance of all our sins, ill be we in body, ailing also be we in soul.
In short, the argument from theophanies is an important "ingredient" in the gradual crystallization of a distinct exegesis, doctrine, liturgy, and spirituality from the earliest stages of the Jesus movement until well into the fifth century and, in the case of hymnography and iconography, until the ninth and the fifteenth centuries respectively.
He also notes that the present is important saying that Serbian Orthodox hymnography should also be seen as "hymned theology" and "as such, not an element of the past, but always an active tool in the everyday life of the Church" (n.
THE Dictionary of Hymnography is being republished.
McGuckin, 'Poetry and Hymnography (2): The Greek World', in The Oxford Handbook of Early Christian Studies, ed.
His metrical compositions, the madrashe, is said to have influenced hymnography in the Diocese of Oriens.
Topics include Byzantine church music and liturgical hymnography.
Eva Catygiotu, an American Orthodox of Greek origin, is more daring in her denunciation of the misogyny found in Byzantine hymnography.
The legal formula and the semi (pseudo)-historical narrative represent two of the most basic and widespread forms of ancient Israelite, and subsequent Jewish, literary expression (joined by the more poetic but less popular vehicles of prophecy and religious hymnography, namely the psalms and later the piyyut).
Through scripture readings, preaching, and hymnography, the Bible as the word of God is most fully conveyed to the people.
Hitherto hymnography has been the research domain of but a few specialists.