Liturgical resources, liturgical musicology, hymnody, hymnology

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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Mar 26 2014 7:42 PM

Christian, in another thread you wrote:

Christian Locatell:
I've been looking for more liturgical resources to add to Logos' Reformed products.

Well, I happen to have a whole couple of shelves of liturgical and hymnological resources, because I plan the worship services in my church quite frequently. We draw from many different traditions, so my resources are not necessarily Reformed (my background) or even Anabaptist/Mennonite (my current church affiliation). But since you seem to have a particular interest in this category of resource, I thought I'd share with you what I've got that isn't in Logos yet and that I'd love to have digitally:

Books to aid in planning worship, liturgy, hymn selection:

Books about worship, liturgy, and hymnology:

Classic out-of-copyright works (should be in a "Classic Studies in Hymnology" collection):

I'm sure we could come up with more books that should be included in such a collection (for example some of the works in this CCEL list, and in a search on Amazon.com for: classic reprints hymn; for some reason the UK Amazon gives a cleaner list of results on this search).

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Jay Hildebrand | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jan 7 2021 7:54 AM

Hi Rosie,

Thanks for sharing this list! I am definitely looking into some of these titles.

I was trying to send you a message on Faithlife, but couldn't figure out how. I was interested in your church situation as you said you have a reformed background but are serving in an Anabaptist/Mennonite church.

I realize it's been almost seven years now, but I would love to hear more about your context, what you guys do for liturgy in your services, and what your experience has been. I tried messaging you on Faithlife, but I think we need to be in the same group or something. If you would like, you can reach out to me by email: hild.jay@gmail.com

Blessings to you today! Enjoy our Lord.

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