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The Song Lingers On is
the fourth Keithahn/Horman collection of hymns. This volume contains
21 new hymns for various seasons and events -- and many suitable for
general use. Each hymn is presented both as poetry and interlined
with music. Detailed descriptive notes for each hymn are provided.
(93 pp.) "...deserves a special
place among our resources for music in worship which have both
integrity and popular appeal." (review
in The Hymn, July 2004)
As Bright as Lightning: The Hymns of Dan
As Bright as Lightning is the first collection
of hymns by noted American composer Dan Locklair. These creative hymn
tunes are paired with a number of newly written and older texts by
leading living authors, including Mary Louise Bringle, Fred Kaan,
Richard Leach, Michael Perry, Herman G. Stuempfle, Jr., Rae E.
Whitney, and others. (42 pp.) "...does
not disappoint... The contents of this volume are both a significant
and welcome addition to the hymnic repertoire."
(review in The Hymn, Autumn 2005)
Celebrate the Journey: The Hymns of Emma
Lou Diemer (#80101177)
Celebrate the Journey is the first collection
of hymns by noted American composer Emma Lou Diemer. Throughout her
distinguished career as a composer, Diemer has been highly active in
church music and has composed a number of hymns for various
commissions and the churches she has served. These have appeared in
such hymnals as The New Century Hymnal, The Presbyterian Hymnal,
and Ecumenical Praise. For the first time, Diemer's hymns are
now brought together in a single volume. The range of styles, texts,
and potential uses is vast and provides much new material for today's
worship. (42 pp.)