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This beautifully bound volume contains personal prayers for almost every life circumstance, including: Prayers for morning and evening; Our life of worship; Throughout the church year; For the church; For the nation and the world; For family and neighbors; For the sick, convalescing, and the dying; Personal prayers; and more.

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Dennis Roser rated it it was amazing Nov 26, Lutherans of Scandinavian origin preserved into this century a core of their own traditional texts in translation while adopting hymns of other denominations.

Beginning in the 18th century, however, Lutheran synods of the USA, particularly those under the influence of the patriarch Henry Melchior Muhlenberg, issued a sequence of both German and English hymnals which displayed strong unionist tendencies and included selections of hymns of Anglican and Wesleyan origin. These culminated in the Common Service Book music edition, Philadelphia The decidedly ecumenical repertoire of this book included 14 plainsong melodies, 37 Scandinavian chorales, and British tunes that outnumbered German chorales two to one voices Matins and Vespers were in 'Anglican Chant'.

This book represented a tradition closer to the confessional movement within Lutheranism.

The Lutheran Book of Worship-Quarter Century Reckoning

In it the original rhythmic versions of the German chorales made up half the collection. The choice of texts reflected the theological preference of the Missouri Synod with its stress on doctrine as a factor in hymnody: 'the doctrinal repristination spreading as much by singing as by preaching' DeLaney, p The service settings, expanded to include Matins, Vespers and Compline, Litany and Canticles, are the work of American Lutheran composers in a mixture of neo-plainsong and contemporary hymn styles.


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The hymns offer a fresh and functional representation of new texts and tunes together with a Lutheran-biased selection of ecumenical repertoire. All hymnals maintain the Lutheran practice, dating from the 16th century, of collecting into one volume the hymns, the psalter, and the liturgical orders with propers and lections. What does unite the Lutheran churches in North America is the singular contribution of Reformation Lutheranism to congregational worship: the emphasis upon the role of congregational singing in the corporate worship response and especially upon the crucial place the hymn assumes both in the service and in the home, the hymnal as 'the people's prayer book' Reed, p Congregations sustain a healthy tradition of volunteer choirs and concern themselves with the acquisition of good quality pipe organs.

The Lutheran musical climate has fostered the incipient musicianship of two of Canada's most distinguished choir conductors, A. Vogt and Elmer Iseler. The latter's interest in choral music developed at Waterloo College Wilfrid Laurier University under the guidance of Ulrich Leupold , who was in charge of the church music courses at the college's Waterloo Lutheran Seminary and was the foremost church musician in Canadian Lutheranism. Leupold's influence - pastoral, theological, and musical - was felt in the parishes through his encouragement of amateur music making and proper standards of service performance.

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He served on many Lutheran and ecumenical councils and was chairman in of the committee on music of the Lutheran Church of America Commission on Worship. The spirit of lively musical Gemeinschaft community in Canadian Lutheranism has not encouraged significant composition of church music or the cultivation of professionalism in parish musical leadership.

The exception lies in those individual congregations eg, Latvian and Estonian whose concert choirs serve a nationalistic as well as an ecclesiastical function and whose small but qualitatively substantial repertoire of anthems and cantatas developed after World War II. By no Lutheran educational institution in Canada was devoted significantly to musical training. The choir-school movement was non-existent.

Review: Commentary on Luther’s Catechisms: Lord’s Prayer

The English-language congregations depended for service material upon the US Lutheran publishing houses, and, after the death of Leupold, there were no Canadian musicians on the inter-Lutheran Commission on Worship responsible for the preparation of a series of new liturgical settings, orders, and hymnals. Wiegner, Paul E. Cronmiller, Carl Raymond. Nyholm, Paul C. Ryden, Ernest R. DeLaney, E. Search The Canadian Encyclopedia. Remember me. I forgot my password.


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