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  • n  a songbook containing a collection of hymns

  • Last week, for the first time at a Quaker world meeting, delegates of the North Carolina conference joined in hymns from a newly published hymnbook entitled Let Friends Sing, which .
  • Robert Shaw will star in the hymnbook version of Elmer Gantry, Sinclair Lewis' novel about a corrupt evangelist.
  • His hymnbook has been anathema to this crowd (whom he once branded "Democrats for the leisure class"), but their plan to stop Jackson on Super Tuesday in 1988 failed so miserably .

  • Bruce Hornsby in Top40-Charts.com
    Hornsby calls his distinctive style a meld of jazz pianist "Bill Evans-meets-the hymnbook. I've always loved Bill's harmonic conception that comes out of Ravel and the French Impressionists, and I've been influenced by folk hymnal harmonies and...
  • Rick Rubin in The Age
    Then one day (in early 2002), I think it was the anniversary of his mom's death, at any rate it was a day of some deep emotion for him, he came in and wanted to record gospel,Rubin remembers. "He had that hymnbook his mom had used to sing...

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