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Fonds
Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada (MSCC) fonds
Series
MSCC Lantern Slides
Material Type
Graphic material
Description Level
Item
  1 image  
Fonds Number
008
Fonds
Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada (MSCC) fonds
Series
MSCC Lantern Slides
Material Type
Graphic material
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 glass slide : b&w. ; 8 x 8 cm
Scope and Content
Photo consists of the words for the hymn, Stand up! Stand up for Jesus!
Notes
Slide labelled : Mission slides, M.S.C.C., Toronto Set No. 3039, Slide No. A
Part of script: 3039 - Early Men of the North, by C.E. Whittaker, [ca.1936].
Accession Number
P7507
Item Number
3039-0A
Images
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The ASB Psalter and canticles : set to Anglican chants

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog5514
Publication Date
[1981]
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
M 2168.6 A26 1981
Edition
1st ed.
Place
London
Publisher
Collins
Publication Date
[1981]
Physical_Description
1 close score (205 p.) ; 24.5 x 19 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"First published 1981". -- verso of t.-p.
"Edited by Lionel Dakers and Cyril Taylor".
Includes indexes.
"As its title implies, this book is for choirs in churches which use 'The Alternative Service Book 1980'. It includes all the Canticle provided there for use at Morning and Evening Prayer, together with all those Psalms -- but only those -- selected for use, in whole or in part, in Tables 1 and 3.
Contents: Index of Canticles -- Index of Chants -- Preface -- The Canticles -- The Psalms.
Contains 15 canticles and 150 psalms.
Added Entry
Dakers, Lionel (Lionel Frederick), 1924-2003
Taylor, Cyril V. (Cyril Vincent), 1907-1991
Church of England. Alternative Service Book. 1980
Subjects
Church of England - Hymns
Anglican chants
Hymns
Psalms (Music)
Psalms (Music) - Church of England
ISBN
0-00-599680-5
Call Number
M 2168.6 A26 1981
Location
General Synod Archives
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Audacious Anglicans : Heroes of the Anglican Communion : Music in Anglican Worship and some of its Key Players

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article36874
Author
Moore, Robert J., 1931-
Rayner, Gerald T. (Gerald Theodore), 1929-2012
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2007 [December]
Author
Moore, Robert J., 1931-
Rayner, Gerald T. (Gerald Theodore), 1929-2012
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2007 [December]
Issue
127
[128]
Page
18-21
Notes
"A one-time Dean of the School of Theology of The University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, is reported to have said: 'When Anglicanism is at its best, its liturgy, its poetry, its music and its life can create a world of wonder in which it is very easy to fall in love with God'. Good music, poetry and liturgy can, indeed, help Christians of all traditions discover a 'world of wonder' and 'fall in love with God'. And Anglicans are among those who have played a significant role in advancing the composition, use and quality of music and song in Christian worship -- often with acclaim and audacity". "While the earliest Christian hymns are thought to date from the 3rd and 4th centuries, it was during the 16th century Reformation that hymns for congregational singing began to take hold." "Perhaps the most prodigious hymn-writer of all time, at least in the English language, was Charles Wesley (1707-1788). Some 6,000 or more hymns have been attributed to him. The 18th and last child of his family, he was, like his father and older brother John, ordained into the Church of England. While he and his brother were founders of what became Methodism, both remained lifelong members of their state church". "The Victorian era was a particularly active one in consolidating Anglican hymnody, culminating in the publication, in 1861, of the enlightened Church of England 'Hymns Ancient and Modern'. William Henry Monk (1823-1889), a London organist and choir director was the music editor of this remarkably successful hymnbook". "At the start of the 20th century, Church of England authorities were sensing the need to help parish and village churches in selecting suitable hymns, anthems, responses and other forms of music for use in services. The result was the founding of the Church Music Society in 1906 to affirm the importance of music in worship". "In 1922, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York appointed a committee to review the state of music in the Church of England. A key outcome of its report 'Music in Worship', was the establishment of the School of English Church Music in 1927 (renamed the Royal School of Church Music in 1945)". "So successful has the RSCM been over the years that it is now an international multi-denominational organisation with thousands of affiliated members on six continents, affirming the value of well performed choral music in cathedrals, parish churches, chapels and schools, Always aiming for high standards of performance, it encourages each Christian community 'to discover good music appropriate to its needs'." "Towards the end of the 20th century diversity of liturgical forms of worship, congregational participation in conducting worship, and the use of different musical styles and instruments became more common. Attempts to popularize Anglican liturgy gave rise to the introduction, not always with lasting effect, of musical styles such as folk, jazz and other modern idioms". "Members of other parts of the Anglican Communion have also been active in advancing the cause of quality church music". "Thomas Ekundayo Phillips (1884-1969), an Yoruba by birth, held the position of Organist and Master of Music at the Church of Nigeria's Cathedral in Lagos for 48 years. Awarded an honorary Doctorate of Music by the University of Nigeria for his contribution to the development of church music in Nigeria, he encouraged the integration of traditional forms of Nigerian music into Anglican worship". "While it is common knowledge that the African-American spiritual has left its imprint on the Western and African Christian world, it is less well known that it has also left a footprint on the Anglican family".
Subjects
Church music - History and criticism
Church music - Anglican Communion
Church music - Church of England
Tallis, Thomas, c1505-1585
Byrd, William, 1543-1623
Gibbons, Orlando, 1583-1625
Purcell, Henry, 1659-1695
Three Choirs Festival
Choirs (Music) - Anglican Communion
Choirs (Music) - Church of England
Singing - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Singing - Religious aspects - Christianity
Hymns
Hymns - Church of England
Wesley, Charles, 1707-1788
Elliott, Charlotte, 1789-1871
Heber, Reginald, 1783-1826
Havergal, Frances Ridley, 1836-1879
Lyte, Henry Francis, 1793-1847
Neale, John Mason, 1818-1866
Wesley, Samuel Sebastian, 1810-1876
Parry, Charles Hubert Hastings, 1848-1918
Stainer, John, 1840-1901
Stanford, Charles Villiers, 1852-1924
Nicholson, Sydney Hugo, 1975-1947
Williams, Ralph Vaughan, 1872-1958
Howells, Herbert, 1892-1983
Britten, Benjamin, 1913-1976
Willcocks, David Valentine, 1919-2015
Rutter, John, 1945-
Willan, Healey, 1880-1968
Royal School of Church Music (RSCM)
Sowerby, Leo, 1895-1968
Phillips, Thomas Ekundayo, 1884-1969
Sowande, Fela, (1905-1987)
Burleigh, Henry Thacker, 1866-1949
Haywood, Carl W., 1949-
Blocker, Waltier, 1968-
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The big book of hymns

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6389
Publication Date
[1999]
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
M 2115 B54 1999
Place
Minneapolis MN
Publisher
Hal Leonard
Publication Date
[1999]
Physical_Description
272 p. : music ; 30.4 x 22.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"125 Favorite Hymns". -- cover.
Includes guitar chords.
125 hymns in alphabetical order by title.
Subjects
Hymns
Hymns, English
ISBN
0-634-00699-1
Call Number
M 2115 B54 1999
Location
General Synod Archives
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Cantate Domino : an ecumenical hymn book published on behalf of the World Council of Churches = Ein okumenisches Gesangbuch veroffentlicht im Auftrag des Okumenischen Rates der Kirchen = Psautier oecumenique publiee sous le patronage de Conseil oecumenique des eglises

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog602
Publication Date
1983, c1974
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
M 2115 W9 1974
Corporate Author
World Council of Churches. Commission on Faith and Order
Edition
New ed.
Place
Kassel
Publisher
Barenreiter
Publication Date
1983, c1974
Physical_Description
xxiv, 379 p. : music ; 18 x 12 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"New [4th] edition".
"Published on behalf of the World Council of Churches".
Includes indexes.
"Already in 1924, the World Student Christian Federation, that pace-setter of the ecumenical movement, published a first edition of 'Cantate Domino', which remained for fifty years its most widely used publication. Noble efforts were made in successive editions, especially that of 1951, to make the book more adequately representative of the world Christian community. .... As Chairman of the W.S.C.F. in the 1960s when the pressure was felt for a new edition, I was involved in the discussions and the eventual decision, in 1968, that the task of revision was beyond the time, competence and resources of a mainly student organisation. Since 'Cantate Domino' had also become in practice the hymn book of the World Council of Churches, it was appropriate to ask the Uppsala Assembly of the Council to take on the responsibility, which it bravely did, entrusting the project to its Faith and Order Commission. I am therefore delighted to greet this new edition and commend it for use around the world". -- Foreword.
"'Cantate Domino' was first published in 1924 as a book of 64 hymns taken from many national sources, each appearing in several languages. In 1930 a revised edition, with 82 hymns in 23 languages, was published and in 1951 a further revision appeared, containing 120 hymns. All these were published by the World Student Christian Federation in Geneva. The present book is therefore the fourth edition of 'Cantate Domino', but it is much more that a revision of the third. It reflects radical changes of policy and outlook which themselves reflect the needs of a new age". -- Editor's Intro.
Foreword / Philip Potter, General Secretary, World Council of Churches [in English, German and French] -- Editor's Introduction [in English, German and French] dated Newcastle upon Tyne, England, St. Andrew's Day [30 November] 1973 / Erik Routley, For the Editorial Board -- [202 Hymns and songs] -- Index of Sources -- Topical Index -- Index of First Lines.
Hymns divided into 14 sections: Psalms -- The Human Condition -- God's Promises and Providence -- Jesus Christ: His Advent and Incarnation -- Jesus Christ: His Ministry and Teaching -- Jesus Christ: His Atonement, Resurrection and Reign -- The Holy Spirit and the Word of God -- The Church: Its Worship and Praise -- The Church: Its Experience and Faith -- The Church: Its Unity and Mission -- The Holy Communion and Last Things -- Liturgical Material -- Rounds and Canons -- Two Parting Blessings.
In various languages. The original text of each hymn is accompanied by several translations. Basic translation into English, French and German with some Latin, Spanish, Russian and others.
Added Entry
World Council of Churches
Routley, Erik, 1917-1982
Subjects
Hymns
Hymns, English
ISBN
3-7618-4994-X
Call Number
M 2115 W9 1974
Location
General Synod Archives
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Cantate Domino : an ecumenical hymn book published on behalf of the World Council of Churches = Ein okumenisches Gesangbuch veroffentlicht im Auftrag des Okumenischen Rates der Kirchen = Psautier oecumenique publiee sous le patronage de Conseil oecumenique des eglises

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog5594
Publication Date
c1980
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
M 2115 W9 1980
Corporate Author
World Council of Churches. Commission on Faith and Order
Edition
New ed. Full music ed.
Place
Oxford
Publisher
Oxford University Press
Publication Date
c1980
Physical_Description
xxviii, 348 p. : music ; 22.5 x 17.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Full Music Edition".
"New [4th] edition".
"Published on behalf of the World Council of Churches".
Includes indexes.
"Already in 1924, the World Student Christian Federation, that pace-setter of the ecumenical movement, published a first edition of 'Cantate Domino', which remained for fifty years its most widely used publication. Noble efforts were made in successive editions, especially that of 1951, to make the book more adequately representative of the world Christian community. .... As Chairman of the W.S.C.F. in the 1960s when the pressure was felt for a new edition, I was involved in the discussions and the eventual decision, in 1968, that the task of revision was beyond the time, competence and resources of a mainly student organisation. Since 'Cantate Domino' had also become in practice the hymn book of the World Council of Churches, it was appropriate to ask the Uppsala Assembly of the Council to take on the responsibility, which it bravely did, entrusting the project to its Faith and Order Commission. I am therefore delighted to greet this new edition and commend it for use around the world". -- Foreword.
"'Cantate Domino' was first published in 1924 as a book of 64 hymns taken from many national sources, each appearing in several languages. In 1930 a revised edition, with 82 hymns in 23 languages, was published and in 1951 a further revision appeared, containing 120 hymns. All these were published by the World Student Christian Federation in Geneva. The present book is therefore the fourth edition of 'Cantate Domino', but it is much more that a revision of the third. It reflects radical changes of policy and outlook which themselves reflect the needs of a new age". -- Editor's Intro.
Foreword dated Geneva Advent, 1979 / Philip Potter, General Secretary, World Council of Churches [in English, German and French] -- Editor's Introduction [in English, German and French] dated Newcastle upon Tyne, England, St. Andrew's Day [30 November] 1973 / Erik Routley, For the Editorial Board -- Acknowledgements -- [202 Hymns and songs] -- Index of Authors and Composers -- Subject Index -- Index of First Lines.
Hymns divided into 14 sections: Psalms -- The Human Condition -- God's Promises and Providence -- Jesus Christ: His Advent and Incarnation -- Jesus Christ: His Ministry and Teaching -- Jesus Christ: His Atonement, Resurrection and Reign -- The Holy Spirit and the Word of God -- The Church: Its Worship and Praise -- The Church: Its Experience and Faith -- The Church: Its Unity and Mission -- The Holy Communion and Last Things -- Liturgical Material -- Rounds and Canons -- Two Parting Blessings.
In various languages. The original text of each hymn is accompanied by several translations. Basic translation into English, French and German with some Latin, Spanish, Russian and others.
Added Entry
World Council of Churches
Routley, Erik, 1917-1982
Subjects
Hymns
Hymns, English
Call Number
M 2115 W9 1980
Location
General Synod Archives
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Celebracao da vida : Celebracion de la vida : Celebration of life

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog4127
Publication Date
[1992]
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5021 W6 1992 C4
Place
Sao Paulo Brazil
Publisher
Traco a Traco Editorial
Publication Date
[1992]
Physical_Description
120 p. : music ; 23 x 16 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
Cover title: Celebracao da vida : Cancoes : Decada Ecumenica das Igrejas em Solidariedada com as Mulheres -- Celebracion de la vida : Canciones : Decada Ecumenica de las Iglesias en Solidariedad con las Mujeres -- Celebration of life : songs : Ecumenical Decade for Churches in Solidarity with Women.
"Jaci Maraschin (editor) Simei Monteiro, Denise Machado Leme (assistentes de edicao)".
"This Book was made possible from grants provided by the Church Publishing Company of the Diocese of Connecticut, USA, and from Forward Movement Publications, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA". -- verso of t.-p.
65 hymns or songs published for worship use at the Worldwide Anglican Encounter, March 29 to April 3, 1992, Salvador, Bahia, Brasil".
Most hymns in Portuguese, Spanish and English.
Contents: Indice [Table of Contents] -- Prefacio [Preface] / Jaci Maraschin, Editor -- Musicas -- Creditos [Credits] -- Copyright permission, acknowledgement of sources and thanks -- Agradecimento / O editor.
Added Entry
Maraschin, Jaci C. (Jaci Correia), 1929-2009
Subjects
Worldwide Anglican Encounter (1992 : Salvador, Brazil)
Women in the Anglican Communion
Women - Religious life - Anglican Communion
Ecumenical Decade of Churches in Solidarity with Women (1988-1998)
Anglican Communion - Congresses
Hymns
Hymns - Anglican Communion
Call Number
BX 5021 W6 1992 C4
Copies
2 copies
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Chants de Taize = Gesange aus Taize == Spevy z Taize : Chants from Taize

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog5806
Author
Berthier, Jacques, 1923-1994
Publication Date
c1991
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
M 2115 B47 C42 1991
Author
Berthier, Jacques, 1923-1994
Place
Taize, France
Publisher
Ateliers et Presses de Taize
Publication Date
c1991
Physical_Description
[48] p. : music ; 15 x 20.8 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
Cover title.
"Copyright c1991, Ateliers et Presses de Taize, 71250 Taize, France". -- p. [1].
"Musique: Jacques Berthier". -- p. [1].
Contains 82 chants in several languages, primarily latin, English, Russian, French and German.
Contents: [Alphabetical Index of Chants] -- Chants.
Alphabetical Index of Chants printed on inside front cover and p. [1].
Colophon: D.L. No. 739 -- Ateliers et Presses de Taize.
Added Entry
Roger, frere, 1915-2005
Communaute de Taize
Taize Community
Subjects
Hymns
Sacred songs
Communaute de Taize - Liturgy
Taize Community - Liturgy
Service books (Music) - Protestant churches
ISBN
2-85040-110-2
Call Number
M 2115 B47 C42 1991
Location
General Synod Archives
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Church music institute offers new concert program

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article34718
Author
De Santis, Solange
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
2007 September
Author
De Santis, Solange
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
2007 September
Volume
133
Issue
7
Page
13
Notes
Holy Song is a program designed to provide a history of hymns and help develop a congregation's use of their hymnal.
Subjects
Summer Institute of Church Music
Dawes, Christopher
Holy Song
Hymns
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The great hymns of the church; their origin and authorship

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/2362
Author
Morrison, Duncan, 1816-1894
Publication Date
1890
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
VK22 .M59
Author
Morrison, Duncan, 1816-1894
Place
Toronto
Publisher
Hart & co.
Publication Date
1890
Physical_Description
xxiii, [9] - 250 p.
Material Type
Book
Subjects
Hymns
Hymn writers - Biography
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
VK22 .M59
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