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Lecture: “Singing and Making Melody to the Lord: An Exploration of the Development and Place of Hymns in the History of the Christian Church” from Robert Willis

Robert Willis - February 24, 2017

Singing and Making Melody to the Lord: An Exploration of the Development and Place of Hymns in the History of the Christian Church

Robert Willis is an Anglican priest, theologian, chaplain, music composer, and 39th Dean of Canterbury. In his lecture, he explains why we sing hymns and discusses the origin of the different forms of hymn singing. Willis has written many hymns and is uniquely qualified to present this lecture on hymnology. He uses a piano in his presentation.

From Series: "LTL Lecture Series Academic Year 2016-2017"

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