Some Eighteenth Century Hymnwriters
John R. Broome
The eighteenth century witnessed the arrival of hymn-singing when Issac Watts published his 'Hymns and Spiritual Songs', which became widely received and used. Having set the pattern, there appeared many other able hymnwriters, especially those associated with the Evangelical Revival. This book gives biographical sketches of several of the most famous, including Charles Wesley, John Newton, John Berridge, Joseph Hart, John Cennick, Augustus Toplady, Anne Steele and Philip Doddridge - as well as Issac Watts himself.
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| Size : 180 x 120
| Pages: 86
| ISBN: 978 1 897837 49 8
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