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Excerpt from Church Song: A Repertory of Music for the Use of English Evangelical Lutheran Congregations
For the rendering of the Music, few special directions need be given. Every musician will readily understand the ordinary marking noted in place. The common fault is, too much dragging and lack of expression. Leaders of the music should be particular to have everything rendered with proper feeling and animation, and with distinct articulation Of the words. Organists should avoid all interludes between the stanzas of the Hymns as tiresome, meaningless, and unfitting A slight pause of a bar or two be tween the stanzas is in far better taste, and ample for the transition from one to the other. The heavy type in which the Cadences in the Canticles and Psalms, has no special significance, except to aid the eye in more readi ly distinguishing them from the recitative portions. The two dots or the hyphen in the recitative portions indicate that the syllable pre ceding is to be held a little longer for distinctness and emphasis. The observance of these marks will add much to the beauty of the rendering.
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publisher: Forgotten Books (May 21, 2017)
isbn: 0259846058, 978-0259846055,
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