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Help with the hymns

by Glyn paflin

SUNDAY BY SUNDAY, the Royal School of Church Music’s quarterly music planner, offers valuable help with services governed by the Common Worship Principal Service Lectionary. The same team has now produced a book, Sunday by Sunday: Music for the Second Service Lectionary (Canterbury Press, £25 (£22.50); 978-1-85311-840-1), for the second service.

The compilers bear in mind that it may be evensong, matins, another service of the word, or ...

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