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Singing the Journey: A Supplement to Singing the Living Tradition (2006)

by Unitarian Universalist Association

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Contains 74 hymns, responses, anthems and rounds. It is a marvelous collection consisting mostly of contemporary music written by Unitarian-Universalist composers and also contains a number of traditional pieces from African-American, Buddhist, Native American and African sources. The selections are organized around the “six sources” making it easy to find specific pieces for a service dealing with a particular topic or theme.
  dentonuuf | Oct 29, 2006 |
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Dedicated to those exemplars and pioneers who have pushed the boundaries of congregational music forward and made this resource possible and necessary.
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Something amazing has happened over the last decade.
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