Saturday, August 06, 2011

Index Of Forbidden Songs (Music Issue, Pt. VIII).

A note on Germanophobia: There were many hymns written to the tune of Austria 8787D, which is also used as the music for the national anthem of Germany and Austria-Hungary. In reaction to the depredations of the Austrian paper-hanger, other music is often now used for theses hymns. I consider this to be irrational Germanophobia as this music was not specific to the Nazis.

Numbers 651-700

655-Signing Of The Senses: SWTR (Not every liturgical ritual should be set to music.)
665-River of Glory: DS
674-Seek The Lord: C (One version. At least they still offer the original text.)
679-Hosea: SIGV, DTD
685-Where Love Is Found: DS
691-Where There Is Love: HH


C=Castrated, DO= Dubious Orthodoxy, DMWP=Don't Mess With Perfection, DS=Dan Schutte, DTD=Done To Death, EP=Ex-Priest, G=Germanophobic, H=Heretical, HH=Haugen&Haas, HL=Hella Lame, LC=Leftist Crap, NAU=Not About Us, SIGV=Singing In God's Voice(i. e. we are not God, SWTR= Stick With The Rite, TMV=Too Many Verses, WIG=Where is God?
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