Rev. Robin Fish has released a new book: Edifying Hymns: Accompaniment Edition, available through Lulu.
Here’s the blurb:
The growth of hymnody is an essential part of a church made up of worshiping people with a living faith. R.D. Fish, author and composer of more than 300 Lutheran hymns, aims to contribute to that tradition. This volume, a sight-saving accompanist’s companion to the collection EDIFYING HYMNS, includes more than 100 harmonized hymn tune settings and the keyboard arrangement of an original setting of the Divine Service.
And here is the link to Edifying Hymns, also available through Lulu, and its descriptive blurb:
This follow-up to USEFUL HYMNS presents more than 100 original hymns, an arrangement of the Divine Service, and a melody for Luther’s Small Catechism, thoughtfully prepared by a confessional Lutheran writer, composer, church musician and trained theologian. Each hymn focuses on a purpose or concern for the church and individual Christians, to help them pray and think faithfully about the issues that matter to them.
I’ll also link to a previous review I made for Rev. Fish’s book, Useful Hymns.
Keep up the great work, Rev. Fish! 😀