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In one of his published manuscripts, which can be found in the museum in Oradea, I had the honour of finding some chorales written down by the great poet himself. The synods in and laid the organizational foundation of Calvinism in Transylvania. Between and the Reformed Diocese of Transylvania was incorporated.

This church had mainly Hungarian speaking followers. This church has not attracted any Romanian followers up to this moment. Currently this church is organized in Romania in two eparchies: The schooling of the Reformed priests is ensured within the Protestant Theological Institute of Cluj-Napoca, in the Hungarian language. Gheorghe, Odorhei, Tg. As a sign of consideration for the hymnologic past of the Reformed Church, a conference took place this year in Cluj Napoca12 which discussed the problems regarding the hymnological tradition in this church.

The historical document is similar to the liturgical song books in XVIth century in the Lutheran, Reformed and Unitarian churches in Transylvania. The role of the song within the liturgical practice was underlined, the Old Gradual being considered a historical document which preserves the tradition of the songs and the Gregorian liturgical order which was still present in the Reformed Church in Transylvania in the XVIth century.

It is also known under the name of Bethlen Gradual which no longer exists as a manuscript. The Gradual is made up of III parts: The differences between the Protestant Orthodoxism and the Puritanist movement caused significant prejudices to the Reformed church songs. The manuscripts which have remained in the hymnologic history of the Reformed people of Transylvania were: An important role in the practice of the Reformed church is played by the creations transmitted verbally by the native adaptation of the liturgical songs, sometimes transmitted from a generation to the other, and sometimes as a local processing of a musical text already existing in a published book of hymns.

It often happens that the vivid popular interpretation presents significant rhythms or melodic deviations from the books. Sometimes the transcriber could be held responsible for this by writing down things incorrectly, coming to the conclusion that the people kept the form which is more authentic. In other cases, the form in the book of songs is the starting point, yet the foreign and unusual character of the melodic line was removed by the popular use: Through their character, these contemporary communities have become true promoters of the Hungarian population, having a claiming cultural character but also closed from the perspective of the collaboration with the Romanian hymnology, regardless of the confession.

On the hymnology in the neo-Protestant churches The tradition of the common song in the neo-Protestant churches is rooted in the practices of the historical Protestant churches, but especially in the history of the Protestantism from America.

It seems that the Reformation in Transylvania, under its intercultural aspect, laid only the right foundation for the development of the neo-Protestant churches, but it had no beneficial historical effect upon their development.

The causality could be found in identifying the historical Protestant churches in Transylvania and the history of the minority of Transylvanian Saxons or Hungarians but less or not at all in comparison to the Romanian-speaking population. Consequently, at least in Romania, the historical Protestant churches have been identified up to this moment as German or Hungarian churches, preserving the cultural values of these communities and less as promoters of the European Reformation.

The European Reformation reached Romania vigorously through the neo-Protestant churches as a beneficial element necessary for finding a new theology equivalent to the European Protestantism. This is why I consider that in Romania the significant contemporary representatives of the Reformation within the majority Romanian population are the neo-Protestant churches. Both the Lutherans and the Reformed people tried to determine the Romanian population to become Protestant and in this sense they brought books and Catechisms in the Romanian languages, they appointed ministers and bishops among them.

Scurt istoric The Protestant Churches on the Romanian territory. A Brief History.

All these translations were carried out with the help of the Reformed princes of Transylvania who supported them financially. Although the majority of the Romanian population remained Orthodox, there were also some people who became Reformed. The Romanian Reformed Churches continued to exist for a long time in Transylvania, but finally they disappeared due to the fact that their members were assimilated by the Hungarian communities.

Nowadays there is no longer any Romanian member of the Reformed Church in Transylvania…. The persecution of the Anabaptists in the XVIIIth century was the only case of persecution based on religious reasons in Transylvania, this region of Europe being very permissive from a religious point of view. Transylvania has never witnessed the bloody civil political and religious wars.

Unfortunately, this tolerance was no longer valid during the communist period in which the political police had as a sole purpose the destruction of the religious concepts and the annihilation of any democratic or religious acceptance attempt. Common song practices.

Concepts of theology and musical education. One of the most important analysts of the Romanian neo-Protestant song is the musicologist Mircea Valeriu Diaconescu.

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Throughout the years, this musicologist has identified the connections between the neo-Protestant hymnology and the reference sources of the American, Protestant or even Orthodox hymnology.

For example, referring to the songs within the small neo-Protestant Adventist communities in Romania, he finds a basic connection within the practices of the Millerite movement of the XIXth century in America. Referring to the musical influences of this religious movement Mircea Valeriu Diaconescu16 writes the following: Many of the contemporary Adventist writers underline, for good reason, the fact that the musicality of the Millerite Adventist leaders is extremely prominent.

Miller himself used to compose songs, the very well educated Fitch and Himes did the same, not to mention the numerous talented young female composers such as Phoebe Palmer, Annie Smith whose contribution to the Adventist enthusiasm was decisive.

But even the head of the Seventh- day Adventists movement, James White, was a very fervent musician.

James White focused his publishing efforts according to the example of Himes. The hymnologic debut was represented by the book of songs without notes and then by the one with notes in His first sons, Henry and James, as well as the grandson, Francis Belden, were well known and acknowledged singers and composers.

In its doctrinary essence, the Millerite hymn is like the Millerite movement - interconfessional and having a unique Christian theme: And in its prosodic and melodic essence, the Millerite hymn is a Protestant hymn. With a certain tolerance, it could be considered a branch of the Protestant Reformed Calvinistic chorale and the Evangelical Lutheran chorale.

From the Millerite hymnology, I would like to ask you to sing together the hymn see Appendix 4, 4a. The theology of this type of common song is based on the teaching of the Bible in the Old and the New Testament, being focused on the most important theological aspects such as: Of course, other themes specific to the practice of the Baptist Churches, the Seventh-day Adventist Churches, the Pentecostal Churches or the Christian Evangelical Churches are added to these topics.

The attention paid to the young people in the church for the promotion of the common song is a practice used from the youngest ages. Within the confessional kindergartens, in the religious schools of every church there is a permanent concern regarding the education of the children and young people.

What role does the hymn play within faith? The hymn song of praise, song of confession, song of worship, song of gratitude, song of adoration etc. The emotional memory is much more efficient within religion than the rational memory which is based only on arguments.

There have been cases when persons who were wandering on the sea of life, living in sin, came back to reality by hearing a hymn again, which they had known from childhood, from their faithful parents.

The voice of the Gospel is much stronger and more appealing for the souls adrift, when it is backed by music, than a simple sermon, regardless of its eloquence. This truth was known by all the great Evangelists, from Moody to Billy Graham, evidence in this sense being the fact that in their evangelization campaigns, music was always present during the sermons In fact, this focus on a correct education through music is promoted by all the churches in Romania.

Here is what Belean Gheorghe, Ph. Thus, when we sing a song for the Heavenly Father, our soul should be pure and our mind should be focused only on God, if we want our song to be heard…. Here is the advice of Saint Vasile the Great which is more up to date than ever before: A hymn cannot be spiritual if one of the dimensions of the song is neglected. A spiritual song brings together those values which best correspond to the moment of prayer.

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Reducing the value of music and considering the text to be the only part which is important or inserting apparently theological lyrics within strange sequences of the musical metric accents mean neglecting the standards of the spiritual song.

A spiritual song should present theological themes which are based on the Bible so that quality music and masterly lyrics should present in the most clear manner the essence of the message of the Bible. A powerful instrument which is very useful to the Christian educator is undoubtedly the hymn, the song.

The power of creating a model is almost unmatched in the set of instruments of the same pedagogue.

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The historical experience of Christianity is a self-evident proof of the engraving power which the song has on conscience. Thus, the transmission of the most constant values of the world, God and the Scripture is a primary objective for the authors of hymns However, a series of concerns and contemporary conflicting tendencies are also expressed: Even though the joy is a part of the Christian life, we can not focus only on this topic, neglecting all the other aspects of the Christian experience, thus reducing the rich range which the Revelation gives birth 18 Saint Vasile the Great, Omilie la Psalmi Homily for Psalms , p.

Several musical and poetical personalities As a humble homage dedicated to those who anonymously made efforts in order to compose religious hymns in difficult political and spiritual periods, I would like to briefly present below several personalities of the Romanian hymnology, personalities who are to a great extent unknown to your hymnological analyses but who deserve a thorough research and also to be included among the contemporary European values.

Unfortunately, the limited nature of this essay does not allow me to make a detailed description of this topic, thus I apologize now to those who will not be mentioned in this essay but who we all know as having made a significant contribution to the contemporary Romanian hymnology.

Among the pioneers of the neo-Protestant hymnology we can find extremely well educated personalities.

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Persons with a good musical but also theological education, having a clear perspective regarding the dogmatic and theological principles which they applied in the hymnologic practice from the beginning of the Romanian Protestantism.

Their education was based upon the hymnology systematics of German or American English origin. The book of hymns Zions-Lieder, Battle-Creek, Michigan, was in this sense one of the books which had underlain the neo-Protestant Romanian hymnology. The hymnologists of that period were as follows Nicolae Jelescu , Petre P. If we look at the bibliography of the first books of hymns, we could easily notice that the majority of such books derive from the religious songs under the form of German chorale or from the repertoire of the American songs.

The books of Baptist songs were translated word for word and represented an inspiration for the neo-Protestant hymnology in the beginning of the XXth century. Unfortunately, the period after is extremely unfortunate for the Romanian hymnology.

Nonetheless, through their music and lyrics, the hymns went beyond the frightening walls and we can find them today in all the books of hymns belonging to the neo-Protestant churches. In the same order but several years later due to the political pressure and the impossibility of carrying out a normal life, hymnologists such as Mircea Valeriu Diaconescu, Benone Burtescu, Cornel Greissing, Viorel Gheorghe, Horst Gehann, Iovan Miclea, Viorel Herdean and many others had to leave their mother country and settle in the western countries which were democratic and tolerant regarding the Christian hymnology.

While Nicolae Moldoveanu distinguished himself as one of the most prolific composers and lyricists through over hymns, Benone Burtescu, Traian Dorz, Aurora Ionescu and other excelled in the field of lyrics and translations.

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As a matter of fact, the Romanian hymnological basis would have no valuable poetical substance without the contribution of these two exceptional translators. Mircea Valeriu Diaconescu distinguished himself through the analytical complexity, through a profound and correct theorisation of the Romanian hymnological phenomenon. Lately, his efforts regarding the insertion within the hymnological treasury of a bridge to the traditional Romanian Byzantine hymnology offers a certain flavour and class to a new path within the Romanian and European hymnology.

From this Romanian treasury, I propose we sing together the hymn: See Appendix 5. Books of hymns within the contemporary neo-protestant Romanian churches The hymns of the Evangelical Christians are simple, not pompous, the same as the way in which they received their faith.

The sung hymns derive from a living, fresh faith, even if generally, the ones translated from English, German, French represent the majority.

In the appendix it includes a topic-based index, an alphabetical index, a Brief Musical Dictionary which shortly presents the main elements of musical theory , few data regarding the composers and a numerical index a concordance with similar books of hymns from other countries. The hymns are included in every divine service: The divine service held on Sunday mornings is structured into three main sections: Each of the three main stages is accompanied by thematic hymns.

The prayer should be carried out in an active manner, so that in the beginning of the time for praise, each person is encouraged to bring gratitude and adoration to the Saviour. Depending on the nature of the Divine services, different types of hymns are sung referring to: The volume contains an alphabetical index and thematic index, certain hymns are accompanied in their presentation box under the title by the name of the authors of the hymn, the poets lyricists , the composer melodist.

In the foreword to the volume, Dr.

Benjamin Cocar of Detroit mentions the following: There is no doubt in my mind that this book shall be the book of songs of the Baptist churches in the following century Songs of the Gospel.

Spiritual Songs It was drawn up in , its coordinator being composer Caciora Teodor. The book was prepared by a group called the Musical Commission of the Union of Christian Baptist Churches in Romania made up of 8 members, all of them having an appropriate musical, theological or poetic education.

I can state that this book is one of the most modern and best books of hymns drawn up in eastern Europe. Each hymns is accompanied in its presentation box, under it title, by actual reference to a Biblical text, the author of the lyrics and the melody, the author of the lyrics or melodies adapted. The format, the paper and the book binding service are of very high quality. From this volume, I would like to ask you to sing together the hymn… see Appendix 6. In the Baptist church, the common song is sung in the beginning and in the end of the divine service, but there is also a beautiful practice regarding the carrying out of prayers through singing; this implies that for one hour hymns are sung and psalms are being read or experiences related to faith from the personal life of the believers are presented.

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Karpaten-Rundschau, no. The paper analyses in a chronological order the forms of musical expression used in the Lutheran Evangelical Churches. This church has not attracted any Romanian followers up to this moment. In addition to this volume of chorales, we also have to mention the Chorale Intonations written by Hinrich Mauss dated and Friedrich Lurtz which only paled a role on the local level through the chorales and the chorale preludes.

In other cases, the form in the book of songs is the starting point, yet the foreign and unusual character of the melodic line was removed by the popular use:

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