Academic journal article The Hymn

Editor's Notes

Academic journal article The Hymn

Editor's Notes

Article excerpt

As this first issue of THE HYMN'S sixtysecond volume conies into your hands, may signs of spring be evident wherever you are. Living on the West Coast, I can hardly complain about "a long cold lonely winter,"1 but I know it's been a rough one for our colleagues in many parts of the continent. So may our summer conference destination article turn your minds toward July, and warm times ahead!

Colorado Springs will be a magnificent location for our 2011 conference. We thank Mark Alan Filbert for his lively introduction to "The Springs" and surrounding areas. Having spent time there myself, I can assure you it is one of my favorite places in the United States. Natural beauty and exciting activities abound, making Colorado Springs a wonderful place for a family vacation. Join us, as we gather under "America's Mountain," Pike's Peak, on the lovely campus of Colorado College.

We are pleased and honored to present in this issue the winning submission from The Hymn Society's 2010 Emerging Scholars Forum. Jungjoo Park shares with us a fascinating article, The music of Korean hymns with traditional musical elements: An introduction. With our congregations, schools, and communities becoming ever more multicultural, gaining an understanding of Korean hymnody is well worth our efforts, as church musicians, educators, and lovers of the people's sacred songs. …

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