Hymns and Songs for Living, and History Through 26 Hymns and Songs
Structure of This Cross-Reference
This cross-reference for the Hymns and Songs for Living and for the book History Through 26 Hymns and Songs is provided as a convenience to assist in finding information about those involved in these projects. For links to information about other projects, see the Site Map. There is a link to the Site Map in the footer at the bottom of all pages.
Artists involved in the Hymns and Songs project can be found alphabetically either by:
Any specific artist, or
Any instrument by artist involved in this project.
The artists and instruments are listed independently from which phase of this recording they were involved in.
The first part of this cross-reference lists artists alphabetically, by artist Last Name.
The second part of this cross-reference lists instruments alphabetically, and then within instrument by artist Last Name, if more than one artist played that instrument.
Clicking on any link in either part of the cross-reference will take you directly to the credit page for that artist.
NOTE. Some artists have more than one entry for more than one credit pages because they performed more than one function. When an artist has more than one credit page, that means they either:
Played more than one instrument;
Performed multiple functions; or
Participated in both phases of this project.
In such cases, then:
Under the Alphabetical by Artist, there are subsidiary indented links for each of the credit pages under the artist's name: and
Under the Alphabetical by Instrument by Artist, each of the artist's instruments or functions is listed separately.
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