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Verbum et Ecclesia
Liturgical singing is more than text and melody; it is also symbol and ritual. It is part of the ensemble of rituals within the worship service. As a ritual symbol, it is closely connected to the culture or subculture where it is conducted. Meaning is not only immanent in the text (lyrics), but assigned on a continuous base and differs from culture to culture. As a ritual symbol, liturgical singing does not only point to another reality, but presents the other reality within the culturaldoi:10.4102/ve.v32i1.430 fatcat:yelsfl7oyjdrfp6gcyljup7uiq