This category includes not only writers of hymns (the strict meaning of "hymnographer") but also liturgical composers, arrangers, and translators.
“Saint Ambrose (c. between 337 and 340 – 4 April 397) was a bishop of Milan who became one of the...Ambrose
“Saint Roman the Melodist (also Romanos and Romanus, from Greek Ρομανοσ), a Greek hymn-writer...Roman the Melodist
“Our venerable and God-bearing Father Cædmon is one of only two Anglo-Saxon poets whose names are...Caedmon
“Theodore the Studite, also called St Theodore of Stoudios or St Theodore of Studium (759 - 826...Theodore the Studite
“Saint Cosmas the Hymnographer, the Bishop of Maiuma (c, 787) was a hymn-writer of the Eastern...Cosmas the Hymnographer
“Our father among the saints Theophanes the Confessor (also called Theophanes the Branded) was...Theophanes the Confessor
“Our father among the saints John Scholasticus or John III of Constantinople was Patriarch of...John Scholasticus
Pages in category "Hymnographers"
The following 16 pages are in this category, out of 16 total.