Percy Dearmer

Percival Dearmer (1867–1936), known as Percy Dearmer, was an English priest and liturgist best known as the author of ''The Parson's Handbook'', a liturgical manual for Anglican clergy. A lifelong socialist, he was an early advocate of the public ministry of women (but not their ordination to the priesthood) and concerned with social justice. Dearmer also had a strong influence on the music of the church and, with Ralph Vaughan Williams and Martin Shaw, is credited with the revival and spread of traditional and medieval English musical forms. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Dearmer, Percy, 1867-1936.
Published 1912
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by Dearmer, Percy, 1867-1936.
Published 1950
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by Dearmer, Percy, 1867-1936.
Published 1923
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by Dearmer, Percy, 1867-1936.
Published 1909
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by Dearmer, Percy, 1867-1936.
Published 1914
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by Dearmer, Percy, 1867-1936.
Published 1919
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by Dearmer, Percy, 1867-1936.
Published 1926
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by Dearmer, Percy, 1867-1936.
Published 1919
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by Dearmer, Percy, 1867-1936.
Published 1923
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by Dearmer, Percy, 1867-1936.
Published 1936
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Published 1898
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Published 1947
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Published 1931
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Published 1964
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Published 1925
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Published 1916
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