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Testimony is the statement of a witness in court.
Testimony may also refer to:
- Testimony (1920 film), a British silent film by Guy Newall
- Testimony (1988 film), Tony Palmer's film about Shostakovich
- Testimony Films, a TV production company
Literature and publications
- Testimony (book), the book about Dmitri Shostakovich
- Testimony (novel), a 2008 novel by Anita Shreve
- The Testimony, a Bible magazine
- Testimony (August Alsina album), 2014
- Testimony (Dana Glover album), 2002
- Testimony (Neal Morse album), 2003
- Testimony (Stella Parton album), 2008
- Testimony (Virtue album), 2006
- Testimony (The Gap Band album), 1994
- Testimony: Vol. 1, Life & Relationship, a 2006 album by India.Arie
- "Testify", a song by Melissa Etheridge from her album Brave and Crazy (1990), written for gay rights activist Harvey Milk
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