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Discussion in 'Music Ministry' started by Squire Robertsson, Sep 29, 2006.
Some more links to the above site
From the site:
This area was formerly labeled "The Workshop." We
decided to rename it to better indicate its focus,
which is still to provide words and music to allow you
to sing all 150 Psalms."
The "Old Version" of 1562
Sternhold and Hopkins (and others)
The Scottish Psalter of 1564/1635
Words of the 1564 Scottish Psalter, music of 1635
1640 The Bay Psalm Book New England Puritans
1650 The Scottish Psalter Scottish Reformed Church
1696 The "New Version" Brady and Tate
1719 Psalms "Imitated in the Language of the New Testament"
1887 Psalter of the United Presbyterian Church
1999 Psalter for Christian Worship Michael Morgan
Just found that yesterday. One of those is an adaptation of Psalm 4 to the tune "Slane." We are using this in church Sunday
Slane's more popular word's are "Be Thou My Vision"
Ya know I'll be checking that one out!
I was talking to a friend a few weeks ago about getting a Psalter. (is that the right word?) He mentioned his church using them and I'd never known they were all to music like that and available!
This is pretty cool!