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The Book of Psalms for Worship 1 edition

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About the Book

A Psalter for the 21st Century! The newest American psalter offers many familiar tunes and new arrangements with language that is easily understood by the 21st century Christian, while remaining faithful to the Hebrew text. Contains all 150 Psalms in over 440 selections in multiple arrangements. Settings include traditional tunes, original tunes, and familiar hymn tunes. Translated from the original language into modern English meter for singing. Features 4-part music for each selection for singing. Also includes introductory essays on the practice and history of psalm singing and several indices. - Publisher.

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The Book of Psalms for Worship

Published 2009 by Crown & Covenant Publications in Pittsburgh, PA .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Understanding the Psalms as Christian worship / G. Duncan Lowe
The experience of the singing the Psalms / Robert M. Copeland
Preface / Brian E. Coombs [et al]
Book I: Psalms 1-41
Book II: Psalms 42-72
Book III: Psalms 73-89
Book IV: Psalms 90-106
Book V: Psalms 107-150
Copyright resources
Index of tunes, alphabetically
Index of tunes, metrically
Index of composers, arrangers, and sources
Index of first lines & phrases, alphabetically
Index of Biblical topics, alphabetically
Index of Psalm usage in the New Testament

The Physical Object

Pagination
590 p.
Dimensions
25 x x centimeters

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL25105475M
ISBN 10
188452764
ISBN 13
978188452765

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