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"The Psalms of David in Metre" (Black Psalter)

“The Psalms of David in Metre” (Black Psalter)

"The Psalms of David in Metre - A Supplement" (an instruction book)

“The Psalms of David in Metre – A Supplement” (an instruction book)

Here is a way to hear the tune offered by Connor Quigley at SoundCloud Crimond for Psalm 23

May the resources you find here enable you and your family to sing the Psalms to the glory of God our Creator, Redeemer and Sustainer.

The Psalms of David in Metre – A Supplement is offered through this site. It was published to assist you in the singing of Psalms. The Supplement (instruction book) was prepared to provide tunes and practical instruction when using the The Psalms of David in Metre (often called the Black Psalter).

If you are aware of a resource not listed, please let us know.

*A Psalter is a book containing the metrical form of the words to the 150 Psalms. Many refer to a book which also contains tunes and harmonies as “Psalmody”, a type of hymnbook. This website has used “Psalter” for both formats. Both the Scottish and Irish split-leaf versions were out of print when the Supplement was published in 2012. However, thankfully, the Scottish Psalter version The Scottish Psalmody was recently reprinted.  www.sing-the-psalms.webs.com/resources.htm.

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  1. 7/26/21 I’m seeking to determine if the following resource is still available. This is linked above at http://www.sing-the-psalms.webs.com/resources.htm….
    The description says “Learning to Sing the Psalms (with accompanying CD) Sol-fa  Part 1: Psalmody and Good Practice – deals with the contents and distinctiveness of the Scottish Psalter, the place of Singing in public worship, the role of the Precentor and the minister.  Includes:  basics of good singing, choosing the right tune, addressing problems in congregational singing and training for the Precentor.” — ESulzmann
    If anyone is aware of a way to obtain it, would you please let psalmsingers.com know? Thank you!

    • 7/27/21 Reply from “Worthy to be Praised” for anyone interested in their resource. FYI they are also on FB.
      “we still offer “Learning to Sing the Psalms (with accompanying CD) Sol-fa”. Please email psalmody@fccontinuing.org to arrange your purchase.” — Worthy to be Praised

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