- The Scottish Psalmody by The Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) was re-published in May 2013. This is the red split-leaf psalter containing both words and music. As of August 2016 it cost approximately $27 to be sent to an address in the USA. Click here for that link.
- The Sol fa edition is also available from this site (see illustrations at the bottom of this page from their website).
- Both these versions are also available through the Free Presbyterian Bookroom. Click here for their website. Click here to locate these books in their catalog on page 2 under “Psalmody”.
App “1650” developed by Pastor Romesh Prakashpalan
Free as E-books along with sources to pay for hardcopies.
———————————————————————————————General Psalmody Resources from sing-the-psalms website
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.
Part 2: (by far the larger) – sets out the Sol-fa Notation Method in a systematic way.
The Scottish Psalmody – Staff. Split-leaf psalter: Scottish Metrical Version of the Psalms (1650) with tunes in the staff notation.
The Scottish Psalmody – Sol-fa Split-leaf psalter: Scottish Metrical Version of the Psalms (1650) with tunes in the sol-fa notation.
Where do the Tunes come from? The interesting history of the tunes and their composers.