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Synonyms for psalmody

the act of singing psalms or hymns


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The Baptist Psalmody and The Baptist Hymn and Praise Book), this was the first time the denomination itself had published a hymnal that was so widely used.
I wish to present three examples of biblical Psalmody which I believe exhibit significant "variations on a theme.
The third and final volume of the American Psalmody series takes its title from the most famous psalm: The Lord Is My Shepherd.
Henry Formby, The Catholic Christian's Guide to the Right Use of Christian Psalmody and of the Psalter (London: Thomas Richardson and Son, 1846), 11.
An alternative psalmody is Mary's song in Luke 1:46b--55.
43) "The song is also known as Din Toyre mit Got (a plea to God) since, according to tradition, on one Rosh Hashana (Jewish New Year), the Rabbi who was reputedly a champion of the poor, (44) began his psalmody by questioning Jehovah about the suffering inflicted on his flock before singing words in praise of his name.
That provided a new model of sung vernacular psalmody.
One writer has been able to hear echoes of Jewish psalmody in his music.
Endorsing this, and arguing for the significant impact of liturgical use of the King James Bible on Eliot's post-conversion poetry, Barry Spurr cites Carol Muske's identification of an Eliotic "pattern of hesitancy; characteristic of the liturgical recitation of psalmody, with 'the great breathing caesuras' mid-verse, that is recalled in the opening lines (for example) of Ash-Wednesday" (Spurr, 'Anglo-Catholic in Religion': T.
The Sovereign handed Zakaria Mohamed Ali Trabelssi (Lebanon) the international Mohammed VI award for psalmody of the holy Quran, with memorization of five "ahzab".
Other topics include sex and transmission of sin in patristic exegesis of Psalms 50:5, Origen's use of the Psalms in the treatise On First Principles, Augustine on psalmody, translating and interpreting the psalter in Christian Andalusia, and Elder Aimilianos on the psalter and the revival of melodious psalmody at Simonopetra.
Periodically we see the brothers gather in the chapel to sit in rows facing one another and pray the antiphonal psalmody that makes up the bulk of the liturgical offices.
Although the presentation on singing the psalm gives generous attention to Catholic settings and responsorial psalmody, other topics pay slight attention to Catholic translations or Catholic liturgical and spiritual contexts for appreciation of the psalm.
In Frankfurt, Strasbourg, Zurich, or Wesel, there is evidence of metrical psalmody and other singing, some of it drawing upon Lutheran hymnody.