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... of twenty - three alternates . A fixed association between tune and words is
also gained thereby . Commonly marks of expression or speed have been
avoided , it being judged better Preface that organists and choirs should
themselves seek ...
Preface that organists and choirs should themselves seek such a musical
interpretation of the Psalms as will be edifying . The Committee was exceedingly
fortunate in obtaining the co - operation , as expert musical editor , of Mr . Charles
Shall the dead Thy Name remember ? Who shall praise Thee in the grave ? 3
Pity , Lord , my sad condition ; I am weary and distressed ; Many adversaries vex
me , Weeping , I can find no rest . 4 Now the foes that seek to harm me , Quickly
2 Let their devices work their fall , 6 Arise , O Lord , lift up Thy hand , For in their
shame is all their pride ; O God , protect the poor and meek ; And while they seek
unrighteous gain Why should the proud Thy justice The Lord of justice is defied ...
... 11 us PROTECTION Anonymous 1 In God will I trust though my coun - sel - ors
say , o flee as a bird to your moun - tain a - way ; . The wick - ed are strong and
the right - eous are weak , Foun - da - tions are shak - en , yet God will I seek .
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The Psalter of 1912 puts to hymn every psalm, often with more than one hymn per psalm. It is the Psalter I have been looking for - not a chant of two verses for each psalm, but rather a complete hymn. The Trinity Hymnal, published by Great Commission Publications of Orthodox Presbyterian Church and Presbyterian Church in America includes a large number of hymns from this Psalter, and led me to look up this Psalter to find more similar hymns. I look forward to praying through and singing many of these musical psalms.