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Psalm 34 - Taste And See
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Psalm 34: Taste And See
for Fourth Sunday of Lent / C (R2, v1-3 only) 
Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time / B (R2) 
Common Psalm 
Season of Ordinary Time Simply click on the hyperlink on your invoice/receipt to immediately receive your files.Authorisation to print one copy and make one copy of the PDF file up to the limit of the quantity purchased.
From Psalms For All Time Volume 1
Popular common and seasonal psalms.
Spiral-bound A4 book, 142 pages.
Psalms For All Time
Psalms for All Time equips parishes and schools with a core repertoire of prayerful, memorable, contemporary settings of the psalms for every Mass and liturgical celebration. The responses are instantly singable by the entire assembly, yet bear the weight of repeated singing. In each psalm setting, the response and verses form a single integrated song, drawing the assembly into the experience of the whole psalm.
The sprung metre verses of the Grail text are set to attractive melodies using contemporary composition techniques for melodic, harmonic and rhythmic prosody and contrast. This greatly helps in praying the psalms over and over, being able to readily recall the melodies to which the texts are set.
Volume 1 is the ideal starting place for cantors of the psalm. It provides the core repertoire common and seasonal psalms yo enable singing of the responsorial psalm at all celebrations throughout the year. Subsequent volumes provide additional psalm settings that can be used for specific occasions and provide a logical way of expanding the cantor's repertoire once the common psalm repertoire in Volume 1 has been mastered.
Psalms for All Time Volume 1 was originally released in 2007. This Second Edition was released in August 2016 and is now available at www.liturgicalsong.com.
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