Tag Archives: Genevan Psalter

Music Notes | Fifteenth Sunday After Pentecost

The Gradual Psalm appointed for this Sunday is 146, which the shapers of our lectionary chose to accompany two healing accounts in Sunday’s Gospel portion. The Prayer Book translation of the psalm, as usual, will be sung with an appropriate … Continue reading

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Music Notes | Ninth Sunday After Pentecost

The modern three-year lectionary used at the celebration of the Eucharist on Sundays and other major holy days is built, particularly in Ordinary Time (the season after the Epiphany that continues after the ‘interruption’ of Lent and Eastertide), around the … Continue reading

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Music Notes | Sixth Sunday of Easter

Some of the earliest (German) Protestant religious songs were Psalms paraphrased into rhyming syllabic meter, an example being ‘Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir’, a version of Psalm 130 translated in our Hymnal as ‘From deepest woe I cry … Continue reading

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Music Notes | Fifth Sunday After the Epiphany

On the Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany our series of healing accounts from the Gospel of Mark continues with the healing of Simon’s mother-in-law and many who were sick or possessed by demons. Our service thus includes two classic hymns … Continue reading

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