|Other titles||Benson collection of hymnals and hymnology|
|Statement||adopted on Sept. 22nd, 1909, by the Joint Committee of American and Canadian churches on a uniform version of the Psalms in meter, to be submitted to the churches represented in that Committee.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||218 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||218|
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Webber has revised the Psalter to make the Psalms read in a metrical form which allows them to be sung to many familiar tunes. To allow a variety of hymns to be used with the Psalms, notations such as LM, CM, etc are used so the musicians can choose appropriate tunes for the Psalm.4/5(5). texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency The New metrical version of the Psalms. Publication date Topics Bible, Psalters, Presbyterian Pages: NEW VERSION OF THE PSALMS OF DAVID. Fitted to the TUNES USED IN CHURCHES BY N. BRADY, D.D and N. TATE, Esq. Stereotype edition. London: Printed by George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, Printers to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, Sold by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Paternoster-Row. This psalter was first published in England in NEW METRICAL VERSION OF THE PSALMS PSALM I. C. M. That man is blest who, fearing God, From sin resitrains his feet, Who will not stand with wicked men, Who shuns the scorners' seat. Yea, blest is he who makes God's law His portion and delight. And meditates upon that law .
Sing Psalms is a metrical translation of the Psalms rather than a paraphrase, in that every effort has been made to set out in verse what is to be found in the original text. The new edition, The Book of Psalms for Worship, was released in The Reformed Presbyterian Church of Ireland, however, produced a split leaf version of the Scots Metrical Psalter, but with additional "Alternative versions" of the words included as the second half of the book. These were culled from a number of sources, including the RPCNA books mentioned above. Metrical psalms are psalms written in a metered, poetic format so they can be set to familiar hymn tunes. The first metrical psalters appeared in Switzerland and France at the time of the Protestant Reformation. To this day, the churches of the Reformed and Presbyterian traditions have been the leading users of metrical psalmody. Psalm from Sing Psalms (New Metrical Version of the Book of Psalms).