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All Things Rite and Musical #26

All Things Rite and Musical #26

A Psalm of David and Ian

The Psalms are the only book of the Bible to be included in full in the Book of Common Prayer. So they must be important. How do we say or sing them in our worship?

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Steven Wilson

Four, six or eight part Anglican chant, weekly, of course. With selections from Bernstein's "Chichester Psalms" in Hebrew, once every two or three years, as an offertory.

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