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Psalms (Music)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Here are entered collections of various Psalms set to music and individual compositions with text from several Psalms.

Found in 244 Collections and/or Records:

A New hymnal for colleges and schools , 1992

Identifier: H012
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Hymnals and other music compilations collected by Richard Proulx

Dates: Publication: 1992

A Song for the winter, 1998

Identifier: JM 830
Scope and Contents

No Silvery Sleigh Rides for unison choir and assembly, with keyboard accompaniment Introductory text, vocal score with accompaniment, and vocal score

This lengthy setting for unison choir and assembly, with common formula with recurring modulations, and a steady, trudging accompaniment. The Dutch winter scene is connected with the unfolding political events of the 1970s, and the implications of the Vietnamese War for the Netherlands.

Dates: Publication: 1998

Advent anthem, 1969

Identifier: P0012

Advent psalm

Identifier: 0023
Scope and Contents

This is a sketch of an arrangement of what appears to be psalm 25. There are no words for the refrain; however, the arrangement and text for the verses are here (for SATB choir). It is unclear if this has ever been published.

Dates: 1950 - 2010

All who are just, 1999

Identifier: P0280
Scope and Contents

Two-part mixed voices, keyboard, with optional Cello or Bassoon. Francois Couperin, from Quatre Versets, 1702; arr. Richard Proulx. Psalm 33:1-4, paraphrase Richard Proulx.

Dates: 1999

Alleluia and psalm for Easter, 1975

Identifier: P0048
Scope and Contents

Also Responsorial Psalm for the Easter Vigil. For Cantor, Congregation and Soprano Descant with 10 Handbells and Organ. Psalm 118:1-2, 15-16, 22-23, New American Bible.

Dates: 1975

Alleluia proclamation (Easter vigil) ; Psalm 117, 1989

Identifier: 0046
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Alleluia proclamation (Easter vigil) Graduale Simplex, 1975 Psalm 117 'O filii et filiae, Fremch melody, 1623, arr. R. Proulx, 1989 Proulx prepared this for the feast of Easter. Included are the Gospel Acclamation and Psalm 117.There is a separate sheet for the trumpet part (trumpet in C) for the psalm. Alleluia: Graduale Simplex, 1975; Psalm 117: "O Fillii et Filiae," French melody, 1623.

Dates: 1989

Als God ons thuisbrengt = Home From Our Exile, 1967 - 1994

Identifier: 101
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Antiphonal Song from Psalm 126 for Psalmist (Cantor), assembly and SATB Choir with Keyboard (Organ), 2 Flutes and Guitar

Dates: Publication: 1967 - 1994