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  • Behold how good a thing it is - Psalm 133 (Eastgate)

    14 ABR. 2024 · Psalm 133 to the tune Eastgate 1650 Psalter Congregational psalm singing from our evening service, held in All Souls Church, Invergowrie, on 14 April 2024.
    Escuchado 1m 32s
  • How blessed are all who fear the LORD - Psalm 128 (Warrington)

    24 AGO. 2023 · Psalm 128 From a wedding, held in Dunblane Cathedral during July 2023. Those recordings are from a mix of lapel microphone and smartphone recordings.
    Escuchado 1m 41s
  • I'll praise you, LORD, with all my heart - Psalm 138 (Duke Street)

    24 AGO. 2023 · Psalm 138 From Lydia & Samuel’s wedding, held in Dunblane Cathedral during July 2023. Those recordings are from a mix of lapel microphone and smartphone recordings. 1 I’ll praise you, LORD, with all my heart; Before the gods I’ll sing your praise. 2 I’ll bow towards your holy place And bless your holy name always. I’ll praise you for your faithfulness And for your cov’nant love, O LORD, For over all things you have raised Your holy name and faithful word. 3 The very day I called to you, You gave an answer to my plea. You made me bold within myself; With new resolve you strengthened me. 4 O LORD, let all earth’s kings give praise, When from your mouth they hear your word. 5 Let them extol the ways of God, For great’s the glory of the LORD. 6 Although the LORD God dwells on high, The lowly person he protects, Whereas the proud and haughty one He knows afar off and rejects. 7 Although I walk a troubled path, Your tender care preserves my life. You raise your hand against my foes; Your right hand saves me from their strife. 8 The LORD will certainly fulfil For me the purpose he commands. Your love endures for ever, LORD; Preserve the works of your own hands. From Sing Psalms, Free Church of Scotland
    Escuchado 4m 14s
  • I to the hills will lift mine eyes - Psalm 121 (French / Dundee)

    23 AGO. 2023 · Psalm 121 From a wedding, held in Dunblane Cathedral during July 2023. Those recordings are from a mix of lapel microphone and smartphone recordings. 1 I to the hills will lift mine eyes, from whence doth come mine aid. 2 My safety cometh from the Lord, who heav’n and earth hath made. 3 Thy foot he’ll not let slide, nor will he slumber that thee keeps. 4 Behold, he that keeps Israel, he slumbers not, nor sleeps. 5 The Lord thee keeps, the Lord thy shade on thy right hand doth stay: 6 The moon by night thee shall not smite, nor yet the sun by day. 7 The Lord shall keep thy soul; he shall preserve thee from all ill. 8 Henceforth thy going out and in God keep for ever will. 1650 Scottish Metrical Psalms
    Escuchado 2m 9s
  • O thank the Lord for he is good - Psalm 118 (Sung to Song 34, Gibbons, and Read from the ESV)

    21 JUN. 2020 · Psalm 118 (Song 34) Sung & Read.  Recorded during the first lockdown when church services went on-line, with five of us singing live at a microphone built for one. 
    Escuchado 5m 29s
  • Give praise and thanks unto the Lord - Psalm 106 v 1-5 (Dunfermline)

    17 MAY. 2020 · Psalm 106 v 1-5 (Dunfermline) 1 Give praise and thanks unto the Lord, for bountiful is he; His tender mercy doth endure unto eternity. 2 God’s mighty works who can express? or shew forth all his praise? 3 Blessed are they that judgment keep, and justly do always. 4 Remember me, Lord, with that love which thou to thine dost bear; With thy salvation, O my God, to visit me draw near: 5 That I thy chosen’s good may see, and in their joy rejoice; And may with thine inheritance triumph with cheerful voice. 1650 Scottish Metrical Psalms Recorded during the first lockdown when church services went on-line, with five of us singing live at a microphone built for one. 
    Escuchado 1m 47s
  • Lord, from the depths to thee I cried - Psalm 130 (Martyrdom)

    26 ABR. 2020 · Psalm 130 (Martyrdom) 1 Lord, from the depths to thee I cry’d. 2 My voice, Lord, do thou hear: Unto my supplications’ voice give an attentive ear. 3 Lord, who shall stand, if thou, O Lord, should’st mark iniquity? 4 But yet with thee forgiveness is, that fear’d thou mayest be. 5 I wait for God, my soul doth wait, my hope is in his word. 6 More than they that for morning watch, my soul waits for the Lord; I say, more than they that do watch the morning light to see. 7 Let Israel hope in the Lord, for with him mercies be; And plenteous redemption is ever found with him. 8 And from all his iniquities he Isr’el shall redeem. 1650 Scottish Metrical Psalter Recorded during the first lockdown when church services went on-line, with five of us singing live at a microphone built for one. 
    Escuchado 2m 20s
  • As a deer that longs for water - Psalm 42 (Genevan Psalter)

    12 ABR. 2020 · Psalm 42 v 1-5 (Genevan Psalter) Recorded during the first lockdown when church services went on-line, with five of us singing live at a microphone built for one. 
    Escuchado 2m 55s
  • The fool says in his heart… Psalm 14 (Old 134th)

    12 ABR. 2020 · Psalm 14 (Old 134th) 1 The fool speaks in his heart; “There is no God,” he says. They are corrupt, their deeds are vile; none walk in godly ways. 2 The LORD looks down from heaven upon the human race, To see if any understand, if any seek God’s face. 3 They all have turned aside; corrupt they have become. Not one of them does any good— no, not a single one. 4 Will sinners never learn? My people they’ve devoured As if they were consuming bread; they never seek the LORD. 5 Struck down they are with dread, for God is with the just. 6 You evildoers shame the poor, but in the LORD they trust. 7 May help from Zion come, the LORD his captives bring! And then let Jacob’s tribes rejoice; let Isr’el gladly sing. From Sing Psalms, Free Church of Scotland Recorded during the first lockdown when church services went on-line, with five of us singing live at a microphone built for one. 
    Escuchado 2m 4s
  • How long will you forget me, LORD? Psalm 13 (St Columba)

    5 ABR. 2020 · Psalm 13 (St Columba) 1 How long will you forget me, LORD? Will you forget always? How long, LORD, will you hide your face and turn from me your gaze? 2 How long must I be sad each day in deep perplexity? How long will my opponent stand in triumph over me? 3 O LORD my God, consider me and give me your reply. Light up my eyes or I will sleep the sleep of those who die. 4 Then would my enemy declare, “At last I’ve laid him low!” And so my foes would sing for joy to see my overthrow. 5 But still I trust your constant love; you save and set me free. 6 With joy I will extol the LORD who has been good to me. From Sing Psalms, Free Church of Scotland Recorded during the first lockdown when church services went on-line. We had to choose between pumping out YouTube clips or five of us singing live at a microphone built for one. For better or worse, we chose the latter.
    Escuchado 2m 37s

Congregational Psalm singing from https://www.dundee.church/ in Scotland.  We will gradually add recordings from our evening service, held in All Souls Church, Invergowrie. Three of the recordings are from a wedding...

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Congregational Psalm singing from Dundee Presbyterian Church in Scotland. 

We will gradually add recordings from our evening service, held in All Souls Church, Invergowrie.

Three of the recordings are from a wedding service held in Dunblane Cathedral during July 2023. 

Please follow the information link on each track to see when and where the recording was made. Those recordings are a from a mix of lapel microphones and smartphones.

The oldest recordings (2020) were made during the first lockdown when church services went on-line. We had to choose between broadcasting YouTube clips or five of us singing live at a microphone built for one. For better or worse, we chose the latter. 

Words

If not from the 1650 Scottish Metrical Psalms, words come from the Genevan PsalterSing Psalms, and occasionally elsewhere as indicated.
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