Exclusive Psalmody Links

Please be patient, this blog is under construction!!!

Project Psalms 1650 Scottish Psalter recordings

Psalms with Congregational Singing
Congregational singing index from the Presbyterian Reformed Church (PRC) of Charlotte
Psalm Singing Online
Congregational singing at Fresno RP Church, Fresno, CA
Congregational Singing at New Creation RP church of Kitchener, ON
Scottish Psalter links to congregational singing at the Texan Rose blog
Congregational Singing at Christ Covenant Reformed Presbyterian Church (RPCGA) of Wylie, TX

Psalm CD produced by the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Australia (Launceston congregation), the samples are very nice

Psalm recordings by Niall Maclennan, Glasgow, Britain (UK)

Sing the Psalms CDs

Exclusive Psalms Radio

Youtube recordings of congregational singing

Sermons / Lectures

The Singing of Psalms by Robert McCurley

Psalmody in Worship, Nathan Eshelman

Exclusive Psalmody, Traditional or Scriptural, Gavin Beers

What is Biblical Praise, Attitude and Psalmody, Kenneth Stewart

Psalmody, God’s Guide to Just Sentiments, Dennis Prutow

Instruments in Worship, Jason Ryce

Objections to Exclusive Psalmody, Jason Ryce

Exclusive Psalmody, Shane Sapp

Psalmody and Submission, Charles Brown

The Sufficiency of Psalmody, by Trevor Kirkland

Inspired Song vs. Uninspired Song by Greg Price (Part 1 of 7)

SOURCE:  http://exclusivepsalmody.com/audio/



Psalm Singing

Useful LinksFor a complete “index” of all the psalm recordings from the Scottish Metrical Psalter that I have been able to find online, see this post.

For midi files of all the psalm tunes in the split-leaf psalter published by the Free Church, visit this useful site:
Aberdeen Free Church of Scotland (Continuing)–Online Media

For the full text of the Scottish Psalter, including suggested tunes for each psalm, see this site:
The Psalms in Metre

To see maps of EP (exclusive psalmody) churches around the world, visit:
Exclusive Psalmody Churches
Click on the “maps” tab to find EP churches in your area, or in the area you’re visiting.

Our Psalm Recordings

We host psalm sings every month or so in our home, partly in an effort to improve congregational singing, and partly just because we enjoy singing together.  We have recorded the singing and posted the recordings online.

These psalm recordings can be downloaded fromwww.archive.org/bookmarks/snikwad. On that site you will also find a few psalm recordings from other places, including some lined-out psalm singing.

SOURCE: Jane Beyers blog (link is broken, sorry)



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