Psalm-singing: new resources

by andrewlohr

Grace mercy and peace from Him. All the best in getting Psalms sung, brother. Love God, love God’s lyrics. My wife-darling got me to a Blue Man Group concert; triune Jehovah, yet more dear, got me to…Psalms, eh?

Here are some Psalm singing resources everyone is free to use; I’m not the musician to sell them, but I think I’m enough of a musician to show their potential to a real musician who’s interested. So everyone use freely (even to make money on your own versions of these.)–part of Psalm 103 to part of Mozart’s “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik” –A version of Psalm 2 to the tune of Scott Joplin’s “The Entertainer.” (CCM James Ward thought this might do for children.) — Psalm 120 to the
Wagner tune “Fanget An!’ from opera “The Mastersingers of Nuremburg.”

Most, not all, of my youtube channel is me singing pieces I like from an A.D. 1927 Psalter whose copyright does not keep me up at night. (Two emails to what I think the publisher’s heir-via-church-mergers went unanswered):…366.1454.0.2952.…0.0…

Amazon review of “The Book of Psalms for Singing”
My website,, might be findable in a web archive, but I’ve dropped it from the live web. My blog,, includes some material from the website (including on Psalm singing) if you scroll down a LOT. (It includes trial-and-order accordion chords for everything in “The Book of Psalms for Singing.”)

FWIW and may His praise be glorious.

Yours in Christ Jesus, from
Andrew Lohr