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Selections from the Ionian Psalter

One most Sundays, the LCH choir leads the congregation in singing the psalm for that day from The Ionian Psalter, a collection of psalm settings by Peter R. Hallock. The psalm, which functions as a musical response to the first reading, has a refrain (antiphon), which is to be sung by the entire assembly, and choral verses which serve to illuminate the meaning of the text.

These selections from the Ionian Psalter were recorded outside of worship by the Bach Chamber Choir (composed of selected members of LCH Choir) under the direction of Cantor Carl Crosier, with Katherine Crosier on the organ.

The Ionian Psalter is available from Ionian Arts, Inc.

Psalm 23

This favorite psalm uses the antiphon “I will dwell in the house of the Lord for ever.”

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Psalm 98

Psalm 98 calls us to sing a new song to the Lord. “All the ends of the earth have seen the salvation of our God.”

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Psalm 72

Psalm 72 is the appointed psalm for the Epiphany of Our Lord. “All kings shall bow down before him; all nations shall do him service.”

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Psalm 22

Psalm 22, which is appointed for Good Friday when the organ is traditionally silent, is accompanied by handbells. “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me.?’

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Psalm 118

Psalm 118, appointed for Easter Sunday, is performed with trumpet on the antiphon. “On this day the Lord has acted; we will rejoice and be glad in it.”

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