Psalms

 

Psalm 4 - Lord, Let Your Face Shine On Us

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Ps 34 Taste and See (Year B - 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time) Sheet Music

Psalm 34 - Taste and See the Goodness of the Lord (Version 2)

Ps 96 Today Is Born Our Savior (The Nativity of the Lord) Sheet Music

Psalm 98 - All the Ends of the Earth

Ps 116 Our Blessing Cup (Holy Thursday) Sheet Music

Psalm 116 - I Will Take the Cup of Salvation

Ps 137 Let My Tongue Be Silenced Sheet Music

Psalm 138 - Lord, On the Day I Called For Help

Isaiah 12 You Will Draw Water (Easter Vigil) Sheet Music

Isaiah 12 - Cry Out With Joy and Gladness

Isaiah 12 Cry Out With Joy and Gladness (Year C - 3rd Sunday of Advent) Sheet Music

Judith 13 - You Are the Highest Honor

Judith 13 You Are the Highest Honor (Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe) Sheet Music

Instructions for Use: When the music below is in sheet music form, they include both chanted psalm tone verses and chords for metered verses. If you are comfortable improvising melodically using the text over the given chord progression, you may use the metered chords, but if not, use the chanted psalm tone verses. The chords for metered verses are shown in measures, and when there are two chords per measure (ex: |G C |) then each chord would have two beats each (for this example, G would be on beat 1 and C would be on beat 3). When there are three chords per measure (ex: |G C D |), then the first receives two beats, and the next two receive one beat each. If there aren't chords for a metered verse, then use the chord progression for the previous verse. For the responses, there are written harmonies, with the bottom being the alto harmony and the top being the tenor harmony. The largest note is the melody.

The English translation of the psalm responses from the Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation, (ICEL)