|Title:||The psalter, or, Psalms of David paraphras'd in verse set to new tunes and so design'd that by two tunes onely the whole number of psalms (four onely excepted) may be sung, one of which tunes is already known (being the usual tune of the C. psalm) : the other tunes onely are new, but any one of them being learnt all the other psalms may be sung by that one onely tune : as on the contrary any one psalm may be sung by all the new tunes, so that a greater facility for those who are less able to sing, or a greater variety for those who are more able, cannot reasonably be desired or afforded / by Richard Goodridge.|
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The psalter, or, Psalms of David paraphras'd in verse set to new tunes and so design'd that by two tunes onely the whole number of psalms (four onely excepted) may be sung, one of which tunes is already known (being the usual tune of the C. psalm) : the other tunes onely are new, but any one of them being learnt all the other psalms may be sung by that one onely tune : as on the contrary any one psalm may be sung by all the new tunes, so that a greater facility for those who are less able to sing, or a greater variety for those who are more able, cannot reasonably be desired or afforded / by Richard Goodridge.
Oxford: Printed by L. Lichfield ... for Jo. Crosley, 1684.
Includes music at end.
Includes allegorical frontispiece portrait of King David.
Contains numerous errors in pagination.
Reproduction of the original in the Aberdeen University Library.
Bible. -- O.T. -- Psalms -- Paraphrases, English.
TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE HENRY EARL of ARLINGTON, Lord Chamberlain of His Majesties Houshold, One of His Majesties Most Ho∣nourable Privy-Council, and Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Gar∣ter, &c.
A Collection of sundry of the Contents of the Psalms, dispos'd under several Heads: Whence, as from a Promptu∣ary, we may readily draw forth such Instructions, Comforts, and Assistan∣ces, as may be proper to Our parti∣cular Concerns, in the manifold Emergencies of Life; as also Patterns and Forms of Address, in our Devoti∣ons of Prayer and Praise.
PSALMS, Invocating God for de∣liverance and protection
PSALMS, Invocating God
PSALMS, Giving Thanks to God
In the Preface.
In the Psalms.
Advice to the READER For the more easy singing of these Psalms.
The FIRST BOOK of the PSALMS, Paraphras'd in Verse.
The SECOND BOOK of the PSALMS, PARAPHRAS'D.
The THIRD BOOK of the PSALMS, PARAPHRAS'D.
Part of the FOURTH BOOK of the PSALMS, PARAPHRAS'D.
The FIFTH BOOK of the PSALMS, PARAPHRAS'D.
1 Part Aleph.
2 Part. Beth.
Part 3. Gimel.
Part 4. Daleth.
Part 4. He.
Part 6. Vau.
Part 7. Zain.
Part 8. Cheth.
Part 9. Teth.
Part 10. Jod.
Part 11. Caph.
Part 12. Lamed.
Part 13. Mem.
Part 14. Nun.
Part 15. Samech.
Part 16. Ain.
Part 17. Pe.
Part 8. Tsaddi.
Part 19. Koph.
Part 20. Resh.
Part 21. Schin.
Part 22. Tau.
HYMNS Ʋsed in the Church Service.
[Te Deum laudamus.]
Gloria of six Verses.
Gloria of eight Verses.