We finally finished up recording the next set of Psalms from the psalter we use, this time Psalms 94A-98B!

Interestingly in this set, Psalm 98A breaks off into a round amongst the parts half way through, so rather than us switching into the harmony parts in the middle of all the verses like we normally do, we had to include the harmonies from the beginning, and even the bass part this time (although, it’s quite evident I’m not a bass 🙂 ). Still, it was a fun one to do too, and the words are great!

Also as a note, when the Psalm uses the word “stupid”, it means lacking senses, like being in a stupor. See Webster’s 1828 definition for “stupid“.

Without further ado, here they are:

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Psalms 94A-98B

We pray maybe these help others learn them, and put a song of praise in our hearts!

Ps 30:4 – “Sing unto the Lord, O ye saints of his, and give thanks at the remembrance of his holiness.

— David

Previous Psalms singings:

Psalms 1A-12B (minus 4B)
Psalms 4B & 13-18L
Psalms 19A-22E
Psalms 22F-24C
Psalms 25A-27F
Psalms 28A-31G
Psalms 32A-34D
Psalms 35A-37F
Psalms 38B-40F
Psalms 41A-44F
Psalms 45A-49C
Psalms 50A-53
Psalms 54A-59B
Psalms 60A-65B
Psalms 66A-68E
Psalms 69A-71D
Psalms 72A-76B
Psalms 77A-78H
Psalms 79A-84B
Psalms 85A-89H
Psalms 90A-93A