This beloved psalm, describing God shepherding us through green pastures and dark valleys, is set to the well-known air, “The Parting Glass.”
Proclaiming God’s power to transform sorrow into ‘dancing and song,’ this psalm is sung to the uplifting melody, “Green Grows the Laurel.”
This arrangement, set to the wordless tune, “Caisleán an Óir,” portrays the urgency and energy with which the psalmist may have written these words.
The haunting melody, “My Lagan Love” accompanies this psalm’s pleas for the listening ear of the Loving God who is ‘Lord of All.’
Testifying to God’s power to redeem us in times of trouble, this psalm is set to “The Meeting of the Waters.”
These psalms, sung to “The Quiet Land of Erin,” share hope in a forgiving God who is with us always, even when we are in the depths.
Combined with the lyrical air, “Banks of Claudy,” this beautiful psalm professes faith in a God who knits us together and knows us intimately.
This psalm – and also the traditional song, “The King’s Shilling” to which it is set – begins with battle but leads to a call for peace.
In this psalm, all creation praises the God who heals the broken-hearted. It is combined here with words from the Doxology and the rousing melody, “Mo Ghile Mear.”
Set to the Irish air ‘Paddy’s Green Shamrock Shore’, this song captures the lament of the Psalm while adding a drive and energy that brings to light the hope offered at its conclusion.
The air ‘Down in Yon Banke’ is originally a wordless Scottish country dance song, and in this rendition becomes a prayer for God’s eternal presence.
This Psalm of longing is set to the relatively well-known traditional melody, ‘Salley Gardens’.
The lyrical air of ‘Dawning of the Day’ (Fáinne Geal an Lae) conveys this Psalm’s message of courage and hope.
Composed by Ireland’s great poet Turlough O’Carolan, ‘Eleanor Plunkett’ is a cascading tune set to a Psalm of yearning and praise.
Set to the Scottish air ‘Ae Fonde Kiss’, this Psalm serves as a benediction prayer.
‘Willy Taylor’ is the inspiration for this Psalm of praise to a steadfast God.
This Psalm is sung to the air 'I Wish My Love Was a Red, Red Rose' and praises God's compassion and mercy.
This Psalm praises the God of creation and is based on an old version of the air 'Thugamar Féin an Samhradh Linn', recently rediscovered by Pádraigín Ní Uallacháin, which marks the arrival of spring.
Set to the 18th-century Scottish air 'MacPhearson’s Lament', this Psalm reflects on the comfort of God's everlasting protection.