Some articles on psalm, psalms:
... Tre Motteter, "Three Motets" Afflictus Sum, (Psalm 389, Danish and French Psalm 37), Dominus regit me, (Psalm 231-2, Danish and French Psalm 22), Benedictus Dominus, (Psalm 3122, Danish and French Psalm 30) ...
... Introduction The Song of David, the Shepherd Psalm All Praise to Him Song of Victory March Psalm In the Lord I Put my Faith Psalm O Had I Wings Like a ...
... Mass (1866–67) S.12, Requiem (1867–68) S.13, Psalm 13 (Herr, wie lange ?) (1855-1858/1862/later) S.14, Psalm 18 (Coeli enarrant) (1860) S.15, Psalm 23 (Mein ... S.36, Dall' alma Roma (1866) S.37, Mihi autem adhaerere (from Psalm 73) (1868) S.38, Ave Maria II (1869) S.39, Inno a Maria Vergine (1869) S.40, O salutaris hostia I (1869?) S.41, Pater noster ...
... the Chicago Reader, film critic Jonathan Rosenbaum argues that Red Psalm "may well be the greatest Hungarian film of the 60s and 70s." The Time Out Film ...
... Psalms is a book of the Hebrew Bible and the Christian Old Testament ... Psalm may also refer to Psalm (Paul Motian album) Psalm (Terl Bryant album) Psalm (song), by Roxy Music The Swiss Psalm, Switzerland's national anthem ...
More definitions of "psalm":
- (noun): One of the 150 lyrical poems and prayers that comprise the Book of Psalms in the Old Testament; said to have been written by David.
- (noun): Any sacred song used to praise the Deity.
Famous quotes containing the word psalm:
“Let the floods clap their hands; let the hills be joyful together.
Before the Lord; for he cometh to judge the earth; with
righteousness shall he judge the world, and the people with equity.”
—Bible: Hebrew Psalm XCVIII (l. XCVIII, 89)
“And I said, Oh that I had wings like a dove! for then would I fly
away, and be at rest.”
—Bible: Hebrew Psalm LV (l. LV, 6)
“The law of the Lord is perfect, converting the soul: the testimony
of the Lord is sure, making wise the simple.”
—Bible: Hebrew Psalm XIX (l. XIX, 7)