The ARP Psalter with Bible Songs
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As a cooperative effort, compiled by and published for the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church and the Reformed Presbyterian Church.
"This, to me, is a very wise decision: I’d rather sing purer Psalms than rhyming Psalms. Following the Preface, there is an article entitled “Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church History of Psalm Singing” by Drs. C. Earl Linderman and Robert J. Cara. The ARP has a wonderful heritage of singing the Psalms and this article highlights some important events in the that history.
"Third, the Psalms. Each of the 150 Psalms is here set to music. The ARP Psalter differs from the RPCNA Psalter on which it is based in that the ARP Psalter only has one version of each Psalm or section of Psalm. So, in the RPCNA Psalter, there are 440 songs all based on the 150 Psalms. In the ARP Psalter, we have 297 songs based on the 150 Psalms, plus 55 “Bible Songs”. - Seth Stark, Aquila Report
Hardcover, pew version, 500 pages on thin paper, eight indexes covering: of Tunes (Alphabetically and Metrically); of Composers, Arrangers, and Sources; of Familiar Hymn Tunes; of Biblical Topics, Alphabetically; of Psalm Usage in the New Testament; of Bible Song Titles; of First Lines & Phrases, Alphabetically.
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