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Satb Psalms

Below is a list of all the SATB psalms in our catalogue. Make a selection by clicking on the name of the piece. You will then be taken to the product details for your selected psalm. You may then add it to your shopping cart.

Psalm 4 - Setting one by Phillip Magness
Psalm 4 - Setting two by Phillip Magness
Psalm 24 - Stephen R. Johnson
Psalm 27 - Jonathan Kohrs
Psalm 29 - Stephen R. Johnson
Psalm 29 - Jonathan Kohrs
Psalm 32 - Dawn Sonntag
Psalm 41 - Stephen R. Johnson
Psalm 62 - Phillip Magness
Psalm 66 - Jeffrey Blersch
Psalm 71 - Phillip Magness
Psalm 80 - Jeffrey Blersch
Psalm 99 - Dawn Sonntag
Psalm 130 - Phillip Magness

Psalm 4

A setting of Psalm 4 for SATB choir and piano, with choral refrain (v.8) and original psalm tones, by Phillip Magness.
3.00
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Psalm 4

A setting of Psalm 4 for SATB choir, with choral refrain (v.7) and original psalm tones, by Phillip Magness. Congregation may double soprano on the refrain.
4.00
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Psalm 51

An SATB setting of v. 17, for use as an antiphon, refrain, or choral responsory, by Kevin Hildebrand.
2.50
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Psalm 19:7-14

A setting of Psalm 19:7-14 for SATB choir and congregation, with choral refrian and verses chanted responsively, by Phillip Magness
4.00
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Psalm 24

A setting of Psalm 24, by Stephen Johnson, with congregational refrain and Anglican chant for the verses. Verses intended to be chanted between soloist and choir or soloist and congregation.
5.00
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Psalm 27

A setting of Psalm 27 for SATB, with choral refrain and optional congregation on the verses, by Jonathan Kohrs
4.00
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Psalm for the Baptism of Our Lord

A through-composed setting of Psalm 29, for SATB choir and piano, by Jonathan Kohrs.
8.00
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Psalm 32

An SATB refrain for Psalm 32, using v. 11, by Dawn Sonntag. LSB formula tone recommended for the verses; others in same or related key may be used
3.50
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Psalm 41

A setting of Psalm 41 for SATB choir, piano, with optional handbells and congregation, by Stephen R. Johnson
6.00
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Psalm 62

A setting of Psalm 62 for SATB choir, piano, organ (or synthesizer), and handbells, by Phillip Magness
6.00
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Psalm 66

A refrain for Psalm 66 for SATB choir and/or congregation, by Jeffrey Blersh. Verses chanted for LSB tone "E" or comparable tone
2.00
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Psalm 71

A choral refrain for Psalm 71, using v. 12, by Phillip Magness. LSB tone "F" or comparable tone recommended for chanting the verses.
2.00
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Psalm 80

A refain for Psalm 80, for congregation and/or SATB choir, by Jeffrey Blersch. LSB tone "C" recommended for the verses.
2.00
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Psalm 96

for SAB choir, by Jonathan Kohrs.
3.00
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Psalm 99

An SATB choral refrain for Psalm 99, using v. 9, by Dawn Sonntag. LSB tone "E" or comparable tone recommended for chanting the verses.
2.50
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Psalm 130

A setting of Psalm 130 in the style of Taizé
5.00
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Psalm 139

A through-composed setting ("Psalm Anthem") for SATB choir, with optional congregational refrain, by Dawn Sonntag. Great for Pentecost!
6.00
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Psalm 142

A choral antiphon for SATB choir (Ps 142:5), with verses chanted according to formula tones. Other liturgical uses may include use as a choral responsory, opening sentences, a Gradual, or an antiphon to an Introit.
3.00
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Psalm 29

A refrain for Psalm 29, using verse 3, the appointed antiphon for Baptism of Our Lord, by Stephen R. Johnson. SATB and/or congregation.
2.00
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