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Definition of Psalmodical

Psalmodical
Psalmodic Psal*mod"ic, Psalmodical Psal*mod"ic*al, a. [Cf. F. psalmodique.] Relating to psalmody.

Meaning of Psalmodical from wikipedia

- Exclusive psalmody is the practice of singing only the biblical Psalms in congregational singing as worship. Today it is practised by several Protestant...
- lost, the means to reconstruct it are still extant. Fragments of temple psalmody are preserved in ancient synagogue and church chant, particularly in the...
- Gelineau psalmody is a method of singing the Psalms that was developed in France by Catholic Jesuit priest Joseph Gelineau around 1953, with English translations...
- Psalmody Abbey, also Psalmodie Abbey or Psalmodi Abbey (French: Abbaye de Psalmody, Psalmodi or Psalmodie), was a Benedictine abbey located near Saint-Laurent-d'Aigouze...
- Responsorial psalmody primarily refers to the placement and use of the Psalm within the readings at a Christian service of the Eucharist. The Psalm chosen...
- West gallery music, also known as Georgian psalmody, refers to the sacred music (metrical psalms, with a few hymns and anthems) sung and pla**** in English...
- The Psalmody Movement is a general term often used to cover a period of m**** musical education in Britain. It is sometimes also referred to as the "choral...
- Hymn tune Lutheran chorale Lutheran hymn Anglican church music Exclusive psalmody Scottish church music Normative principle Anglican chant Homophony vs....
- Hour Eucharistic miracle Fermentum Fourth Council of the Lateran Gelineau psalmody Gregorian chant History of the Roman Canon Lex orandi, lex credendi Liturgical...
- Hour Eucharistic miracle Fermentum Fourth Council of the Lateran Gelineau psalmody Gregorian chant History of the Roman Canon Lex orandi, lex credendi Liturgical...