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  • Author:
    Isaac Everett
  • ISBN:
    0898696178
  • ISBN13:
    978-0898696172
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  • Publisher:
    CHURCH PUBLISHING INC (May 1, 2009)
  • Pages:
    278 pages
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    Churches & Church Leadership
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Isaac Everett's Emergent Psalter is fascinating. This book can help to recapture the Psalms as a transformative sung prayer book.

Isaac Everett's Emergent Psalter is fascinating. This was his Master's Thesis and is incredibly well-documented. The music is very simple and flexible.

Isaac Everett's Emergent Psalter is clearly a work of love

Isaac Everett's Emergent Psalter is clearly a work of love. Springing from the life of a young, emergent congregation, it embodies the best of old and new, and it is a sign of maturity in our important movement. net), author of The New Christians: Dispatches from the Emergent Frontier. The Emergent Psalter invites lovers of liturgy and its renewal, regardless of their faith, to discover an ancient poem sung as a new song. Isaac Everett's passion for the psalms is matched by his careful attention to scholarly detail.

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Title: The Emergent Psalter By: Isaac Everett Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 256 Vendor: Church Publishing Inc. Publication Date: 2009 Dimensions: . 0 X . 0 (inches) ISBN: 0898696178 ISBN-13. 0 (inches) ISBN: 0898696178 ISBN-13: 9780898696172 Stock No: WW696172. Grounded in the liturgical tradition and scholarship, the author explores what he calls the "new traditionalism" that notes the recent resurgence of interest in ancient forms of liturgy and spiritual practice. Everett communicates the seriousness with which he approaches his subject by offering a brief history of psalms and an exegesis of selected psalm texts.

The Emergent Psalter by Isaac Everett and Publisher Church Publishing. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9780898698343, 0898698340. The Emergent Psalter serves to provide that resource. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9780898696172, 0898696178. Featuring music written for two emerging communities (Transmission in New York and Church of the Apostles in Seattle), this book is an excellent resource for anyone producing an alternative worship service or thinking of starting one. The world’s eTextbook reader for students. VitalSource is the leading provider of online textbooks and course materials.

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The emergent psalter by Isaac Everett. New York: Church Publishing, 2009. Thus it is no surprise that the sample worship outlines in the final section of the book feature hymns by Shirley Ereiia Murray, Brian Wren, Dan Damon, and myself. 278 pp. ISBN 978-0-89869-617-2. There are many selections from More voices, the 2007 United Church of Canada collection, including songs from the worldwide church. This care for the meaning of words and for truly diverse styles is indeed hopeful for the church.

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Grounded in the liturgical  tradition and scholarship, the author explores what he calls the "new traditionalism" that notes the recent resurgence of interest in ancient forms of liturgy and spiritual practice. Everett communicates the seriousness with which he approaches his subject by offering a brief history of psalms and an exegesis of selected psalm texts. As a composer, he speaks clearly about the process of capturing the essence of each psalm in the brief, but beautiful antiphons that accompany them.  The psalter itself consists of musically notated antiphon melodies with chord symbols followed by the printed psalm text which is read aloud... Many alternative and emerging church communities have begun exploring ancient music and liturgical traditions despite a lack of high-quality, published liturgical music, which does not require (or even desire) an organ and a four- part choir. The Emergent Psalter serves to provide that resource. Featuring music written for two emerging communities (Transmission in New York and Church of the Apostles in Seattle), this book is an excellent resource for anyone producing alternative worship service or thinking of starting one.

Xmatarryto
This is a perfect warning against judging a book by its cover. Before I opened it, I was expecting some kinds of New Age, laid back approaches to a liturgical mainstay. This was far removed from what the book actually offered, which was an explanation of how really good psalm singing is done, drilling deep down into the DNA of how, for example, good antiphons are written. It is not as simple as using the first line, and the author demonstrates why that is.This is not superficial, it is about as deep into liturgy as I've seen so far, on the bones of the psalms in the liturgy.
Coron
Helpful, scholarly, and a good introduction to the Psalter for the church of these new times. Explanations of Psalms stay true to tradition while offering the less-informed modern Christian a good foundation for what the Psalms can mean and have meant. A good resource for anyone seeking to bring these ancient songs and prayers into the 21st Century.
Dusho
Isaac Everett's Emergent Psalter is fascinating. This was his Master's Thesis and is incredibly well-documented. The music is very simple and flexible. The tunes are lovely and easy to learn. It is a practical guide to psalm-singing if you are from a congregation that doesn't sing them. They can be sung with voices only, with guitar, keyboard, or any number of ways. Also, they are designed to be easy so that folks don't have to hold a piece of paper in front of them. If you are always looking for fresh ways to enhance your worship, this is a 'Must-buy.'
Roru
The Psalms are the churches ancient song book containing every emotion and experience known to man and relating them to God. Why is it that they have largely disappeared from our churches? This book can help to recapture the Psalms as a transformative sung prayer book. Isaac Everett has done a fabulous job capturing the sentiments encapsulated in each psalm with his antiphon - and done it in a creative, accessible way. This book would be a great addition to any churches service (Liturgical or not!)