The Revised Grail Psalms: A Liturgical Psalter Gift Edition ePub download
by Benedictine Monks of Conception Abbey,Gregory J. Polan OSB,Francis George OMI
- ISBN: 0814634834
- ISBN13: 978-0814634837
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- Language: English
- Category: Churches & Church Leadership
- Publisher: Liturgical Press; Revised edition (November 1, 2012)
- Pages: 332
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Revised Grail Psalms prepared by the monks of Conception Abbey under the direction of Abbot Gregory J. Polan.
So, the revised Grail Psalms is a revision of the original version (from 1963), and as most other revisions are, an attempt to be more accurate in translation all the while attempting to maintain the rhythmic goal made for chanting and singing. That's the history of this book as best as I understand it and I have to say I loved reading this version.
First published in 1963, the Grail Psalms were adopted worldwide for the Liturgy of the Hours and approved for .
First published in 1963, the Grail Psalms were adopted worldwide for the Liturgy of the Hours and approved for general liturgical use following the Second Vatican Council; this new translation was approved by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops on November 11, 2008, and was granted a recognitio by the Vatican's Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments.
The Revised Grail Psalms book. I began chanting the Gelineau Psalms, at first with the monks at St Meinrad, Southern Indiana. Shelves: catholic, monasticism-oblate, spiritual-life. I so loved chanting the Gelineau Psalms they became my constant companion. After fifty years of casual chanting I'm going at it with all my might in my retirement, in retreat, with the Revised Grail Psalms.
The Revised Grail Psalms. Francis E George, Gregory J Polan, Conception Abbey (Conception, M. Published by Liturgical Press 2012-11-01, Collegeville, Minn. Seller Inventory 9780814634837.
The Revised Grail Psalms: a Liturgical Psalter: Singing Version. Chicago: GIA, 2011, G-7984. ISBN 978-1-57999-838-7. Both George and Polan regard the 1963 version as admirable, but feel that the desire of its authors to adhere to certain rhythmic patterns too often resulted in paraphrases rather than accurate English translations. The chief reason for the present volumes is to render the original Hebrew Psalter more accurately, while retaining the poetic vision of the 1963 English version. We have space only to cite the incipits of a couple of Psalms. David's thrice-familiar pastorale now opens: "The Lord is my shepherd; there is nothing I shall want.
The Grail Psalms, published in 1963, were adopted worldwide for the Liturgy of the Hours, then approved for general liturgical usage after Vatican II. The book sought to reproduce the rhythms of the original Hebrew so they could be set to music, as in compositions by Joseph Gelineau. Lovely and sensitive,'--The Choral Journal. 352 pages, . ' x 6' imitation leather.
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The Revised Grail Psalms: A Liturgical Psalter. This revision of the 1963 Grail Psalms has been prepared by the monks of Conception Abbey under the direction of Abbot Gregory J. Polan, OSB, producing a translation that will play an important part in the liturgy for years to come. The Psalms: A New Translation. The Psalms are a most treasured prayer book of the Church. They are the foundation stones of both Jewish and Christian liturgy. As the inspired word of God, the Psalms hold a privileged place among all forms of prayer, public and private.
In the wake of the 2001 document Liturgiam authenticam, which called for more literal translations of the scriptures and liturgical texts, the monks of Conception Abbey, under the direction of Abbot Gregory Polan, OSB, undertook the work of a new translation of the Grail Psalms.
This beautiful new gift edition of The Revised Grail Psalms prepared by the monks of Conception Abbey under the direction of Abbot Gregory J. Polan, OSB, contains the complete Psalter in psalm order. Its supple, leather-like cover and ribbon make it a perfect addition to any library. Musicians, liturgists, worshipers, and all who love the Psalms will use and treasure this elegant edition.