Authentic Benedictine Chants You Can Learn at Home
Fifteen hundred years ago, St. Benedict established a system of ora et labora prayer and work that monastics still follow today. Central to this prayerful integration of body and spirit is psalmody, or chanting the psalms.
On Singing the Psalms, Episcopal priest Cynthia Bourgeault shows how the psalms can awaken rich spiritual and psychological insights accessible to you today, whatever your level of vocal skill or theological understanding.
Includes a mini-psalter (psalm book) with instructions, musical notations, rhythmic and melodic suggestions, and more.
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Review for Singing the Psalms Review by Christine N
Love the work of Cynthia Bourgeault. She can explain rather complex or ambigious content into a format that is easy to understand and apply. She presents Christian teachings in a refreshing and non-judgmental way. Her recent work related to Mary Magdalene is fascinating and eye-opening. Highly recommend her work. (Posted on February 6, 2014)
Review for Singing the Psalms Review by Michelle white
Cynthia is extremely intelligent yet speaks directly to the heart in her teachings. Her depth of wisdom is rare and very much needed. I highly recommend this recording and this practice. (Posted on November 11, 2013)
Review for Singing the Psalms Review by Kathy S
I couldn't really get into this CD. Not sure why but it just did not resonate with me. (Posted on December 20, 2012)
|Contents||Audio download (4 hours 15 minutes)|
|Filetypes||M4B, MP3, PDF, ZIP|
|Date Published||June 30, 2005|