The Goodness of the Lord

I composed this psalm for friends over twenty-seven years ago. I noticed the comment from a visitor asking about a musical setting of Psalm 33 for a wedding. I have an audio of my psalm setting here:

The Goodness of the Lord

Using this for a parishioner’s wedding last year gave me an opportunity to update with the Revised Grail text and adjust a musical awkward spot or two. I found the Grail text to be very conducive to a metrical music setting. At least this one. Eloise, or any others, if you want a copy of this setting, please contact me.

Note: Gratis permission is granted to Todd Flowerday to post to the Internet individual audio files of musical settings of the Revised Grail Psalms. These digital files may be distributed to, and downloaded by, the general public for use within their religious communities, provided no remuneration is exchanged for this use. Any composer wishing to sell his/her settings of the Revised Grail Psalms, whether at cost or for a profit, should contact GIA for permission. All other policies regarding copyright notice and other licensing stipulations must be observed; visit www.giamusic.com/RGP for more information.

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Todd and his family live in Ames, Iowa. He serves a Catholic parish of both Iowa State students and town residents.
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