More resources for singing the Hallel Psalms (friends edition)

Here are a few more places to go if you are looking to sing through the Hallel Psalms (Psalms 113-118) and our new compilation didn’t have enough options for you!

Greg Scheer
Greg got so excited about our compilation that he wrote a suite of songs for the whole collection.  You can listen and grab sheet music for the compositions HERE.

Evan Mazunik
Evan helps lead music at a couple of churches in the brooklyn area and a few years ago produced “Sunday Songs” writing through the church calendar. One of these was Josiah Conder’s Psalm 113.  Listen/Chart

A short refrain from the Taize community for Psalm 117 “Laudate Dominum.”  Here is an article from Reformed Worship on how to use Taize in worship. Youtube clips

Grace Seattle Experimental Orchestra
Phil Peterson has a driving arr. of Watts text to Psalm 117. You can listen and buy HERE.

Nathan Partain
Nathan contributed an original from Psalm 113 to our compilation and also retuned Conder’s Psalm 113 “Hallelujah! Raise O Raise” a few years back.  mp3 | chart

Matt Searles
Matt has an album on the Psalms that you can check out on Bandcamp. He wrote original music and text to Psalm 116. mp3 | chart

Ari the MC
I love this collection of psalms that includes the Hallel Psalms from a Jewish Christian rapper in Cleveland.


“Hallel Psalms” is our sixth “flash mob” compilation. This collection of songs meditates on Psalms 113-118 often called the “Egyptian Hallel.” They were traditionally sung during passover, were sung by the disciples at the last supper, and make a fantastic set of texts to guide worship and devotion during Holy Week.

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