Benas Ulevičius and Artūras Chalikovas "MORE PRECIOUS THAN GOLD"
St. Basil the Great: "
When the Holy Spirit saw that the human race was guided only with difficulty toward virtue, and that, because of our inclination toward pleasure, we were neglectful of an upright life, what did He do? The delight of melody He mingled with the doctrines so that by the pleasantness and softness of the sound heard we might receive without perceiving it the benefit of the words, just as wise physicians who, when giving the fastidious rather bitter drugs to drink, frequently smear the cup with honey. Therefore, He devised for us these harmonious melodies of the Psalms, that they who are children in age, or even those who are youthful in disposition, might to all appearances chant but, in reality, become trained in soul. For never has any one of the many indifferent persons gone away easily holding in mind either an apostolic or prophetic message but they do chant the words of the Psalms, even in the home, and they spread them about in the market place, and if, perchance, someone becomes exceedingly wrathful, when he begins to be soothed by a Psalm, he departs with the wrath of his soul immediately lulled to sleep by means of the melody." (Homily X, 1; “On Psalm I”)
1. Psalm 1. Blessed is the man
2. Psalm 2. Kiss the Son
3. Psalm 3. Your blessing is upon Your people
4. Psalm 4. The Lord will hear
5. Psalm 5. Give ear to my words, O Lord
6. Psalm 6. O Lord, do not rebuke me
7. Psalm 7. O Lord my God
8. Psalm 8. O Lord, our Lord
9. Psalm 9. And there rejoice in Your salvation
10. Psalm 10. Why, O Lord, do You stand far off?
11. Psalm 11. In the Lord I take refuge
12. Psalm 12. Help, Lord
13. Psalm 13. But I trust in Your unfailing love
14. Psalm 14. The fool says in his heart, "There is no God."
15. Psalm 15. Lord, who may dwell in Your sanctuary?
Leidėjas: Arturas Chalikovas, 2010
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