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"Sing to the Lord a New Song"

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Hymn and Psalm
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Online Exhibition: Learning to Sing: Presbyterian hymnals and psalters

Psalms and Hymns Adapted to the Public Worship and Approved by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. Philadelphia: Solomon Allen, 1830.
As a part of religious tradition, music is as diverse as it is
all-encompassing.
From Gregorian chant to Native American flute music, cultures use music as a way to worship and praise. For most Protestants, singing praises to God has taken the form of psalms or hymns. Followers of John Calvin preferred psalms, while Martin Luther's followers developed hymnody as part of their worship. Through the years, Presbyterians have developed a variety of ways to "Sing to the Lord a new song." (Psalms 96:1)