We are delighted to invite you to a special session of the Psalms in Interfaith Contexts led by the musicologist Dr Merav Rosenfeld-Hadad (University of Cambridge) and the composer David Lee (ServiceMusic). They will discuss the liturgical, historical and cultural contexts of Psalm 130 in Jewish and Christian traditions while exploring its different and similar roles and functions.
Here are the details of this fascinating session.
Topic: When Music Meets Psalms: Psalm 130.
Speakers: Dr Merav Rosenfeld-Hadad, University of Cambridge and David Lee, ServiceMusic.
Date: 11 July, 2022
Time: 18:00-19:00 BST I 10:00-11:00 PT | 13:00-14:00 ET
Video recording in available here:
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- Exile and Restoration in the Psalms
- Psalm 37:25, Innocent Suffering, and Divine Recompense
- Psalm 132: A Song of Ascents
- Psalm 88: ‘Fists Flailing at the Gates of Heaven’
- Psalm 82: Demanding Justice
- Surprising Uplift of Psalm 23
- ‘Deep cries unto deep’: Julian of Norwich and Psalm 42
- Psalm 44 and the Book of Job: God on Trial
- Psalm 51: Contemporary Multifaith Interpretations
- Comparative Reading of Psalms and Abrahams’ Prayers in the Quran
- Psalm 33: Mystical Reading
- Psalm 139
- Psalm 1: Inaugural Session by Revd Dr John Goldingay
- Psalm 131: How I Weaned Myself from the Breast of God
- When Music Meets Psalms: Psalm 130
- Psalm 46: Singing in Hope and Defiance
- Psalm 19: Muslim Reflections on Creation
- Psalm 106: Fall of Jerusalem and Lamentations Ch.3
- Midrash Tehillim on Psalm 24
- Spurring Colonialism and Slavery: Protestants and Catholics United in their Use of Psalm 132
- Awake, My Soul! Psalms: 44; 57; 133; 143
- The Art of Sacred Sound in the Muslim Context: Psalms and Islam
- Music, Poetry, and Psalm 131 in Christian Liturgy
- Ancient Versions of Psalms in Dialogue: Psalms 49 and 104