Psalm 116 vv1-2, 7-9, 11-end (Anglican Chant)

page one of Psalm 116 vv1-2, 7-9, 11-end (Anglican Chant)

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Full details

My Anglican chants are here identified by the words for which they were originally composed, or with words to which they are suited. Choir directors/organists should, however, feel free to use any chant with any portion of psalmody that the music seems to fit.

Suggested pointing:


1 I am | well – | pleased :

That the Lord hath heard the | voice of | my – | prayer ;

2 That he hath inclined his | ear · unto | me :

Therefore will I call upon | him as |long as · I | live.


3 The snares of death compassed me | round a|bout :

And the pains of | hell gat | hold u|pon me.

4 I shall find trouble and heaviness* and I will call upon the | Name of · the | Lord :

O Lord I be|seech thee · de|liver · my | soul.

5 Gracious is the | Lord and | righteous :

Yea | our – | God is | merciful.

6 The Lord pre|serveth · the |simple :

I was in | mise·ry | and he | help-ed me.


7 Turn again then unto thy rest | O my | soul :

For the | Lord hath · re|warded | thee.

8 And why?* thou hast delivered my | soul from | death :

Mine eyes from | tears · and my | feet from | falling.

2nd ½ 9 I will walk be|fore the | Lord :

In the | land – | of the | living.


10a I believed and therefore | will I | speak :

But | I was | sore – | troubled ;

10b I | said in · my | haste || – :

All – | men are | liars.


11 What reward shall I | give unto · the | Lord :

For all the benefits that | he hath | done · unto | me?

12 I will receive the | cup of · sal|vation :

And call u|pon the | Name of · the | Lord.

13a I will pay my | vows – | now :

In the | presence · of | all his | people.

13b Right dear in the | sight of · the | Lord :

Is the | death of | his – | saints.

14 Behold, O Lord, how that | I am · thy | servant :

I am thy servant and the son of thine handmaid*

thou hast | broken · my | bonds in | sunder.

15 I will offer to thee the | sacrifice · of | thanksgiving :

And will | call u·pon the | Name of · the | Lord.

16a I will pay my vows un|to the | Lord :

In the | sight of | all his | people ;

16b In the courts of the | Lord's – | house :

Even in the midst of thee, O Jerusalem.* | Praise – | – the | Lord.

Glory be to the Father* | and to · the | Son :

And to the | Ho - | - ly | Ghost ;

As it was in the beginning* is now and | ever | shall be :

World without | end.* A | - - | men.

Score ID
Year of composition
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
1 minute
Choir + keyboard
Modern classical music

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