Music

dsc_0026-copyAlong with the McGrath family of Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland, I have arranged and recorded three volumes of psalms set to Irish and Scottish melodies. Go to www.celticpsalms.com to hear song samples and learn more about this bridge-building project.

Here is a sample of one of our songs, based on Psalm 144.

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