The bell rings again, and then rises a psalmody of responsive choirs, in a grave and melodious tone.
Again, we say, beware of a man who has psalmody in his looks.
He was born in England, about 1690, and was both a composer and publisher of psalmody.
The convocation broke up in sobs, psalmody, and kisses on the cheek.
Prayer and psalmody were to have their stated hours, but by no means to intrude on those devoted to useful labour.
In Cheetham's psalmody is it written with a trumpet obligato.
I walked up the church to blasts of psalmody from that noisy choir.
A change or improvement in this respect would give a more enlivening interest in psalmody.
Like all gases it ascends, and so passes out of the esophagus in prayer and psalmody.
Deacon Justin did not confine his musical performances to psalmody and the accompanying of hymns.