This blog is devoted to one of the greatest of the16th-century psalters, compiled over several decades, beginning in 1539 in Strassbourg and completed in 1562 in Geneva, where it became the principal liturgical book among the Reformed Christians. This is part of a larger website devoted to The Genevan Psalter, hosted by Redeemer University College.
Last month I was contacted by one Michael Owens, of Pennsylvania, who has set up a website called the Genevan Psalter Resource Centre, an encyclopaedic clearinghouse of information relevant to the 16th-century psalter, including various versifications of the texts and arrangements of the tunes. This is a significant resource worth taking a look at. At present he is adapting my own harmonizations of the melodies for SATB singing. I wish him the best as he continues this work.
I've made one more update to the website, adding the following video to the links page under The Psalms on Youtube. The singers of Festivalensemble Innovantiqua begin with Psalm 124 in Hebrew, proceed to sing Genevan Psalm 9 in Turkish, followed by Sarband's instrumental rendition, complete with whirling dervishes. Then comes Psalm 6, also versified by Ali Ufki, performed by soloist and instrumentalists. This is from a concert performed by the two groups in January of this year at the St. Arbogast Reformed Church in Winterthur, Switzerland.