Above music sample from the Project is Psalm 150.
Orders NOW Being Taken
Covid-19 Deal! Every order of the Psalterium Project recording also includes the CD of the Easter Matins made back in the 1990’s and released in 2009 by the Schola Cantorum Amsterdam on the occasion of the choir’s 50th anniversary. For a review of this recording (scroll down a bit) see: https://www.gregoriaanskoor.nl/cds-en-opnamen/
Prices listed below include all 12 CDs, DVD documentary, and the hard cover book Psalterium Currens with all 150 psalms and 183 antiphons – many published for the first time. Prices include packaging and delivery costs.
To any address in the Netherlands: 75 euros
To any address in Europe (ex. Russia): 82 euros
Rest of the world: 90 euros
Covid Notice: We send our overseas orders via the Postal Service. To addresses outside of the European Union this may now take up to 4-6 weeks! Maybe more! Before Covid – 4-7 working days was the estimated delivery to North America! This delay all due to a lot less international air traffic – parcels hang around Amsterdam’s airport for weeks sometimes before it moves to a foreign destination where it also hangs around in a major hub before going to an urban address near the ultimate destination.
We can also send via DHL from the Netherlands. This means delivery a lot sooner (a week or two they promise) but! – cost is 30 euros more! Ergo: If you want an earlier delivery – add 30 euros to your PayPal or bank payment – and it will go via DHL out of the Netherlands to their partners to all foreign addresses outside the EU. And hope that they deliver on their promise! No guarantees on our part.
BIC Code (also known as Swift code): INGBNL2A
IBAN: NL82 INGB 0006 730247
Name of recipient: Stichting Psalterium
Address of recipient: De Maalkom 11, 1191LP Ouderkerk a/d Amstel, The Netherlands
N.B. Orders within the EU and Euro area and paid via PayPal pay the ‘rest of world’ price.
Reason: Online payments within the Euro area via Euro area bank transfers are free of costs to both parties. Payments via PayPal are not. Costs of any other non-Euro bank imposed transactions are borne by the Foundation. Our pricing is based on these parameters. This is a not-for-profit Foundation. All additional funds go to support new projects. See an outline of our next project here.
Don’t forget to communicate your delivery address. You can do this in the bank transfer or via the Contact Page after transferring the necessary funds to the above bank account. If the contact page link does not work email to: chantmen(at)gmail(dot)com
USA customers: New US customs regulations require a phone number of the recipient. Please forward your phone number when communicating your address to us.
PayPal Option (cheapest option for ‘rest of world’ buyers)
NEW!!! Download Possibilities
Not into CD’s anymore? We anticipated that when we started this project that CD’s might be history after we made the recording over the seven years to publication in 2018.
But hey! You can download the whole Psalterium Currens via Spotify in three parts for 10 USD each. Or via other such avenues. Only ITunes accepted our Project for only two thirds. Question of changing one of the three parts with a new ISBN number. Too complicated for us. Go to Spotify for the whole vocal package.
The book Psalterium Currens with text and music of all the Psalms (284 pages) is NOT online. You can order a copy for 20 euros plus delivery costs. We published a couple of hundred more copies of the book than of the CD Box. Send us an email of your request to: chantmen(at)gmail(dot)com. We’ll make it happen!
RezensionHartkerianaBzG is a review (PDF in German) from the Beiträge zur Gregorianik (December 2019) on the Psalterium Project.
An English language review of the Project was published in the US Fanfare Magazine in their Nov/Dec edition in 2018. Scroll down a bit under the sample sounds at: http://www.psalterium.nl/
In January 2018 Dutch television broadcasted our documentary of the Psalterium Project. We’ve edited English subtitles into our original version of this documentary. Link to the documentary? Here it is: