This is a call out to Pray Tell participants for suggested resources for chanting the psalms daily.
One of my spiritual directees has for some time been praying the hours at home with his wife and daughters using eight or so Gregorian tones, but at this point would like to add other chant tones, such as those he has appreciatively encountered at various Benedictine monasteries in the USA. He desires a psalter (or similar psalm collection) that includes the chant tones above the psalm texts (that is, not just the words, as in The Revised Grail Psalms, Singing Version [GIA/Conception Abbey]).
I hope my request for suggestions here is adequately clear. My friend and his family belong to a Church of Christ community (Stone Campbell Movement) and, so, is not in need of a Roman Catholic hymnal with Mass chants and such. That said, if there were to be such hymnals that include a strong set of psalmody with chant lines that would thoroughly serve Morning and Evening Prayer, I’m sure he’d be grateful to look into them.
Well, my friend’s inquiry has left me “as lost as a Jesuit in Holy Week,” albeit with an ecumenical, Nashville-based twist. Perhaps my open ignorance here will generate some replies educative of not only this Jesuit theologian and his Protestant friend but some other folks as well. Thanks, in advance!