One recording in particular caught my ear--the tune is "Land of Rest" which I had not heard before. I like this tune a lot. It reminds me of Maitland, or Retreat, or Cunningham; in other words, it's a very American-sounding tune. When I googled the tune, I found that it is in fact an American folk tune. I tried to find a midi file or the score for this tune, but the closest thing I could find had very different harmony, and wasn't nearly so appealing.
If anyone has a midi file or written music for "Land of Rest" with the parts as they are in this recording, I would be delighted if you would e-mail it to me via the e-mail address on the "About Me" page (click on the tab above).
The parts kick in on the second verse--wait for it:
Psalm 36 (v 5-9) - Land of Rest by Niallags
5. Thy mercy, Lord, is in the heav'ns;
thy truth doth reach the clouds;
6. Thy justice is like mountains great,
thy judgements deep as floods:
Lord, thou preservest man and beast.
7. How precious is thy grace!
Therefore in shadow of thy wings
men's sons their trust shall place.
8. They with the fatness of thy house
shall be well satisfy'd;
From rivers of thy pleasures thou
wilt drink to them provide.
9. Because of life the fountain pure
remains alone with thee;
And in that purest light of thine
we clearly light shall see.