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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Lawes, William, 1602-1645.
Collected vocal music. Part 3. Sacred music.
Middleton, WI : A-R Editions, ©2002
|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|Music Type:||Anthems; Motets; Canons and rounds|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William Lawes; Gordon J Callon
|Language Note:||English or Latin words; also printed as text on p. xxiv-xxxiv.|
|Notes:||Principally for 2-4 voices, with continuo.
Biographical and historical notes on p. ix-xxiii; critical notes on p. 209-232.
Appendix includes lost, fragmentary and wrongly attributed works.
|Description:||1 score (xxxiv, 240 pages, 9 pages of plates) : facsimiles ; 31 cm.|
|Contents:||Anthems. Let God arise ; The Lord is my light ; They that go down into the sea in ships --
Sacred song : When man for sin thy judgment feels --
"Oxford" Psalms. O Lord, in thee is all my trust ; All people that on earth do dwell ; Have mercy on us Lord ; Lord, in thy wrath reprove me not ; O Lord, consider my distress ; Cast me not, Lord, out from thy face ; O God, my strength and fortitude ; O Lord, of whom I do depend ; O Lord, turn not away thy face (incomplete) ; O God, my God ; O Lord, depart not now from me ; All ye that fear him, praise the Lord --
Motet Psalms. Lord, as the hart, imbost with heat ; Let God, the God of battle rise ; Out of the horror of the deep ; Oft from my early youth ; How like a widow! ; Judah in exile wanders ; How hath Jehovah's wrath ; Sing to the King of kings ; Praise the Lord enthroned on high ; My God! Oh, why hast thou forsook? ; My God, my rock, regard my cry ; They, who the Lord their fortress make ; Behold, how good and joyful a thing it is ; Oh, sing unto the Lord a new song ; I am weary of my groaning ; In the subtraction of my years ; How long wilt thou forget me, O Lord ; Lord, thy deserved wrath assuage ; Thou mover of the rolling spheres ; To thee I cry; Lord, hear my cries ; Thou, that art enthroned above ; Come, sing the great Jehovah's praise ; To thee, O God, my God ; To the God whom we adore ; Ye nations of the earth ; Let all in sweet accord clap hands ; Ne irascaris, Domine ; Memento, memento, Domine ; In resurrectione tua, Domine ; Gloria Patri et Filio ; O blest estate, blest from above! ; Our Sion strongly is secured --
Canons. Gloria in excelsis Deo ; Happy sons of Israel ; Jesus is harmonious ; Lord, thou hast been favourable ; Re mi re ut sol ; Regi regis regum ; She weepeth sore in the night ; These salt rivers of mine eyes ; 'Tis joy to see ; Why weep'st thou Mary?
|Series Title:||Recent researches in the music of the Baroque Era, v. 122.|
|Other Titles:||Vocal music.
|Responsibility:||William Lawes ; edited by Gordon J. Callon.|