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Life

Born: 1576

Died: 30 November 1623

Biography

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List of choral works

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Sacred Works

Morning and Evening Canticles

  • First Service
    • Te Deum
    • Kyrie
    • Credo
    • Magnificat
    • Nunc Dimittis
  • Second Service
    • Te Deum
    • Jubilate
    • Kyrie
    • Credo
    • Offertory
    • Magnificat
    • Nunc Dimittis
  • Third Service to the organs in F fa ut
    • Magnificat
    • Nunc Dimittis
  • The Fourth Service "for Trebles"
    • Magnificat
    • Nunc Dimittis
  • The Fifth Service
    • Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis "in medio chori"
  • Sixth Evening Service in D     (2 editions available)
  • The Seventh Service
  • Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis from the Short Service     (2 editions available)
  • The Eighth Service
  • Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis for Five voices
  • The Ninth Service
    • Te Deum
    • Jubilate
    • Magnificat
    • Nunc Dimittis

Anthems

  • Deliver us, O Lord
  • O happy he whom Thou protect’st

Verse Anthems

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  • All laud and praise
  • Give thy ear O God
  • Give the king Thy judgements
  • If King Manasses
  • In Thee, O Lord
  • O Lord, how joyful is the king
  • Plead Thou my cause
  • What joy so true

Secular Works


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