Harmonia Sacra Glocestriensis (Hine, William)

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Work Title Harmonia Sacra Glocestriensis, or Select Anthems for 1, 2 & 3 Voices and a Te-Deum and Jubilate together with a Voluntary for the Organ Compos'd by Mr William Hine late Organist of the Cathedral Church at Glocester [sic]
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Composer Hine, William
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 anthems, 1 jubilate, 1 te deum by Henry Hall, 1 voluntary
First Publication. 1731?
Language English
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation voices (up to 3 solo; 4, 5 or more chorus), continuo (organ)

Misc. Comments

William Hine's posthumous publication.

Born at Brightwell, Oxfordshire, in 1687, Hine had been a chorister and lay clerk at Magdalen College, Oxford, whence he was dismissed 'prompter fornicationem, manifestam, et scandolasam'. He later went to London to study with Jeremiah Clarke. Unlike his two predecessors ar Gloucester, and despite his somewhat early blemished reputation, Hine was a success with the Dean and Chapter, who voluntarily raised his stipend in appreciation of his personal and musical qualities (according to his memorial). He died 28 August 1730.

Contents

An Anthem, Psalm 54, vv.1-4,6. Treble solo, organ; SATB chorus, organ
Save me O God, verse. E minor
Hear my prayer O God, verse upon a ground. E minor
Save me O God, chorus. E minor
Behold, God is my helper, verse. E minor
An off'ring of a free heart, verse. E major
Hallelujah, solo. E major
Hallelujah, chorus. E major
An Anthem, Psalm 33, vv.1,2,10,11. SATB chorus, organ; bass solo, organ; 2 voices, organ.
Rejoyce in the Lord, chorus. G major
For it becometh well the just, chorus. G major
Praise the Lord with harp, chorus. G major
For it becometh well the just, chorus. G major
The Lord bringeth the counsel of the heathen to nought, verse solo. G major
The counsel of the Lord shall endure, verse duet. G minor
Rejoyce in the Lord, chorus. G major
Glory be to the Father, chorus. G major
Jubilate. SSATB chorus, organ; 3 voices, organ.
O be joyful in the Lord, chorus. E major
Be ye sure that the Lord he is God, SSA voices and organ. E major
O go your way in to his gates, chorus. E major
For the Lord is gracious, ATB voices and organ. E major
Glory be to the Father, chorus. E major
Te Deum by Henry Hall. SATB chorus, organ;
We praise thee O God, chorus. E major
To thee all Angels cry aloud, verse, SST voices and organ. E major
Holy, holy, holy Lord God of Sabaoth, chorus. E major
When thou took'st upon thee, verse, SST voices. A major
When thou hadst overcome the sharpness of death, verse, SST voices.
Thou sittest at the right hand of God, verse, ATB voices.
We believe that thou, verse, ATB voices.
We therefore pray thee, verse, ATB voices.
Make them to be numbred with thy saints, chorus. E major
Vouchsafe O Lord, verse, SST voices.
O Lord have mercy, verse, ATB voices and organ.
O Lord let thy mercy lighten upon us, chorus. E major
An Anthem, Psalm 145.
I will magnifie thee, ATB voices and organ. C major
Great is the Lord, alto solo and organ.
One generation shall praise thy works, ATB & organ
One generation shall praise thy works, chorus
As for me, I will be talking of thy worship, bass solo & organ
The memorial of thine abundant kindness, verse, ATB & organ. C minor
The Lord is gracious, verse upon a ground, AT & organ. C minor
All thy works praise thee, verse, ATB & organ. C major
Allelujah, chorus. G major
All thy works praise thee, verse, ATB & organ. C major
Allelujah, chorus. C major
Voluntary, F major