A Collection of the Sacred Compositions (Gibbons, Orlando)



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Editor Frederick Arthur Gore Ouseley (1825-1889)
Publisher. Info. London: Novello, n.d.
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Work Title A Collection of the Sacred Compositions
Alternative. Title A collection of the sacred compositions of Orlando Gibbons, (of which the scores are not contained in Dr. Boyce's collection), from original mss, and part books, together with a transposed organ-part to some of his published works, the whole edited and arr. by Frederick A. Gore Ouseley
Composer Gibbons, Orlando
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 34 pieces
  1. First Preces in F major
  2. Second Preces in G major
  3. Venite exultemus in F major
  4. Te Deum laudamus in D minor
  5. Jubilate Deo in D minor
  6. Magnificat in D minor
  7. Nunc dimittis in D minor
  8. O Lord, in Thy Wrath
  9. O Lord, in Thee
  10. Why art Thou so Heavy?
  11. Blessed be to the Lord
  12. O Lord, Increase My Faith
  13. Deliver us, O Lord
  14. Behold, Thos hast Made
  15. This is the Record of John
  16. Behold, I Bring You
  17. If Ye be Risen Again
  18. We Praise Thee, O Father
  19. Lord, Grant Grace
  20. Glorious and Powerful God
  21. See, See, the Word is Incarnate
  22. Sing unto the Lord
  23. Blessed are All They
  24. Great Lord of Lords
  25. O Thou, the Central Orb
  26. O Lord, How do My Woes Increase
  27. O Lord, I Lift My Heart to Thee
  28. Four Hymn Tunes
  29. Lift Up Your Heads (organ transposition)
  30. Hosanna (organ transposition)
  31. Almighty and Everlasting (organ transposition)
  32. O Clap Your Hands (organ transposition)
  33. God is Gone Up (organ transposition)
  34. Service in F major (organ transposition)
First Publication. 1873
Language English, Latin
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation Mixed chorus and organ