The Cathedral Magazine (Various)

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Publisher. Info. London: J. French, n.d.
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Work Title The Cathedral Magazine
Alternative. Title The Cathedral Magazine, or Divine Harmony. being a Collection of the most Valuable & Useful Anthems in Score. Several of which are Selected, from the Works of the most Eminent Authors, both Antient and Modern. The whole Selected, and carefully revised, by Able Masters
Composer Various
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 volumes
Volume 1
  1. Unattributed. Anthem for Easter Day. Christ is risen from the dead
  2. John Smith. Anthem, Psalm 72. Give the King thy judgements (not printed in Index)
  3. John Blow. Lord, how are they increased that trouble me
  4. attr. William Croft. Anthem for Whit Sunday, Psalm 47. O clap your hands together all ye people
  5. William Raylton. Anthem for the King's Birthday. Behold, O God our defender
  6. Mr. Tucker. Anthem, Psalm 105. O give thanks unto the Lord
  7. William Croft. O give thanks unto the Lord
  8. Jeremiah Clarke. Anthem, Psalm 103. The Lord is full of compassion and mercy
  9. Thomas Brown. Anthem for the City of London Lying-In-Hospital. Blessed are all they that fear the Lord
  10. William Byrd, or possibly John Bird. Arise, O Lord, why sleepest thou
  11. George Frideric Handel (arranged). Anthem for Christmas Day (taken from Messiah). There were shepherds
  12. Matthew Locke. Lord, let me know mine end
  13. Henry Purcell. Rejoice in the Lord always
  14. Raynor Taylor. Anthem, Psalm 61. Hear my crying, O God
  15. William Croft. The Lord of hosts is with us
Volume 2
  1. Pelham Humfrey. Lord, teach us to number our days
  2. Michael Wise. The ways of Sion do mourn
  3. Unattributed. Anthem, Psalm 95. Come, let us sing unto the Lord
  4. Unattributed. Chant in F major
  5. attr. Maurice Greene. The Lord is my strength
  6. Robert Hudson. Sanctus. Holy, holy, holy, Lord God of hosts
  7. Maurice Greene. Anthem, Psalm 119. Let my complaint come before thee
  8. Unattributed. Chant in A major
  9. Robert Creighton. I will arise
  10. Charles Stroude. Hear my pray'r, O Lord
  11. John Weldon. In thee, O Lord, have I put my trust
  12. Raynor Taylor. Anthem, Psalm 17. Hear, O Lord, and consider my complaint
  13. Richard Farrant. Hide not thou thy face from us
  14. Jeremiah Clarke. Praise the Lord, O my soul
  15. Unattributed. Thou shalt open my lips, O Lord
  16. John Blow. I was in the spirit on the Lord's day
  17. Henry Aldrich. God is our hope and strength
  18. Richard Farrant. Lord, for thy tender mercy's sake
  19. William Croft. My soul, be joyful in the Lord
  20. Maurice Greene. Acquaint thyself with God
  21. Unattributed. Chant in B major
  22. Michael Wise. Awake up, my glory
Volume 3
  1. Maurice Greene. Anthem, Psalm 96. O sing unto the Lord a new song
  2. John Bishop. O Lord, our governor
  3. Unattributed. Chant in G major
  4. Henry Aldrich, partly arranged from Carissimi. I am well pleas'd
  5. C. I. S. Chant in G major
  6. Mr. Charles. Out of the deep
  7. Jeremiah Clarke. O Lord God of my salvation
  8. James Kent. It is a good thing to give thanks
  9. Edward Blake. I have set God always before me
  10. George Frideric Handel. Hallelujah chorus
  11. Raynor Taylor. I will give thanks unto thee, O Lord
  12. John Blow. When Israel came out of Ægypt
  13. Joseph Olive. Blessed is he that considereth the poor and needy
  14. Robert King. I will always give thanks unto the Lord
  15. Robert King. Hear, O Lord
  16. Jeremiah Clarke. I will love thee, O Lord
  17. Robert King. Unto thee, O Lord, will I lift my soul
First Publication. 1778 ca.
Language English
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation voices, chorus, organ ; 3 voices; 5 voices, continuo; 2 choirs, continuo; SATB voices; SATB voices, continuo; 5 voices, continuo

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Composers without IMSLP pages:

  • John Smith (probably the professor of music, member of the choir of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin)
  • William Raylton
  • Mr. Tucker
  • Thomas Brown (presumably not 1662-1704)
  • Charles Stroude
  • Mr. Charles, late organist at York
  • Joseph Olive, organist of St. Botolph Aldersgate
  • C. I. S. (possibly C. J. S.)