The Tudor Church Music of the Lumley Books (Various)

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Editor Judith H. Blezzard
James Haar (1929-2018) (general editor)
Publisher. Info. Recent Researches in the Music of the Renaissance, Vol. R065
Madison: A–R Editions, Inc., 1985.

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Work Title The Tudor Church Music of the Lumley Books
Alternative. Title Lumley Book
Composer Various
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IV 54
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 29 pieces (for Triplex, Contratenor, Tenor, Bassus unless otherwise indicated):
  1. Anonymous: Litania
  2. Anonymous: Te Deum
  3. Anonymous: De profundis
  4. Anonymous: Laudate pueri Dominum
  5. Anonymous: Ecce quam bonum
  6. Anonymous: Iudica me Deus
  7. Anonymous: Omnes gentes
  8. Anonymous: Non nobis Domine
  9. Anonymous: Deus in nomine tuo
  10. Anonymous: Voce mea
  11. Tye: Deus misereatur
  12. Anonymous: Magnificat
  13. Tallis: Ne reminiscaris
  14. Anonymous: Iubilate Deo
  15. Anonymous: Benedicite (for two choirs of Contratenor, Tenor, Bassus)
  16. Anonymous: Benedictus
  17. Anonymous: Domine Dominus noster
  18. Anonymous: Usquequo Domine
  19. Anonymous: Celi enarrant
  20. Anonymous: Domine quis (for Contratenor and Tenor + 4-part choir)
  21. Anonymous: O Lord rebuke me not
  22. Anonymous: O Lord Christ Jesu (for two 4-part choirs)
  23. Anonymous: Praised be God (for two 4-part choirs)
  24. Anonymous: Benedicite (for two 4-part choirs)
  25. Anonymous: 1552 Kyrie
  26. Anonymous: Nunc dimittis
  27. Tallis: Benedictus
  28. Anonymous: Te Deum (for two 4-part choirs)
  29. Anonymous: Nunc dimittis
First Publication. 1547-52 ca.
Language English
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 4–8 voices