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Volume 9 completes the collection of Byrd’s Latin sacred works from the late 1570s onwards preserved in manuscript alone. It includes Domine, exaudi orationem meam, which is published for the first time in fully reconstructed form. Philippe de Monte’s partial Psalm 136 setting, Super flumina Babylonis, to which Byrd’s Quomodo cantabimus (here appearing for the first time with text correctly underlaid) was a musical response, features in the appendices, together with the fragmentary Ad punctum in modico and a number of motets putatively ascribed to the composer, but judged unlikely to be by him.


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