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Ramsey, Robert: I – English Sacred Music

£60.00

Edited by Edward Thompson
First published in 1967
Pages: 164
Format: Paperback
Dimensions (mm): 253 x 175 x 10

Robert Ramsay was organist of Trinity College, Cambridge. He left a 4-part service worthy of Orlando Gibbons, eight anthems of 5 and 6 parts, (including an impressive setting of When David heard that Absalon was slain which approaches the style of the Restoration full anthem), and a remarkable dialogue, In guilty night, setting a paraphrase of I Samuel 28, 8-20.

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Ref: EC7 ISBN: 9780852495353 ISMN: 9790220212826 Categories: , , By:

Contents

Almighty and everlasting God, we humbly (SSATB)
Almighty and everlasting God, which has (SSATB)
God, which as upon this day (SSATB)
Grant, we beseech thee, almighty God (SSATB)
How are the mighty fallen (SSATTB)
In guilty night (STB, continuo & organ or harpsichord)
My song shall be alway (SATB and organ)
O come, let us sing unto the Lord (SATTB)
Service of Four Parts (SATB)
– Te Deum
– Jubilate
– Kyrie Eleison and Litany
– Creed
– Magnificat
– Nunc Dimitis
When David heard Absalon was slain (SSATBB)

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