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A verse-anthem for AA soli, SAATB chorus and organ by the early-17th-century composer John Holmes (d.1629), reconstructed from the organ scores by Ian Payne. Although a fragmentary work (no voice parts survive), the solos are clearly notated in the organ parts and it is perhaps Holmes's most easily-restorable verse anthem. It is scored for two countertenor (alto) soloists, and was probably composed while he was organist of Winchester Cathedral. With its regular, metrical-psalm-like solo phrases, it harks back to the late Elizabethan period. (This version is transposed up a minor third; for a version at original pitch, see the accompanying file.)
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