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Domine, quando veneris?

for SATB choir

Composer
Andrew D. WOOD
Year of composition
2016
Lyricist
Matins Responsory for the Office of the Dead
Publisher
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
4 minutes
Genre
Classical music
Instrumentation
Choir
Instrumental parts

A solemn choral piece which I wrote earlier this year. Lyrics are taken from a Matins Responsory. The translation is thus:

O Lord, when thou comest to judge the world, where shall I hide myself from the face of thy wrath? For I have sinned exceedingly in my life.

I dread my sins, I blush before thee: When thou comest to judge, do not condemn me, For I have sinned exceedingly in my life.

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