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Yield unto God the mighty Lord
composer
unique to the Chirk Castle Part-Books
author of text
Psalm 150; metrical version from the Scottish Psalter

Recordings
'Music from the Chirk Castle Part-Books' (CDA67695)
Music from the Chirk Castle Part-Books
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Yield unto God the mighty Lord  

Yield unto God the mighty Lord
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The text of Thomas Caustun’s Yield unto God the mighty Lord, is a version of Psalm 150, recast—at times rather poorly—into metrical English (for instance, ‘Whatever hath the benefit of breathing’, whereas the prose version in the 1549 Book of Common Prayer reads ‘Let everything that hath breath’). It is probably one of the oldest pieces in the Chirk Castle manuscript, written in a strictly syllabic style, relieved by simple imitative passages which serve to emphasize the exuberance of the text.

from notes by David Evans © 2009

Track-specific metadata
Details for CDA67695 track 11
Artists
ISRC
GB-AJY-09-69511
Duration
2'42
Recording date
7 July 2008
Recording venue
Merton College Chapel, Oxford, United Kingdom
Recording producer
David Trendell
Recording engineer
Justin Lowe
Hyperion usage
  1. Music from the Chirk Castle Part-Books (CDA67695)
    Disc 1 Track 11
    Release date: April 2009
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