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Ne irascaris, Domine
composer
Liber primus sacrarum cantionum (1589)
author of text
Isaiah 64: 9-10

Recordings
'Byrd: Playing Elizabeth's Tune' (CDGIM992)
Byrd: Playing Elizabeth's Tune
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'Byrd: The Tallis Scholars sing William Byrd' (CDGIM208)
Byrd: The Tallis Scholars sing William Byrd
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'Exultate Deo' (CDA66850)
Exultate Deo
'Mary and Elizabeth at Westminster Abbey' (CDA67704)
Mary and Elizabeth at Westminster Abbey
'Sacred & Secular Music' (CDH55148)
Sacred & Secular Music
MP3 £4.99FLAC £4.99ALAC £4.99Buy by post £5.50 CDH55148  Helios (Hyperion's budget label)  
Details
Track 3 on CDGIM208 CD2 [8'06] 2CDs for the price of 1
Track 8 on CDH55148 [9'16] Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
Part 2: Civitas sancti tui

Ne irascaris, Domine
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Published in his 1589 Cantiones Sacrae, this double motet is one of Byrd’s masterpieces and must surely be one of his most forceful utterances inspired by the fate of the Catholic church in England. The emphasis laid on the word ‘desolata’ after the sad echoings of ‘Ierusalem’, and the chordal enunciations of ‘Sion deserta facta est’ invite comparison with The Lamentations of Tallis.

from notes by Paul Hillier © 1990

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Details for CDA67704 track 8
Artists
ISRC
GB-AJY-08-70408
Duration
8'53
Recording date
20 June 2008
Recording venue
All Hallows, Gospel Oak, London, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Jeremy Summerly
Recording engineer
Simon Eadon
Hyperion usage
  1. Mary and Elizabeth at Westminster Abbey (CDA67704)
    Disc 1 Track 8
    Release date: October 2008
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