Robert Parsons – Peccantem me quotidie ATTBarB
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5 pages. Also available for SAATB.
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This penitential motet is one of three pieces Parsons wrote using texts from the Office of the Dead. In this Responsory, Parsons omits the a polyphonic setting of the verse and there are no indications of repeats in the sources, suggesting this piece was written after the abolition of the Sarum Rite in 1559. Musically, he explores the flat side of the Renaissance tonal universe, resulting in some evocative harmonies.
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