Christopher Tye – Quaesumus omnipotens et misericors Deus


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11 pages. SAT(T)BarB.

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A paraliturgical motet which has been shown to be the model of Tye’s famous Missa Euge Bone. Like the Mass, high and low voices alternate before coming together in rich tutti sections. Unusually for Latin-texted music, it was probably written during the reign of Edward VI (a student of Tye) and the text has been adapted from a prayer for King Henry VII (Edward VI’s Grandfather), making it acceptable to the Protestant King (and for general use today).

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