William Byrd, Lord in thy Rage rebuke me not

Continuing to publish the backlog, today we have Lord in thy rage rebuke me not by William Byrd. Again, we’ve only done it once, since it doesn’t fit any of the gigs we’ve had the last couple of months, but we will surely get back to it. It’s good for a group with tenors and altos but no basses; the part called tenor is for a low alto and the part called bassus is for a tenor.

The transcription is another contribution by Bonnie Rogers.  The lilypond conversion is the new style, with the notes in a separate file from the styling commands.

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