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Partition Grudge Not to See pour Wicked Men (Psalm 37), pour Whole Booke of Psalmes

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Consultez les partitions de morceau pour Whole Booke of Psalmes Grudge Not to See pour Wicked Men (Psalm 37), psaumes, composition de Ravenscroft, Thomas. Cette partition renaissance célèbre écrite pour les instruments comme: 4 voix (SATB)
La partition comprend différents mouvements: 170+ piecesRavenscroft: Come Holy Ghost (Veni Creator)Palmer: Lord of Whom I do Depend (pour Humble Sute of a Sinner)Farmer: O Come et Let Us Now Rejoice (Venite exultemus - Psalm 95)Ravenscroft: We Praise Thee God (Te deum)Ravenscroft: O All Ye travaux of God pour Lord (Song of pour 3 Children)Ravenscroft: pour Onely Lord of Israel (Benedictus)Farmer: My Soul does Magnify pour Lord (Magnificat)Ravenscroft: O Lord Because My Hearts Desire (Nunc dimittis)Farmer: What Man Soever (Quicunque vult)Parsons: O Lord Turne Not Away Thy Face (pour Lamentation)Farmer: Our Father Which en Heaven Art (pour Lord's Prayer)Farmer: Hark Israel (pour X Commandements)Ravenscroft: pour Complaint of a SinnerMorley: pour Man is Blest (Psalm 1)Ravenscroft: Why did pour Gentiles Tumults Raise (Psalm 2)Ravenscroft: O Lord How are My Foes Increast (Psalm 3)Ravenscroft: O God that art My Righteousness (Psalm 4)John Milton Sr. : Incline Thine Ears unto My Words (Psalm 5)Kirbye: Lord en Thy Wrath Reprove Me Not (Psalm 6)Harrison: O Lord My God I put My Trust (Psalm 7)Ravenscroft: O God Our Lord How Wonderful (Psalm 8)Ravenscroft: avec Heart et Mouth (Psalm 9)Tomkins: What is pour Cause (Psalm 10)Ravenscroft: I Trust en God (Psalm 11)Blankes: Help Lord pour Good et Godly Men (Psalm 12)Tomkins: How Long Wilt Thou Forget Me Lord (Psalm 13)Morley: There is No God as Foolish Men (Psalm 14)Ravenscroft: O Lord within thy tabernacle (Psalm 15)Ravenscroft: Lord Keep Me, pour I Trust en Thee (Psalm 16)Ravenscroft: O Lord Give Ear to My Just Cause (Psalm 17)Cobbold: O God My Strength et Fortitude (Psalm 18)Ravenscroft: pour Heavens et pour Firmament (Psalm 19)Cranford: en Trouble et Adversity (Psalm 20)Bennet: O Lord how Joyful is pour King (Psalm 21)Ravenscroft: O God My God, Wherefor dost Thou Forsake Me (Psalm 22)Ravenscroft: My Shepherd is pour Living Lord (Psalm 23)Allison: pour Earth is All pour Lords (Psalm 24)Ward: I Lift My Heart to Thee (Psalm 25)Ravenscroft: Lord be My Judge (Psalm 26)John Milton Sr. : pour Lord is Both My Health et Light (Psalm 27)Ravenscroft: Thou art O Lord My Strength (Psalm 28)Ravenscroft: Give to pour Lord Ye Potentates (Psalm 29)Ravenscroft: All Laud et Praise avec Heart et voix (Psalm 30)Bennet: O Lord I put My Trust en Thee (Psalm 31)Ravenscroft: pour Man is Blest Whose Wickednesse (Psalm 32)Ravenscroft: Yee Righteous en pour Lord Reioyce (Psalm 33)Ravenscroft: I Will Give Laud et Honour (Psalm 34)Tomkins: Lord Plead My Cause against My Foes (Psalm 35)Ravenscroft: pour Wicked avec His travaux Unjust (Psalm 36)Ravenscroft: Grudge Not to See pour Wicked Men (Psalm 37)Morley: Put Me Not to Rebuke O Lord (Psalm 38)Stubbs: I Said I will Looke to My Wayes (Psalm 39)Ravenscroft: I Waited Long et Sought pour Lord (Psalm 40)Blankes: pour Man is Blest, that Carefull Is (Psalm 41)Ravenscroft: Like as pour Hart doth Breath et Bray (Psalm 42)Ravenscroft: Judge et Revenge My Cause O Lord (Psalm 43)Blankes: Our Eares Have Heard Our Fathers Tell (Psalm 44)Ravenscroft: My Heart doth Take en main (Psalm 45) Morley: pour Lord is our defence et aid (Psalm 46)Tomkins: Ye people all avec one accord (Psalm 47)Tomkins: Great is pour Lord (Psalm 48)Ravenscroft: All people harken et give ear (Psalm 49)Blankes: pour mighty God th'Eternall hat thus spoke (Psalm 50)Peerson: pour God of Gods, pour Lord (Psalm 50 b)Ravenscroft: O Lord, consider my distress (Psalm 51)Cranford: Have mercy on me God (Psalm 51 b)Ravenscroft: Why dost thou tyrant boast abroad (Psalm 52)Ravenscroft: pour foolish man (Psalm 53)Ravenscroft: God save mee pour thy holy name (Psalm 54)John Milton Sr. : O God give ear (Psalm 55)Harrison: Have mercy Lord on mee (Psalm 56)Ravenscroft: Take pittie pour thy promise sake (Psalm 57)Farmer: Ye Rulers which are put en trust (Psalm 58)Ravenscroft: Send ayde et save me (Psalm 59)Blankes: O Lord thou didst us cleane forsake (Psalm 60)Allison: Regard (O Lord) pour I complaine (Psalm 61)Ravenscroft: My soule to God shall give good heed (Psalm 62)Ravenscroft: O God my God I watch betime (Psalm 63)Ravenscroft: O Lord unto my voyce give eare (Psalm 64)Ravenscroft: Thy praise alone (O Lord) doth raigne (Psalm 65) John Milton Sr. : Yee men on earth en God reioyce (Psalm 66)Ravenscroft: Have mercy on us Lord (Psalm 67)Allison: Let God arise (Psalm 68)Allison: Save me O God (Psalm 69)Peerson: O God to me take heed (Psalm 70)Ravenscroft: My Lord my God en all distresse image (Psalm 71)Ravenscroft: Lord give thy judgements to pour King (Psalm 72)Ravenscroft: How ever it be (Psalm 73)Ravenscroft: Why art thou Lord so long from us (Psalm 74)Stubbs: Unto thee God will we give thanks (Psalm 75)Ravenscroft: To all that now en lury dwell (Psalm 76)Allison: avec my voyce to God doe cry (Psalm 77)Cavendish: Attend my people to my Law (Psalm 78)Ravenscroft: O Lord pour Gentiles doe inuade (Psalm 79)Bennet: Thou heard that Israel dost keepe (Psalm 80)Allison: Be light et glad en God reioyce (Psalm 81)Allison: Amid pour prease avec men of might (Psalm 82)Ravenscroft: Doe Not O God Refraine Thy Tongue (Psalm 83)Ravenscroft: How Pleasant is Thy Dwelling Place (Psalm 84)Ravenscroft: Thou hast been Mercifull Indeed (Psalm 85)Ravenscroft: Lord Bow Thine Eare (Psalm 86) Ravenscroft: That Citie shall Full Well Endure (Psalm 87)Ravenscroft: Lord God of Health (Psalm 88)Tomkins: To Sing pour Mercies of pour Lord (Psalm 89)Ravenscroft: Thou Lord hast Beene our Sure Defence (Psalm 90)Ravenscroft: Hee that within pour secret place (Psalm 91)Stubbs: It is a thing both good et meet (Psalm 92)Ravenscroft: pour Lord as king aloft doth raigne (Psalm 93)Ravenscroft: O Lord thou dost reuenge all wrong (Psalm 94)Ravenscroft: Come, let us lift up our voyce sound - Venite exultemus (Psalm 95)Ravenscroft: Sing ye avec praise unto pour Lord (Psalm 96)Tomkins: pour Lord doth raigne whereat pour earth (Psalm 97) Ravenscroft: O Sing yee now unto pour Lord (Psalm 98)Stubbs: pour Lord doth raigne (Psalm 99)Dowland: All people that on earth do dwell (Psalm 100)Stubbs: en God pour Lord be glad et light (Psalm 100) Ravenscroft: I mercy will et iudgement sing (Psalm 101) John Milton Sr. : O Heare my prayer Lord (Psalm 102) Edward Johnson: My soule give laud unto pour Lord (Psalm 103)Ravenscroft: My soule praise pour Lord (Psalm 104) Allison: Give prayses unto God pour Lord (Psalm 105) Ravenscroft: Praise ye pour Lord (Psalm 106) Ravenscroft: Give thanks unto pour Lord our God (Psalm 107) Ravenscroft: O God my heart prepared is (Psalm 108)Ravenscroft: en speechless silence doe not hold (Psalm 109)Ravenscroft: pour Lord did say unto my Lord (Psalm 110)Ravenscroft: avec heart I doe accord (Psalm 111)Kirbye: pour man is blest that God doth feare (Psalm 112)Ravenscroft: Ye children which doe serve pour Lord (Psalm 113)Blankes: When Israel by Gods addresse (Psalm 114)Stubbs: Not unto Us Lord (Psalm 115)Ravenscroft: I Love pour Lord, because my voyce (Psalm 116)Ravenscroft: O All ye nations of pour world Psalm 117)Stubbs: O Give ye thanks unto pour Lord (Psalm 118)Farnaby: Blessed are they that perfect are (Psalm 119)Ravenscroft: en trouble et en thrall (Psalm 120)Farnaby: I lift mine eyes to Sion hill (Psalm 121)Farnaby: I did en heart reioyce (Psalm 122)Ravenscroft: O Lord that heaven dost possesse (Psalm 123)Ravenscroft: Now Israel may say (Psalm 124) Farnaby: Such as en God pour Lord doe trust (Psalm 125)Allison: Those that doe put their confidence (Psalm 125b)Johnson: When that pour Lord againe his Sion had brought forth (Psalm 126)Kirbye: Except pour Lord pour house doe make (Psalm 127)Ravenscroft: Blessed art thou that fearest God (Psalm 128)Bennet: Oft they, now Israel may say (Psalm 129)Ravenscroft: Lord to thee I make my mone (Psalm 130) Ravenscroft: O Lord I am not puft en minde (Psalm 131) Ravenscroft: Remember Davids troubles Lord (Psalm 132)Ravenscroft: O How happy a thing it is (Psalm 133) Peerson: Behold et have regard (Psalm 134)Allison: O praise pour Lord, praise him (Psalm 135) Kirbye: Praise ye pour Lord, pour he is good (Psalm 136)Kirbye: O laud pour Lord benigne (Psalm 136b)Ravenscroft: When as we sate en Babylon (Psalm 137) John Milton Sr. : Thee will I prayse avec my whole heart (Psalm 138) Allison: O Lord thou hast me tride et knowne (Psalm 139)Ravenscroft: Lord save me from pour evill man (Psalm 140) Hooper: O Lord upon thee doe I call (Psalm 141) Harrison: Before pour Lord God avec my voyce Psalm 142) John Tomkins: Lord heare my prayer (Psalm 143)Ravenscroft: Blest be pour Lord (Psalm 144)Hooper: Thee will I laud my God et King (Psalm 145)Bennet: My soule praise thou pour Lord alwayes (Psalm 146)Ravenscroft: Praise ye pour Lord image (Psalm 147)Kirbye: Give laude unto pour Lord (Psalm 148) Stubbs: Sing ye unto pour Lord our God (Psalm 149)Ravenscroft: Yeeld unto God pour mightie Lord (Psalm 150)Tallis: Praise pour Lord O ye Gentils all - A Psalme before Morning PrayerRavenscroft: Behold now give heed - A Psalme before Evening Prayer Ravenscroft: Attend my people et give ear - Audi IsraelKirbye: Our Father which en heaven art - pour Lord' s PrayerKirbye: All my beliefe et confidence - pour Creed John Milton Sr. : Come holy spirit pour God of might - A Prayer to pour holy GhostRavenscroft: Give peace en these our dayes - Da pacemRavenscroft: O Lord en thee is all my trust - pour Lamentation Stubbs: pour Lord be thanked pour his gifts - A Thanksgiving Ravenscroft: Preserve us Lord - A Prayer et l'on retrouve ce genre de musique classifiée dans les genres
  • psaumes
  • religieux travaux
  • pour 4 voix
  • pour voix non accompagnées
  • partitions pour voix
  • partitions pour soprano voix
  • partitions pour alto voix
  • partitions pour ténor voix
  • partitions pour basse voix
  • pour chœur mixte
  • partitions chœur mixte
  • pour non accompagné chœur
  • langue anglaise

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Rédacteur: Martin Quartier
Edition: Martin Quartier
Libbretiste: Bible
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Grudge not to see the wicked men The Whole Booke of Psalmes (1621) Psalme 37Thomas RAVENSCROFT (1590  1633)         CANTVS    Grudge notto seethe wick edmen, inwealth toflour ish still:     MEDIVS     Grudge seethe wick edmen, inwealth toflour  ishstill: Glasgow Tune not to TENOR        orPlaynsong Grudge notto seethe wick edmen, inwealth toflour  ishstil:         BASSVS      Grudge notto seethe wick edmen, inwealth toflour  ishstill: 3       S.   Nor yeten  vysuch asto ill,have bentand settheir will. A.       Nor yeten  vyas to ill,have bentand settheir will. such  T.        nor yeten  vysuch asto ill,have bentand settheir will.    B.  Nor yeten  vysuch asto ill,have bentand settheir will.
2. For as green grass and florishing herbs are cut and wither away: So shall their great prosperities, soon pass, fade and decay.
3. Trust thou therefor in God alone, to do well give thy mind: So shalt thou have the land as thine, and there sure food shalt find. 4. In God set all thy heart's delight, and look what thou wouldst have: Or else canst wish in all the world, thou need'st it not to crave.
5. Cast both thyself and thine affairs, on God with perfect trust: And thou shalt see with patience, the effect both sure and just. 6. Thy perfect life and godly name, he will clear as the light: So that the Sun even at noon days, shall not shine half so bright.
7. Be still therefore, and steadfastly, on God see thou wait then: Nor shrinking for the prosperous state, of lewd and wicked men. 8. Shake off despite, envy and hate, at least in any wise: Their wicked steps avoid and sly, and follow not their guise.
9. For every wiked man will God, destroy both more and less: But such as trust in him are sure, the land for to possess. 10. Watch but a while and thou shalt see no more the wicked train: No not so much as house or place, where once he did remain.
 TheSecond part. 11. But merciful and humble men, enjoy shall sea and land: In rest and peace, they shall rejoice, for nought shall them withstand. >
12. The lewd men and malicious, against the just conspire: They gnash their teeth at him, as men which do his bane desire.
13. But while that lewd men thus do think the Lord laughs them to scorn: For why he seeth their term approach, when they shall sigh and mourn. 14. The wicked have their sword out drawn, their bow eke have they bent: To overthrow and kill the poor, as they the right way went.
15. Butthe same sword shall pierce their hearts which was to kill the just: Likewise the bow shall break to shivers wherein they put their trust. 16. Doubtless the just man's poor estate is better a great deal more: Then all these lewd, and worldly men's rich pomp and heaped store.
17. For be their power never so strong, God will it overthrow: Where contrary he doth preserve, the humble men and low. 18. He seeth by his great providence, the good men's trade and way: And will give them inheritance which never shall decay.
19. They shall no be discouraged, when some are hard bestead: When other shall be hungerbit, they shall be clad and fed. 20. For whosoever wicked is, and enemy to the Lord: Shall quail, yea melt even as lambs grease or smoke that flyeth abroad.
 TheThird part. 21. Behold the wicked borroweth much and never payeth again: Whereas the just by liberal gifts, makes many glad and fain. >
22. For they whom God doth bless shall have, the land for heritage: And they whom he doth curse likewise shall perish in his rage.
23. The Lord the just man's ways doth guide and gives him good success: To every thing he takes in hand, he sendeth good address. 24. Though that he fall yet is he sure, not utterly to quail, Because the Lord stretcheth out his hand, at need and doth not fail.
25. I have been young and now am old, yet did I never see: The just man left, nor yet his seed, to beg for misery. 26. But gives always most liberally, and lendeth where as is need: His Children and posterity, receive of God their meed.
27. Fly vice therefore and wickedness, and virtue do embrace: So God shall grant thee long to have, on earth a dwelling place. 28. For God so loveth equity, and sheweth to his such grace: That he preserves them evermore, destroying the wicked race.
29. Whereas the good and godly men, inherit shall the land: Having as Lords all things therein, in their own power and hand. 30. The just man's mouth doth ever speak of matters wise and high: His tongue doth talk to edify, with truth and equity.
31. For in his heart the law of God the Lord doth still abide: So that where ever he go or walk, his foot can never slide. >
32. The wicked like a ravening wolf the just man doth beset: By all means seeking him to kill, if he fall in his net.
 TheFourth part. 33. Though he should fall into his hands, yet God would succor send: Though men against him sentence give, God would him yet defend. 34. Wait thou on God and keep his way, he shall preserve thee then: The earth to rule and thou shalt see, destroyed these wicked men.
35. The wicked have I seen most strong, and placed in high degree: Florishing in all wealth and store, as doth the Laureltree. 36. But suddenly he passeth away, and lo he was quite gone: Then I him sought but could scarce find, the place where dwelt such one.
37. Mark and behold the perfect man, how God doth him increase: For the just man shall have at length, great joy with rest and peace. 38. As for transgressors woe to them, destroyed they shall all be: God will cut off their budding race, and rich posterity.
39. But the salvation of the just, doth come from God above: Who in their trouble sends them aid, of his mere grace and love. 40. God doth them help, save and deliver, from lewd men and unjust: And still sill save them whilst that they, in him do put their trust.
Critical notes: This setting is similar to the one of Psalm 91; text somewhat modernised.
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