Twelve Anthems (James Kent)
Publication date and place: post 1769 by Preston and Sons in London. No date, but very likely between 1769 (when Newton Ogle was appointed Dean of Winchester) and 1776 (when Kent died).
Size: 37cm high × 26cm wide.
Pages: 100 with additional end papers.
This was the first volume of Kent's anthems to be published.
ORGANIST of the CATHEDRAL
Printed & sold by Preston and Sons
No 97 Strand & Exeter Change
The Revd Newton Ogle D. D. Dean,
and to the CHAPTER of Winchester:
To the Revd Harry Lee D. D. Warden
and to the FELLOWS of the COLLEGE
near that Place:
These Select Pieces of Church Musick
His peculiar and beloved Study
composed particularly for their respective CHOIRS
with a most grateful Sense of the many Civilities conferred
by them and their Predecessors, and continued through a
long Course of Years:
by their dutiful
and obliged Servant
|1||Sing, O heavens|
|8||Hear my prayer|
|13||All thy works praise thee|
|24||Lord, what love have I unto thy law|
|31||The Lord hath prepared|
|40||Why do the heathen|
|45||My song shall be of mercy|
|52||When the Son of Man|
|62||Who is this that cometh from Bozrah|
|72||Blessed be thou, Lord God|
|82||In the beginning was the Word|
|96||Lord, how are they increased|