The Tyndale Service

Tyndale
The Tyndale Service is in memory of the Bible translator and martyr William Tyndale, who, on October 6 1536, was put to death by strangulation and burning at Vilvoorde, near Brussels.
It is a short polyphonic communion service in early sixteenth-century style.
It is based on a sixteenth-century English melody, The Western Wynde.


Free pdf download (September 2016)
14 pp.
US Letter / A4 format
Performance time: 7'15

Notes on score





The service is in six sections (no Creed). 
  • Lord, have mercy
  • Glory be to God
  • Holy, holy, holy
  • Acclamation (Christ has died)
  • Blessed is he
  • O Lamb of God
The first performance is at 10H30 on Sunday 9 October 2016.


  

"A fresh direction in the study of the Psalms"
Professor John Barton, Oriel College, Oxford       

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