Vaughan Richardson
(?1670 - 1729)

Richardson : Sing unto the Lord : illustration

Sing unto the Lord
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Richardson was a pupil of John Blow and organist of the Cathedral in Winchester, 1692 - 1729. This anthem was published by Michael Broome in Birmingham, 1758 in "Divine Harmony.... .... ", a collection of anthems by John Bishop (Richardson's successor at Winchester). It was published for country (predominantly organless) parishes. Organ reductions provided here are best reserved for rehearsal.
Lyrics: Psalm 96, v.2-4

Sing unto the Lord, and praise his Name: be telling of his salvation from day to day.
Declare his honour unto the heathen: and his wonders unto the people.
For the Lord is great, and cannot worthily be praised: he is more to be feared than all gods.