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|Title||Year||Genre||Description||Duration (mins)||View Score|
|O Rex Gentium||2011||Mixed Voices||O Rex Gentium sets the Magnificat antiphon for December 22 - one of the great 'O' antiphons traditionally sung at Vespers in the week before Christmas. These texts are all invocations of the coming of Christ, each one offering praise to him using titles taken from the prophet Isaiah.||4||View Score|
|When David Heard||2011||Mixed Voices||SATB (divisi)||6||View Score|
|Adam Lay Ybounden||2006||Mixed Voices||Matthew Martin's setting of Adam Lay Ybounden was first performed by the Choir of Westminster Cathedral at St. George's, Hanover Sqaure, London on December 19th 2006.||3:30||View Score|
|O Magnum Mysterium||2005||Mixed Voices||This setting of O Magnum Mysterium for double mixed voice choir is an ideal choice for Christmas services. Matthew Martin's soft yet intricate setting of the Matins Responsory for Christmas Day was written for Andrew Carwood and The Cardinall's Musick.||4:30||View Score|
|Iustorum animae||2003||Mixed Voices||unaccompanied ATB chorus||2||View Score|
|Ecce Concipies||2001||Mixed Voices||Matthew Martin's setting of Ecce Concipies was written for Andrew-John Smith and the Choir of St. Peter's Church, Eaton Square, London. Scored for SSAATTBB||3||View Score|
|Lamentations of Jeremiah||2017||Mixed Voices||Commissioned by the Tallis Scholars, Lamentations of Jeremiah is a prime example of Martin’s exemplary choral writing. Combining complex harmonies and intricate, antiphonal rhythms Martin has created a rich and sonorous setting of this sombre, mournful text.||View Score|
|The Oratory Mass||2017||Mixed Voices||Commissioned by The Oratory School, Woodcote for the 2016 Conference of Catholic School Directors of Music, this congregational mass for unison voices is a joyful and uplifting setting.||View Score|
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