A Marian antiphon, with an otherwise unknown text, by a composer of whom not much is known. He appears to have been choirmaster at St DavidÔÇÖs Cathedral early in his career before moving to London in about 1520; between 1534 and 1545 he sang in the choir of Eton College chapel. This setting lacks the refinement achieved by some of his better-known contemporaries such as Ludford and Taverner, but it is workmanlike and melodious, with a well-handled imitative final ÔÇÿAmenÔÇÖ. For five voices: SATTB. vi + 18 pages. ISMN 979-0-57039-168-4.