Research

This will be a list of known works, in Biblical order. For this page, where multiple passages are used within a book or from multiple books, I will place that work at its earliest verse cited. For example a work that quotes from Job, John and 1 Timothy will appear at the earliest Job verse and not in the other books, even if the music work’s text starts in a later book. I am familiar with hundreds of works but need time to enter them here.

  1. Genesis 1:1-31, 2:1-7 | In the beginning | Aaron Copland 
  2. Genesis 11:1-9 | Babel | Igor Stravinsky 
  3. Genesis 49:10-11 | Es wird das Scepter von Juda nicht entwendet werden [The sceptre shall not depart from Judah] | Heinrich Schütz 
  4. Exodus 1:8,11,13; 2:23 | Now there arose; And the children of Israel (from Israel in Egypt) | George Frideric Handel 
  5. Exodus 15:2 | The Lord is my strength and my song | George Frideric Handel 
  6. Exodus 15:21, 4 | Sing ye to the Lord | Edward Bairstow 
  7. Psalm 69:29; Exodus 34:6-7 | Ich aber bin elend [But I am poor] | Johannes Brahms 
  8. Leviticus 25:9 | Lord, we give thanks to thee | Undine Smith Moore 
  9. Numbers 6:24-26 | The Lord bless you and keep you | John Rutter 
  10. Matthew 2:1-2; Numbers 24:17; Psalm 2:9 | Geburt Christi [The Birth of Christ / When Jesus Our Lord] | Felix Mendelssohn 
  11. Deuteronomy 4:7, 9 | Wo ist ein so herrlich Volk (Where is such a nation) | Johannes Brahms 
  12. Joel 2:12-13; Deuteronomy 4:29, Jeremiah 29:13, Job 23:3 | Ye people, rend your hearts; If with all your heart | Felix Mendelssohn 
  13. Joel 2:21-24,26 | Fear not, O land | Edward Elgar 
  14. Judges 11:28-40 | Jephte [Jephtha] (oratorio, including Plorate filii Israel [“Weep, children of Israel”]) | Giacomo Carissimi 
  15. Ruth 1:16-17 | Song of Ruth | David Childs 
  16. 1 Samuel 28:8-20 | In guilty night: Saul and the Witch of Endor | Henry Purcell 
  17. 2 Samuel 1:17-27 | Planxit autem David [Then David mourned] | Josquin des Prez 
  18. Lamentations 1:1,1:4; 2:10; 2 Samuel 1:19; Job 29:11,12,14; Philippians 4:8; Psalm 103:17; 112:6; Daniel 12:3 | The Ways of Zion Do Mourn | George F. Handel 
  19. 2 Samuel 18:33 | When David heard | Eric Whitacre 
  20. 2 Samuel 18:33 | When David Heard | Thomas Tomkins 
  21. 2 Samuel 18:33 | Absalon fili mi [Absalon my son] | Graham Keitch 
  22. 2 Samuel 23:3-4 | The Last words of David | Randall Thompson 
  23. 1 Kings 1:38-39 | Zadok the Priest – from Coronation Anthems | George Frideric Handel 
  24. 1 Kings 8:28,30 | O Lord my God | Samuel Sebastian Wesley 
  25. Job 1:21b; 19:25-27a; John 11:25-26; 1 Timothy 6:7 | I am the resurrection and the life – from Burial Service | Thomas Morley
  26. Job 1:21b; 14:1-2; 19:25-27a; John 11:25-26; 1 Timothy 6:7; Revelation 14:13 | I am the resurrection and the life – from Burial Service | William Croft 
  27. Job 3:20-23; Lamentations 3:41; James 5:11 | Zwei Motetten [Two Motets] | Johannes Brahms 
  28. Job 7:16-21 | Parce mihi, Domine [Spare me, Lord] (Job 7:16-21) | Cristóbal de Morales 
  29. Job 19:25-26; I Corinthians 15:20 | I know that my Redeemer liveth – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  30. Job 30:31, 7:16b | Versa est in luctum (Was turned into mourning) | Tomás Luis de Victoria 
  31. Psalm 1:1,6; 2:11,12; 3:7,8 | Blazhen muzh [Blessed is the man] | Sergei Rachmaninoff 
  32. Psalm 2:1-12 | Der 2. Psalm: Warum toben die Heiden [Why do the nations rage] | Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy 
  33. Psalm 2:1-2 | Why fumeth in fight | Thomas Tallis 
  34. Psalm 2:1-2 | Why do the nations so furiously rage together? – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  35. Psalm 2:3 | Let us break their bonds asunder – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  36. Psalm 2:4 | He that dwelleth in Heaven – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  37. Psalm 2:9 | Thou shalt break them – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  38. Psalm 3:1-8 | Jehova quam multi sunt hostes mei [Lord, how are they increased that trouble me] | Henry Purcell 
  39. Psalm 4:1-8 | Hear me, O Lord, the great support | Henry Purcell 
  40. Psalm 6:1-4 | O Lord, in thy wrath | Orlando Gibbons 
  41. Psalm 6:1-4 | O Lord, rebuke me not | William Croft 
  42. Psalm 6:1-10 | Ach, Herr, strafe mich nicht [Oh, Lord, do not punish me] | Georg Philipp Telemann 
  43. Psalm 6:6 | Laboravi in gemitu meo [I am weary with my groaning] | Martin Peerson 
  44. Psalm 13:1-6 | Herr, wie lange willst du mein so gar vergessen [How long wilt thou forget me, O Lord? Forever?] | Johannes Brahms 
  45. Psalm 16:10 | But thou didst not leave His soul in Hell – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  46. Psalm 18:9-10 | The Lord Descended From Above | James Lyon 
  47. Psalm 19:1-3 | Die Himmel erzählen die Ehre Gottes (The Heavens Are Telling the Glory of God) – from Die Schöpfung (The Creation) | Joseph Haydn 
  48. Psalm 19:8,10-11 | Justitiae Domini rectae [The justices of the LORD are right] | Alessandro Scarlatti 
  49. Psalm 22:7 | All they that see Him laugh Him to scorn – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  50. Psalm 22:8 | He trusted in God – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  51. Psalm 97:2-6; 119:114-117,119,120; 55:1-2,4-8; 23:1-4;144:9; 145:1-3,5,6; 61:1,3-4; 63:1,4-5; 137:1-5; 25:16-18,20; 121:1-4; 98:1,4-5,7-8; 96:12,11 | Biblické Písně [10 Biblical Songs] | Antonin Dvorak 
  52. Psalm 23:1-6 | The Lord is my shepherd | John Rutter 
  53. Psalm 23:1-2,4,6 | The Lord is My Shepherd | Howard Goodall 
  54. Psalm 24:7-9 | Machet die Tore weit [Lift up your heads, O ye gates] | Andreas Hammerschmidt 
  55. Psalm 24:7-10 | Lift up your heads, O ye gates – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  56. Psalm 25:6-7 | Call to remembrance | Richard Farrant 
  57. Psalm 27:9 | Hide not thou thy face | Richard Farrant 
  58. Psalm 29:1-2 | Bringt her dem Herren [Bring to the Lord] | Heinrich Schütz 
  59. Psalm 30:1-6 | In Te Domine Speravi [I put my trust in You, Lord] | Nicolas Gombert 
  60. Psalm 31:5 | In manus tuas [Into your hands] | John Sheppard 
  61. Psalm 31:6, Nahum 1:15a; Isaiah 66:12b; Zachariah 13:6a; Song of Solomon 2:13b,14a; 1 Peter 2:2-3; Song of Solomon 4:9a | Membra Jesu nostri [The most holy limbs of our suffering Jesus] | Dietrich Buxtehude  
  62. Psalm 32:3,1,4,2,5b,7 | Beati Quorum Remissae [Blessed are they whose iniquities are forgiven] | Zachary Wadsworth 
  63. Is. 25:1,25:4a, Ps. 33:21-22, Is. 25:8, 1 Cor. 15:53b, 1 Cor. 15:34a, 1 Cor.15:52a, Is.25:9 | O Lord, Thou art my God | Samuel Sebastian Wesley 
  64. Psalm 34:1-3 | Benedicam Dominum [I will bless the LORD] | Praetorius 
  65. Psalm 34:8 | O taste and see | Ralph Vaughan Williams 
  66. Psalm 34:9,15; 1 Peter 3:12 | Timete Dominum [Fear the Lord] | Ascanio Trombetti 
  67. Colossians 3:17; Psalm 37:4 | Alles, was ihr tut mit Worten oder Werken [Everything you do in word or deed] | Dietrich Buxtehude 
  68. Psalm 37:4-6,30 | Os Justi [The mouth of the righteous] | Z. Randall Stroope 
  69. Psalm 37:30-31 | Os justi meditabitur [The just shall…] | Anton Bruckner 
  70. Psalm 38:9-10 | Domine ante te omne desiderium [O Lord, all my longing is before you] | – William Byrd 
  71. Psalm 39:4-7 | Herr, Lehre Doch Mich – from A German Requiem | Johannes Brahms 
  72. Psalm 39:4-7, 12-13 | Lord, let me know mine end | Maurice Green 
  73. Psalm 39:12-13 | Exaudi orationem meam – from Symphony of Psalms | Igor Stravinsky 
  74. Psalm 40:1-3 | Expectans expectavi Dominum – from Symphony of Psalms | Igor Stravinsky 
  75. Psalm 41:1-3 | Blessed is he that considereth the poor [Foundling Hospital Anthem] | George F. Handel 
  76. Psalm 42:1-11 | Wie der Hirsch schreit nach frischem Wasser (As the hart[deer] panteth after the water brooks) by Felix Mendelssohn 
  77. Psalm 42:1-3 | Like as the hart | Herbert Howells 
  78. Psalm 45:14-15 | Afferentur regi [They shall be brought to the king] | Anton Bruckner 
  79. Psalm 47:5; 103:19 | Ascendit Deus [God has ascended] | Peter Philips 
  80. Psalm 47:5;  103:19; Acts 1:11 | Viri Galilaei / Ascendit Deus [Ye men of Galilee / God is ascended] (Acts 1:11; Psalm 47:5; Psalm 103:19) – Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina 
  81. Psalm 51:1-19 | Miserere mei, Deus (Have mercy upon me, O God) | Gregorio Allegri 
  82. Psalm 51:2-3 | Wash me throughly | Samuel Sebastian Wesley 
  83. Psalm 51:9-11 | Turn thy face from my sins | Thomas Attwood 
  84. Psalm 51:11,12,17,8 | Cast me not away | Samuel Sebastian Wesley 
  85. Isaiah 57:1-2; Psalm 76:2 | Ecce quomodo moritur [Behold how the righteous man dies] | Jacob (Gallus) Handl 
  86. Psalm 55:1-7 | Hear my prayer [O for the wings of a dove] | Felix Mendelssohn 
  87. Psalm 60:1-2,11-12 | God Thou hast cast us out | Henry Purcell 
  88. Psalm 63:1-5,8 | O God, Thou Art my God | Henry Purcell 
  89. Psalm 67:1-2 | God grant with grace | Thomas Tallis 
  90. Psalm 68:11 | The Lord Gave the Word – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  91. Psalm 68:18 | Thou art gone up on high from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  92. Psalm 69:3 | Laboravi clamans [I am weary of crying] | Jean-Philippe Rameau 
  93. Psalm 69:20 | Thy rebuke hath broken His heart – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  94. Psalm 74:12 | Spasenie sodelal [Salvation is created] | Pavel Chesnokov 
  95. Psalm 84:1-4 | Wie Lieblich Sind Deine Wohnungen – from A German Requiem | Johannes Brahms 
  96. Psalm 106:2; Psalm 86:5, 9-10 | Who Can Express? | Samuel Sebastian Wesley 
  97. Psalm 86:14-15 | O God, the proud are risen against me | Thomas Tomkins 
  98. Psalm 89:1 | Misericordias Domini [the mercies of the Lord] | Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
  99. Psalm 89:20-30 | God spake sometime in visions | John Blow 
  100. Psalm 90:1-2; 144:3-4; 102:12; 90:15 | Lord Thou hast been our refuge | Edward Bairstow 
  101. Psalm 92:1-8 | Tov L’hodosv [It is good to give thanks] | Franz Schubert 
  102. Psalm 96:1-2; Psalm 98:1,5 | Cantate Domino [Sing unto the Lord] | Claudio Monteverdi 
  103. Psalm 96:1,3-4; 93:4,9,11 | O sing unto the Lord a new song | George F. Handel 
  104. Psalm 94:1-2; 3,6-7; 17,19; 22-23 | Psalm 94 | Julius Reubke 
  105. Psalm 95:1 | O come, let us sing unto the Lord | George Frideric Handel 
  106. Psalm 95:1-2 | Come, let’s rejoice | John Amner 
  107. Psalm 96:1-6, 9-10 | O sing unto the Lord | Henry Purcell 
  108. Psalm 96:7–8a,9b–10a,10c,9a,2,3b,5a; Psalm 115:4–8,3,12,13,15a,14b,15b | Ascribe unto the Lord | Samuel Sebastian Wesley 
  109. Psalm 96:1-6,8-9,11a,13a | Cantate Domino [Sing to the LORD] | John Rutter 
  110. Psalm 100:1-5 | Jubilate Deo [O be joyful in the Lord] | Henry Purcell 
  111. Psalm 100:1-5 | Jubilate Deo [Sing joyfully to God] | George Frideric Handel 
  112. Psalm 100:1-5) | Jauchzet dem Herren [Shout to the Lord] | Heinrich Schütz 
  113. Joel 2:13, Psalm 100:5 | Turn unto the Lord | Thomas Tomkins 
  114. Psalm 102:1 | Hear my prayer, O Lord | Henry Purcell 
  115. Psalm 107:23-30 | They that go down to the sea in ships | Herbert Sumsion 
  116. Psalm 111:1, 3-10 | Confitebor tibi Domine (I will praise thee, O Lord) | Jan Dismas Zelenka 
  117. Psalm 112:1-10 | Beatus vir – from Selva Morale e Spirituale | Claudio Monteverdi 
  118. Psalm 113:1,3 | Laudate Nomen Domini [Praise the name of the Lord] | Christopher Tye 
  119. Psalm 113:1-9 | Laudate pueri [Praise the Lord] | Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
  120. Psalm 113:1-9 | Laudate Pueri Dominum [Praise the LORD] | Johann Christian Bach 
  121. Psalm 114:1-8 | Da Israel aus Aegypten zog [When Israel went out of Egypt] | Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy 
  122. Psalm 114:1-8 | When Israel went out of Egypt | Zoltán Kodály 
  123. Psalm 117:1-2 | Lobet den Herrn, alle Heiden [Praise the Lord, all nations] | Johann Sebastian Bach  
  124. Psalm 117:1-2 | Laudate Dominum (Praise the Lord) – from Vesperae solennes de confessore (Solemn Vespers of the Confessor) | Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
  125. Psalm 118:6-7 | Der Herr ist mit mir [The Lord is on my side] | Dieterich Buxtehude 
  126. Psalm 118:24 | Haec dies [This is the great day] | William Byrd  
  127. Psalm 118:24 | Haec Dies [This is the day] | Herbert Howells  
  128. Psalm 119:1 | Beati quorum via integra est [How blessed are faithful souls which undefiled are] | Charles Villiers Stanford 
  129. Psalm 119:105-108,110-111 | Thy word is a lantern | Henry Purcell 
  130. Isaiah 26:3; Psalm 139:12; 1 John 1:5; Psalm 119:175; Matthew 6:13 | Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace  | Samuel Sebastian Wesley 
  131. Psalm 121:1-8 | Unto the hills mine eyes I lift | William Byrd 
  132. Psalm 121:1-8 | I will lift mine eyes | Jake Runestad 
  133. Psalm 122:1-3,6-7 | I was glad | Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry 
  134. Psalm 126:5-6; Matthew 5:4 | Selig sind, die da Leid tragen – from A German Requiem | Johannes Brahms 
  135. Psalm 128:1-6 | Blessed are they that fear the Lord | Henry Purcell 
  136. Psalm 130:1-8 | De profundis clamavi [Out of the depths have I cried] | Josquin des Prez 
  137. Psalm 130:1-8 | De Profundis [Out of the depths] | Arvo Pärt 
  138. Psalm 137:4-7 | Quomodo Cantabimus [How shall we sing?] | William Byrd 
  139. Psalm 143:10 | Duh Tvoj Blagi [Let Thy Good Spirit] | Pavel Chesnokov 
  140. Psalm 145:15-16 | The eyes of all wait upon thee | Jean Berger 
  141. Psalm 147:12-20 | Lauda Jerusalem [Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem] | Antonio Vivaldi 
  142. Psalm 149:1-2 | O sing unto the Lord a new song | Thomas Tomkins 
  143. Psalm 150:1-6 | Soit loué l’Eternel | Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck 
  144. Psalm 150:1-6 | Psaume 150 | Cesar Franck 
  145. Psalm 150:1-6 | Alleluia, laudate Dominum – from Symphony of Psalms | Igor Stravinsky 
  146. Proverbs 3:1-12 | Let thine heart | Owain Park 
  147. Proverbs 8:23-31 | Ab aeterno ordinata sum [I was set up from everlasting] | Claudio Monteverdi 
  148. Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 | To everything there is a season | John Rutter 
  149. Song of Solomon 1:4-5; 2:10b-12a | Nigra sum [I am black] | Pablo Casals 
  150. Song of Solomon 2:1-5,7-8,10-11 | I am the Rose of Sharon | William Billings 
  151. Song of Solomon 2:10 | Symphony – from My beloved spake | Henry Purcell
  152. Song of Solomon 2:10-13; 6:10,12; 7:10-12 | Canticum Canticorum [Song of Songs] ( – Ivan Moody 
  153. Song of Solomon 2:10-13,16 | My beloved spake | Henry Purcell 
  154. Song of Solomon 2:11-12 | For Lo! The winter is past – from My beloved spake | Henry Purcell
  155. Song of Solomon 2:12 | And the time of the singing birds is come – from My beloved spake | Henry Purcell
  156. Song of Solomon 2:13 | Symphony – from My beloved spake | Henry Purcell
  157. Song of Solomon 2:16 | My beloved is mine and I am his – from My beloved spake | Henry Purcell
  158. Song of Solomon 7:6,7,5,4,11,12 | Quam pulchra es [How beautiful you are] | John Dunstaple 
  159. Song of Solomon 8:7,6; John 15:13; 1 Peter 2:24; 1 Corinthians 6:11; 1 Peter 2:9; Romans 12:1) | Greater love hath no man | John Ireland 
  160. Isaiah 6:1-4 | I saw the Lord | John Stainer 
  161. Isaiah 6:2-3; 1 John 5:7 | Duo Seraphim | Rihards Dubra 
  162. Isaiah 6:3 | Heilig [Holy] | Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy 
  163. Isaiah 7:14; Matthew 1:23 | Behold, a virgin shall conceive – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  164. Isaiah 9:2 | The People that walked in darkness – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  165. Isaiah 9:6 | For unto us a child is born – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  166. Isaiah 11:1-6,9-10 | A song of peace | Charles Villiers Stanford 
  167. Isaiah 19:7 | The paper reeds by the brooks | Randall Thompson 
  168. Isaiah 35:1-2,4,6,8,10 | The wilderness and the solitary place | Samuel Sebastian Wesley 
  169. Isaiah 35:5-6 | Then shall the eyes of the blind – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  170. Isaiah 35:10;  James 5:7; 1 Peter 1:24-25 | Denn alles Fleisch es ist wie Gras – from A German Requiem | Johannes Brahms 
  171. Isaiah 40:1-3 | Comfort ye – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  172. Isaiah 40:4 | Ev’ry valley shall be exalted – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  173. Isaiah 40:5 | And the glory of the Lord – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  174. Isaiah 40:9; 60:1 | O thou that tellest good tidings to Zion – from Messiah| George Frideric Handel 
  175. Isaiah 40:9- | Climb to the Top of the Highest Mountain | Carolyn Jennings 
  176. Isaiah 40:11; Matthew 11:28-29 | He shall feed His flock like a shepherd – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  177. Isaiah 41:10; 43:1 | Fürchte dich nicht [Do not be afraid] | Johann Sebastian Bach 
  178. Isaiah 42:14-16; Revelation 22:1-3; Colossians 4:2-4 | The secret of Christ | Richard Shephard  
  179. Isaiah 50:6; 53:3 | He was despised – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  180. Isaiah 53:4a,5b | Vere languores [Surely He hath borne our griefs] | Antonio Lotti 
  181. Isaiah 53:4-5 | Vere languores [Surely He has born our griefs] | Tomas Luis de Victoria 
  182. Isaiah 53:4-5 | Surely He hath borne our griefs – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  183. Isaiah 53:5 | And with His stripes we are healed | from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  184. Isaiah 53:6 | All we like sheep have gone astray – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  185. Isaiah 53:8 | He was cut off out of the land of the living – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  186. Isaiah 55:1; 58:1-3 | Cry aloud and spare not | John Blow 
  187. Isaiah 60:2-3 | For behold, darkness shall cover the earth – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  188. Isaiah 63:15 | O Lord, look down from Heaven | Jonathan Battishill 
  189. Isaiah 64:9-10 | Ne irascaris Domine [Do not be angry, Lord] | William Byrd 
  190. Isaiah 66:13; John 16:22 | Ihr Habt Nun Traurigkeit – from A German Requiem | Johannes Brahms 
  191. Jeremiah 14:17-22 | Let mine eyes run down with tears | Henry Purcell 
  192. Jeremiah 31:15, Matthew 2:18,  | Vox in Rama [A voice was heard in Ramah] | Giaches de Wert 
  193. Jeremiah 31:15-17 | Haec dicit Dominus [Thus saith the Lord] | William Byrd 
  194. Jeremiah 40:10, Matthew 25:6 | Audivi vocem [I heard a voice] | Thomas Tallis 
  195. Lamentations 1:1-2,6,10-11; 2:8,12-13; 3:1-2,22,27; 4:1-2; 5:1-5 | Lamentations of Jeremiah | Tomás Luis de Victoria 
  196. Lamentations 1:12 | Behold, and see if there be any sorrow – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  197. Lamentations 1:12 | O vos omnes [O all ye] | Pablo Casals 
  198. Lamentations 1:12 | O vos omnes [All you who pass by] / Lamentations of Jeremiah | Z. Randall Stroope 
  199. Lamentations 5:15–16 | Unsers Herzens Freude hat ein Ende [Our heart’s joy is ended] | Johann Christoph Bach 
  200. Hosea 11:8 | Was soll ich aus dir machen, Ephraim? [How shall I give thee up, Ephraim?] | J.S. Bach 
  201. Hosea 14:5 | Ich will euch wie en Thau seyn (I will be unto you as a dew) | Simon Peter
  202. Joel 2:12,17 | In ieiunio et fletu | Thomas Tallis 
  203. Joel 2:15-17 | Blow up the trumpet in Sion [Zion] | Henry Purcell
  204. Habakkuk 1:6-12; 2:1-3,14,20 | For lo, I raise up | Sir Charles Villiers Stanford 
  205. Haggai 2:6-7; Malachi 3:1 | Thus saith the Lord – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  206. Zechariah 9:9-10 | Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  207. Malachi 3:2 | But who may abide the day of His coming? – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  208. Malachi 3:3 | And He shall purify – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  209. Luke 2:1-21; Matthew 2:1-23; Luke 2:40 | Weihnachtshistorie [Christmas Story] | Heinrich Schütz 
  210. Matthew 2:1-12 | Cum natus esset Jesus [When Jesus was born] | Orlando di Lasso 
  211. Matthew 2:10-11 | Videntes Stellam [Seeing the star] | Toby Hession 
  212. Matthew 2:1,11 | Ab oriente venerunt Magi [There came wise men from the east] | Jacob Handl 
  213. Matthew 5:3-10 | Beati pauperes spiritu [The beatitudes] | Franz Liszt 
  214. Matthew 5:3-12 | Vo tsarstvii Tvoem [The Beatitudes] | Sergei Rachmaninoff 
  215. Matthew 5:3-12 | The Beatitudes | Arvo Pärt 
  216. Matthew 5:11-12; Luke 6:22-23 | Beati estis [Blessed are you] | Peter Philips 
  217. Matthew 6:9-13 | Vater unser, der du bist im Himmel [Our Father, who art in heaven] | Christian Geist 
  218. Matthew 6:9-13 | Notre Père [Our Father] | Maurice Duruflé 
  219. Matthew 6:9-13 | Pater noster [Our Father] | Franz Liszt 
  220. Matthew 6:9-13 | The Lord’s Prayer | Albert Malotte 
  221. Matthew 6:33 | Quaerite primum regnum Dei [Seek ye first the kingdom of God] | Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
  222. Matthew 11:30 | His yoke is easy, and His burden is light – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  223. Matthew 16:18-19 | Tu es Petrus [You are Peter] | Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina 
  224. Matthew 21:9 | Hosanna to the Son of David | Luc Jakobs 
  225. Matthew 21:9; Luke 19:38 | Hosanna to the Son of David | Orlando Gibbons 
  226. Matthew 21:9 | Hosanna to the Son of David | Thomas Weelkes 
  227. Matthew 21:9 | Hosianna dem Sohne Davids [Hosanna to the son of David] | Bartholomeus Gesius  
  228. Matthew 21:9, Mark 11:9-10, Luke 19:38, John 12:13 | Hosanna Filio David [Hosanna to the son of David] | Franz Schubert 
  229. Matthew 21:8-9 | Pueri Hebraeorum [The Hebrew children] | Randall Thompson 
  230. Matthew 22:37,39 | Diliges Dominum [Love the Lord] | William Byrd 
  231. Matthew 24:13 | Wer bis an das Ende beharrt (He that shall endure to the end) – from Elias (Elijah) | Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy 
  232. Matthew 26:6-13 | The woman with the alabaster box | Arvo Pärt 
  233. Matthew 27:45-47; John 19:30; Luke 23:46 | Tenebrae factae sunt [There was darkness over all the land] | Michael Haydn 
  234. Matthew 26:38 | Tristis est anima mea [My soul is sorrowful] | Orlande de Lassus 
  235. Matthew 27:45-46,50; Luke 23:44,46 | Tenebrae factae sunt [There was darkness over the earth] | Marc-Antoine Charpentier 
  236. Matthew 28:6-7; John 20:13 | Tulerunt Dominum meum | Samuel Scheidt  
  237. Mark 14:34-36 | Tristis est anima mea [My soul is sorrowful] | Franz Liszt 
  238. Mark 16:1-2 | Dum Transisset Sabbatum | John Taverner 
  239. Luke 1:31-33 | Ecce concipies [Behold, thou shalt conceive ] | Jacob Handl 
  240. Luke 1:46-55 | Magnificat | Orlando Gibbons 
  241. Luke 1:46-55 | Magnificat [My soul] in G | Charles Villiers Stanford 
  242. Luke 1:46-55 | Magnificat [Magnifies] | Arvo Pärt 
  243. Luke 1:46 | Magnificat – from Magnificat in D major | Johann Sebastian Bach 
  244. Luke 1:47 | Et exsultavit – from Magnificat in D major | Johann Sebastian Bach 
  245. Luke 1:48 | Quia respexit – from Magnificat in D major | Johann Sebastian Bach 
  246. Luke 1:48 | Omnes generationes – from Magnificat in D major | Johann Sebastian Bach 
  247. Luke 1:49 | Quia fecit mihi magna – from Magnificat in D major | Johann Sebastian Bach 
  248. Luke 1:50 | Et misericordia – from Magnificat in D major | Johann Sebastian Bach 
  249. Luke 1:51 | Fecit potentiam – from Magnificat in D major | Johann Sebastian Bach 
  250. Luke 1:52 | Deposuit potentes – from Magnificat in D major | Johann Sebastian Bach 
  251. Luke 1:53 | Esurientes implevit bonis – from Magnificat in D major | Johann Sebastian Bach 
  252. Luke 1:54 | Suscepit Israel – from Magnificat in D major | Johann Sebastian Bach 
  253. Luke 1:55 | Sicut locutus est – from Magnificat in D major | Johann Sebastian Bach 
  254. Luke 2:8 | There were shepherds abiding in the field – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  255. Luke 2:9 | And lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  256. Luke 2:10-11 | Angelus ad pastores ait [The angel said to the shepherds] | Giovanni Gabrieli 
  257. Luke 2:9-11 | Angelus ad pastore ait [The angel said to the shepherds] | Hans Leo Hassler 
  258. Luke 2:10-11 | And the angel said unto them – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  259. Luke 2:11 | Hodie Christus natus est [Christ is born today] | Giovanni Gabrieli 
  260. Luke 2:13 | And suddenly there was with the angel – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  261. Luke 2:14 | Glory to God – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  262. Luke 2:14 | Gloria in excelsis Deo [Glory to God in the highest] | Antonio Vivaldi 
  263. Luke 2:21 | In illo tempore postquam consummati sunt [At that time, when it was] | Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck 
  264. Luke 2:29-32 | Nunc Dimittis [Now Dismiss] in G | Sir Charles Villiers Stanford 
  265. Luke 3:23-38 | …Which Was The Son Of… | Arvo Pärt 
  266. Luke 11:2-4 | Pater noster [Our Father] |  Francesco de Layolle 
  267. Luke 15:18-19 | I will arise | Robert Creighton 
  268. Luke 15:21 | Pater Peccavi [Father I have sinned] | Duarte Lobo 
  269. Luke 23:34 | Die sieben letzten worte unseres erlösers am Kreuze [The seven last words of Christ on the cross], Part I: Vater, vergib ihnen [Father, forgive them] | Joseph Haydn 
  270. Luke 24:29 | Abendlied [Evening song] | Josef Rheinberger 
  271. John 1:1-3 | The Word Was God | Rosephanye Powell 
  272. John 1:14; 1:1 | Verbum caro factum est [And the Word was made flesh] | John Sheppard 
  273. John 1:6-7 | Sent from God | Alexander Campkin 
  274. John 1:29 | Behold the Lamb of God – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  275. John 3:14-15 | Sicut Moses exaltavit serpentem in deserto [As Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness] | Dietrich Buxtehude 
  276. John 3:16 | Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt [For God so loved the world] (John 3:16) – Heinrich Schütz
  277. John 3:16-17 | God so loved the world – from The Crucifixion | John Stainer 
  278. John 6:53-56 | Verily, verily I say unto you | Thomas Tallis 
  279. John 8:12 | Qui sequitur me [He that follows me] | Orlando di Lasso 
  280. John 8:46-47 | Dicebat Iejus turbis Judaeorum | Juan Navarro 
  281. John 13:34-35 | I give you a new commandment | John Sheppard 
  282. John 14:15-17a | If ye love me, keep my commandments | Thomas Tallis 
  283. If ye love me (John 14:15-17) – Bob Chilcott 
  284. John 20:17; 15:26; 16:22; 14:16 | Ascendo ad Patrem [I ascend to my Father] | Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina 
  285. John 14:27, 16:33 | Peace I give to you | Craig Courtney 
  286. John 15:1-14 | I am the true vine | Arvo Pärt 
  287. John 16:20 | Ihr werdet weinen und heulen [Ye will be weeping and wailing] | Johann Sebastian Bach 
  288. John 18:1-40, 19:1-30 | Passio Domini Nostri Jesu Christi secundum Joannem [St. John Passion] | Arvo Pärt 
  289. John 20:13-15 | Alleluia, tulerunt Dominum [They took away my Lord] | G. P. da Palestrina 
  290. John 20:19-20 | Stetit Iesus [Jesus stood/There came Jesus] | Jacobus Handl Gallus 
  291. Acts 2:1-2; John 20:19 | Dum complerentur dies pentecostes [When the day of Pentecost] | G. P. da Palestrina 
  292. John 20:19-20 | Surgens Jesus [The risen Jesus] | Peter Philips 
  293. Acts 26:14 | Saul, Saul, was verfolgst du mich? | Heinrich Schütz 
  294. Romans 6:9-11; 1 Corinthians 15:20-22 | Christ rising again | John Sheppard 
  295. Romans 6:9-11; 1 Corinthians 15:20-22 | Christ Rising Again from the Dead | Christopher Tye 
  296. Romans 8:1-2,4,9-11 | Jesu, meine Freude [Jesus, my joy] | J.S. Bach 
  297. Romans 8:26-27 | Der Geist hilft unser Schwachheit auf [The Spirit helps us in our weakness] | Johann Sebastian Bach 
  298. Romans 8:31, 33-34 | If God be for us – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  299. Romans 10:9,11-13 | If thou shalt confess with thy mouth | Charles Villiers Stanford 
  300. Romans 10:15 | How beautiful are the feet – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  301. Romans 10:15,18 | How lovely are the messengers | Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy 
  302. Romans 10:18 | Their sound is gone out – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  303. 1 Corinthians 2:9 | Oculus non vidit [Eye has not seen] | Rihards Dubra 
  304. 1 Corinthians 13:1-4,7-8,12-13 | Though I speak with the tongues of men | Edward C. Bairstow 
  305. 1 Corinthians 15:21-22 | Since by man came death – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  306. 1 Corinthians 15:51-52 | Behold, I tell you a mystery – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  307. 1 Corinthians 15:51-52, 54-55; Hebrews 13:14 Revelation 4:11 | Denn Wir Haben Hie Keine Bleibende Statt – from A German Requiem | Johannes Brahms 
  308. 1 Corinthians 15:52-54 | The trumpet shall sound – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  309. 1 Corinthians 15:54 | Then shall be brought to pass – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  310. 1 Corinthians 15:55-57 | O death, where is thy sting? But thanks be to God – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel
  311. 2 Corinthians 6:2 | Ecce nunc tempus acceptabile [Behold, now is the accepted time] | Francisco Guerrero 
  312. Galatians 6:14 | When I survey the wondrous cross | Lowell Mason, arr. Gilbert M. Martin 
  313. Ephesians 4:30-32 | Grieve not the Holy Spirit of God | T. Tertius Noble 
  314. Philippians 2:8-9 | Christus factus est pro nobis | Felice Anerio 
  315. Philippians 2:8-9 | Christus factus est | Anton Bruckner 
  316. Philippians 4:4-7 | Rejoice in the Lord alway | Anonymous  
  317. Philippians 4:4 | Gaudete in Domino [Rejoice in the Lord] | Giaches de Wert 
  318. Philippians 4:4-7 | Rejoice in the Lord alway | Henry Purcell 
  319. Colossians 3:1-4 | If ye be risen again with Christ | Orlando Gibbons 
  320. 1 Thessalonians 4:14,18 | If we believe that Jesus died | John Goss 
  321. 1 Timothy 1:15-17 | Das ist je gewisslich wahr (The saying is sure) | Heinrich Schütz
  322. Titus 2:11-14 | Es ist erschienen die heilsame Gnade Gottes (For the grace of God) | Heinrich Schütz 
  323. Hebrews 1:5 | Unto which the angels said he at any time – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  324. Hebrews 1:6 | Let all the angels of God worship Him – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  325. 1 Peter 1:3-5, 15, 17, 22-25 | Blessed be the God and Father | Samuel Sebastian Wesley 
  326. 1 John 3:1 | Sehet, welch eine Liebe hat uns der Vater erzeiget [Behold what love the Father has bestowed on us] | Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy 
  327. Revelation 1:4; 4:8; 22:20,5 | E’en so, Lord Jesus, quickly come | Paul Manz 
  328. Revelation 1:4-6 | Friedensbotschaft der Apokalypse (Uraufführung) [Peace message of the Apocalypse] | Bertold Hummel 
  329. Revelation 1:8 | I am Alpha and Omega | John Stainer  
  330. Revelation 2:10 | Sei getreu bis in den Tod [Be thou faithful unto death] from Paulus [St. Paul] | Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy 
  331. Revelation 3:11,15 | Halt was du hast [Hold what thou hast] | Georg Philipp Telemann 
  332. Revelation 5:12-13 | Das Lamm, das erwürget ist [The Lamb that was slain] | Johann Sebastian Bach 
  333. Revelation 5:12-13 | Worthy is the Lamb that was slain – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  334. Revelation 11:15, 19:6, 16 | Hallelujah – from Messiah | George Frideric Handel 
  335. Revelation 14:4-5 | These are they which follow the Lamb | John Goss 
  336. Revelation 14:13 | Selig sind die Toten [Blessed are the dead] | Heinrich Schütz 
  337. Revelation 14:13 | Selig sind die Toten [Blessed are the dead], from Ein Deutsches Requiem [A German Requiem | Johannes Brahms 
  338. Revelation 21:1-4 | And I saw a new heaven (Revelation 21:1-4) Edgar Bainton 

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