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Peccavimus cum patribus nostris is a Prayer-Motet which also bears classification as a Votive Antiphon, specifically a Jesus Antiphon by virtue of the words at the end of the first section. The cadence at the mention of the name of Jesus is heartfelt. The ear is prepared for a plagal cadence (IV–I), but instead the musical canvas is, without warning, illuminated with the colours of the. composers seven part motet, Peccavimus Cum Patribus, that gave such added lustre to the distinctive 1973 recording made by Bill Ives and the Choir of Magdalen College. In 1968, moving north of the border to Glasgow, appointed a lecturer at the Royal Scottish Academy.

This page lists all recordings of Peccavimus cum patribus nostris by Christopher Tye (c.1505-73). Peccavimus cum patribus nostris, iniuste egimus, iniquitatem fecimus. Tuæ tamen clementiæ spe animati ad te supplices confugimus, benignissime Jesu. Qui ut omnia potes ita omnibus te invocantibus vere præsto es. Respice itaque in nos infelices peccatores, bonitas immensa.

Peccavimus cum patribus nostris injuste egimus iniquitatem fecimus Manuscript Reading Full Text (MS spelling): Peccavimus cum patribus nostris iniuste egimus iniquitatem fecimus | Adtende. The inventory for F-Pnm lat. 12044 was prepared by Keith Glaeske and Denise Gallo at The Catholic University of America. Full texts were entered by Nan Zhang (Dalhousie University) and proofread by Alessandra Ignesti (McGill University).