Cooke, H: Put me not to rebuke, O Lord

This page lists our only recording of Put me not to rebuke, O Lord, by Henry Cooke (c.1615-72) on CD.

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The King’s Musick



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2nd Oct 2006




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The King’s Musick

Music from the Chapel Royal - verse anthems


I will always give thanks (The 'Club' Anthem)

composed jointly by John Blow, Pelham Humfrey, and William Turner ‘as a memorial of their fraternal esteem and friendship’


I will hearken

Cooke, H:

Put me not to rebuke, O Lord

O Lord, thou hast searched me out


O Lord my God

Lord I have sinned

O the sad day

By the waters of Babylon

Sleep downy sleep come close mine eyes

A Hymne to God the Father



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BBC Music Magazine

November 2006


“The singing, both solo and corporate is of an high order. Tenors Simon Berridge and Mark Dobell convey the touching melancholy of Humfrey's devotional songs with tender inflexions and a just degree of expressive fervour. Elin Manahan Thomas is comparably sensitive in her heartfelt account of the fourth song. A Hymn to God the Father.”

Gramophone Magazine

November 2006

“The Sixteen gravitate primarily towards mournful works. Appropriate to the relatively small dimensions of the Chapel Royal, Harry Christophers adopts an intimate chamber style of single strings and soloists from within the choir. The performances include fine solo contributions, especially Elin Manahan Thomas's exquisite rendering of Humfrey's Hymn to God the Father.”

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