John Valentine

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Born: 7 June 1730

Died: 10 September 1791


John Valentine was an violinist, violist, music teacher and composer, from LeicesterLink to the English Wikipedia article.

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List of choral works

  • All laud and praise with heart and voice
  • Give to the Lord, ye potentates
  • How long wilt thou forget me, Lord?
  • I lift my heart to thee
  • Incline thine ear, O Lord, and let
  • Lord, be my judge, and thou shalt see
  • Lord, in thy wrath reprove me not
  • Lord, who's the happy man that may
  • My shepherd is the living Lord
  • O God, my God, wherefore dost thou
  • O God, our Lord, how wonderful
  • O God, thou art my righteousness
  • O Lord, how are my foes increased
  • O Lord, how joyful is the king
  • O Lord, my God, I put my trust
  • Protect me from my cruel foes
  • Since godly men decay, O Lord
  • Since I have placed my trust in God
  • Sure wicked fools must needs suppose
  • The heavens declare thy glory, Lord
  • The Lord is both my health and light
  • The Lord to thy request attend
  • The man is blest that hath not lent
  • To my just plea and sad complaint
  • To render thanks unto the Lord
  • When God arose my part to take
  • Why did the Gentiles tumults raise
  • What is the cause that thou, O Lord
  • With heart and voice, to thee, O Lord
  • Ye gates and everlasting doors

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