SATB setting of Vulgate Psalm 50 in D minor.
A setting of the entire psalm (Vulgate 50). Sources: Venice, Procuratoria di San Marco, a score dating from 1733. Note values have been halved and the music presented at pitch. Editorial and cautionary accidentals are in brackets. Double barlines, dividing the work into sections, are editorial. The work is thought to have been composed in 1733, together with the Benedictus Dominus Deus in C. Another pair of these texts were also written at the same time: a Miserere in G minor and Benedictus in F.
This piece can be heard on the recording by Thomas Hengelbrock and the Balthus-Neumann Ensemble "Requiem".