Webcasts Evensong, Monday 29 March 2021 This webcast, which was recorded behind closed doors, includes William Byrd’s beautiful motet Ne irascaris. Open in pop-up player The texts of the psalm can be found here (opens in a new tab or window). Text of the anthem Ne irascaris, Domine, satis, et ne ultra memineris iniquitatis nostrae. Ecce, respice, populus tuus omnes nos.Civitas sancti tui facta est deserta. Sion deserta facta est, Jerusalem desolata est. Be not angry still, O Lord, and remember not our iniquity for ever. Behold, consider, we are all your people.Your holy cities have become a wilderness, Zion has become a wilderness, Jerusalem a desolation. Isaiah 64: 9–10 We are very grateful to the Perpetual Trust for their support of the music of Hereford Cathedral. To find out more about the work of the Trust or to make a gift to further support our choral foundation please click here. About our webcasts The recording of services began in the autumn of 2015, when a new sound system was installed in the cathedral. These were made available on an occasional basis on our Soundcloud page. Our current aim is to make a different service available each week and, in this way, we seek to allow those unable to be with us in person to participate in the worship that is central to the life of Hereford Cathedral. It is important to note that in these recordings, the listener hears exactly what they would have heard had they been present at the service itself. No extra rehearsal is undertaken beforehand, and no editing takes place afterwards. An order for Choral Evensong can be downloaded here. We hope that you enjoy these ‘snapshots’ of the daily services at Hereford Cathedral. If you would like to be notified each time a new webcast is made available, please fill in this form. Archive An archive of our more recent webcasts is available here. To see all our previous webcasts, please visit our Soundcloud page.