The editor makes a very strong case for attributing this anonymous six-part motet to the important madrigalist and composer of consort music John Ward (c.1590–1638). Although conveniently called a motet, the piece is so madrigalian in style that it might better be called a sacred madrigal; it shows how secular and sacred genres could blend in early seventeenth-century England. For six mixed voices. ii + 14 pages. ISMN 979-0-57039-163-9.