||As organist at Peterhouse, Cambridge, in the 1630s one of Wilsonís duties must have been to provide music for the services sung in the college chapel under John Cosinís high-church regime. This volume contains five settings of collects from the Book of Common Prayer: Almighty God, which doest see (second Sunday in Lent); Almighty God, which madest thy blessed son (Circumcision); Grant, we beseech thee (fourth Sunday in Lent); Merciful Lord, we beseech thee (St John the Evangelist); and Prevent us, O Lord (fourth prayer after communion)óand also a setting of Christ rising again/Christ is risen for morning service on Easter Day. Merciful Lord is for SAATTB; the others are for SAATB. Almighty God, which madest and Prevent us, O Lord are unaccompanied; the others have an organ part. Almighty God, which doest see and Merciful Lord include short verse sections. The editor has skilfully and idiomatically reconstructed missing vocal and organ parts in order to make these attractive works once again performable. ISMN 979-0-57039-179-0.