||Nicholas Strogers served as parish clerk of St-Dunstan-in-the-West, London, between about 1564 and 1575, thus continuing the association with music that parish clerks had had before the Reformation. The six-part psalm-setting Domine non est exaltatum is probably Elizabethan, whereas the five-part Non me vincat, a setting of a prayer from Thomas ŕ Kempis’ De imitatione Christi, could well date from Mary’s reign. The two missing voices of the former have been recomposed for this edition. For five and six mixed voices. ii + 17 pages. ISMN 979-0-57039-161-5.