This glorious seven-part anthem, Sing, O heav 'ns (SSAATBB) is a perfect example of the richness and sonority that typified early seventeenth-century English anthems. I wonder if its scoring meant that Amner felt he couldn't divide the tenor line. Or perhaps he wrote it with the stunning acoustic of Ely Cathedral's Lady Chapel in mind, that is probably more likely now that I think of it because the Lady Chapel also served as Amner's parish church The Church of the Holy Trinity. Either way it's a wonderfully celebratory piece. Enjoy :-).