All have lyrics in English, Latin, or Spanish (and some French, German, and Italian) in the staff (as opposed to being separately printed).
They are not filtered for quality, nor for content type (such as religious).
They are engraved using the beautiful Lilypond, as everything is on Mutupia.
- Abendruhe—W. A. Mozart (1756–1791)
- Al mormorar de' liquidi cristalli, madrigale a 6 voci—G. Gastoldi (1556–1622)
- Alas! and did my savior bleed?—J. K. Banks (1987–)
- All my heart this night rejoices—C. E. Horsley (1822–1876)
- Ave Maria—P. Benoit (1834–1901)
- Beatus vir—C. Monteverdi (1567–1643)
- Caligaverunt—J. Naujalis (1869–1934)
- Come again—J. Dowland (1563–1626)
- Dies irae—W. A. Mozart (1756–1791)
- Dolcissima mia vita—C. Gesualdo (1566–1613)
- El grillo—J. des Prés (c.1440–1521)
- Es ist ein ros’ entsprungen (Anonymous)
- Fairest isle—H. Purcell (1658–1695)
- Glory to god in the highest—G. B. Pergolesi (1710–1736)
- Magnificat—P. Benoit (1834–1901)
- Musiche per la maddalena—C. Monteverdi (1567–1643)
- O how amiable are thy dwellings—T. Weelkes (1576–1623)
- O nata lux de lumine—T. Tallis (1510–1585)
- Popule meus—J. Naujalis (1869–1934)
- Receive the body of Christ—D. Johnson (?–)
- Sestina—C. Monteverdi (1567–1643)
- Sibylla samia—O. de Lassus (1530 or 1532–1594)
- Silver swan, the—O. Gibbons (1583–1625)
- T'amo mia vita—C. Monteverdi (1567–1643)
- Tantum ergo sacramentum—F. J. Haydn (1732–1809)
- Tantum ergo—F. Schubert (1797–1828)
- To hope—S. Magnenat (1980–)
- Trust and obey—D. B. Towner (1833–1896)
- Unquiet thoughts—J. Dowland (1563–1626)
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