1. The Call–Whitsuntide/General2. Discipline–Lent/General3. Antiphon–Thanksgiving/GeneralDonald Hunt’s close association with the great English composers of the first half of this century is revealed in his “Three George Herbert Motets”. While inheriting the lyricism and sensitivity to words that characterize the works of Howells and Vaughan Williams, Hunt has added his own gifts of expressive harmony and rhythmic vitality. His gracious choral writing uses a broad range of expression, and his rich harmonic variety underscores the texts of these well-loved poems. Particularly worthy of note is the use of solo soprano at moments of emotional intensity. These works are appropriate for general use but also as concert pieces.