There is a Credo & Gloria for this service, but I have not yet had the chance to typeset them. Hopefully in the next few weeks I can get that done, and uploaded. I think there is also a setting of the Lord's Prayer.
The 'Kyrie' is in fact Responses to the Commandments. No one uses them nowadays, I think. Anybody mind if I do an adaptation for the Greek words? Marghek (talk) 16:17, 13 May 2013 (UTC)
I see there is a Greek Kyrie as a separate file. It does look to be in the same style as the rest of the Service in G, so an adaptation is not needed. Sorry about my confusion. Incidentally, Thurlow mentions A H Brown; far from nothing being known about AHB, there's a comprehensive cv etc - Google Arthur Henry Brown. AHB wrote several hymn tunes, including 'Saffron Waldon'. Marghek (talk) 19:03, 13 May 2013 (UTC)
If this is indeed Arthur Henry Brown, it is a puzzle. On the MS, Simper's name appears on the left in parentheses, Brown's on the right, also parenthesised. The style seems to be Simper's, but I have no idea how Brown fits in. Naturally, the person -- presumably the organist -- who wrote this out at St Peter's/Key West where I found this is long gone. From my time there as Organist/CM I know they used this form for the service, since they did not use the Decalogue except in Lent, when they would have used the printed (rather than MS) version.
However, I'm beginning to wonder if this setting is perhaps by Brown (name on right), and Simper's name appears as an indicator/reference that it was to be used with the Communion Service in G. If it should turn out to be Brown's, I'll move it over to his page here on CDPL.