While reading the Psalm selection for today in the Divine Office—Psalm 115:12-13, 15-18—I noticed that the first verse is: "Not to us, O Lord, not to us, but to your name give glory."
Non nobis, Domine, non nobis, sed nomini tuo da gloriam. (In the Latin Vulgate, it's Pss 114:9.)
Being who I am and what I am, the first thing I remembered is Patrick Doyle's setting of this verse, which comes at the end of the Battle of Agincourt in Kenneth Branagh's film adaptation of Shakespeare's Henry V (1989):
So okay, it's not Palestrina. However, it sticks with you. And this was Doyle's first movie score.
(By the way, Doyle plays the first soldier to sing; he also plays Balthazar the minstrel in Much Ado About Nothing . His most recent work is the score for the soon-to-be-released movie adaptation of the comic book Thor ... directed, of course[?], by Branagh.)