Instrumental ensemble settings of In Nomines composed in England (1550-1650).

Noreen. Dertinger
In Nomine is the Latin title given to English compositions of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries having the Sarum antiphon Gloria tibi Trinitas as their cantus firmus. Many composers, from Taverner to Purcell, composed at least one work based on this cantus firmus. The transition from a primarily vocal style to one for instrumental performance is evident. This study deals with a selected part of the In Nomine complex using methods developed in the scholarship...
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