In Nomine (Taverner, John)
Denis Stevens (1922-2004)
Hortus Musicus 134
Kassel: Bärenreiter, 1955.
From the uploader's library. Part of a collection entitled In Nomine. Altenglische Kammermusik für 4 und 5 Stimmen. This is the first piece (out of 7). It is for 4 voices, not 5 like the version below, however Denis Stevens lists a string quintet arrangement among his sources (see Misc. Comments).
Robert Wright Weidner (b.1923)
The Early In Nomine: A Genesis of Chamber Music
Rochester, NY: University of Rochester, 1960.
|Work Title||In Nomine|
|Key||G ('minor' mode)|
|Instrumentation||4 or 5 instruments, most likely viol consort|
- Grove Music does not mention a 5-part version, only the 4-part version. Therefore, the 5-part version is tagged as an arrangement, as indicated in the Denis Stevens sources below.
- Denis Stevens provides the following sources : British Museum RM 24 d 2, f.22 (Score); Oxford, Bodleian Library, Ms. Mus. Sch. D 212-216, no.2 (Parts); Oxford, Christ Church Library, Mus. Ms. 371, f.6v (Organ arrangement with ornaments: Bärenreiter edition 385, Altenglische Orgelmusik, pp.12-13); British Museum Add. Ms.4900, f.61v (for Lute and Soprano); Add. 15166, f.88v (with title "In trouble and adversitie"); Add. 29246, f.54v (for Lute and Soprano); Add. 30480, f.53 (with title "O geve thanks unto ye Lord"); Add. 30513, f.41v (Organ arrangement); Add. 31390, f.101 (String Quintet arrangement).