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Wydawnictwo: Signum Classics
Nr katalogowy: SIGCD 576
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: listopad 2019
EAN: 635212057629
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans, barok
Obszar (język): angielski
Instrumenty: viola da gamba

Baldwin / Tye / Purcell: In Nomine II

Signum Classics - SIGCD 576
John Baldwin (1560-1615)
Christopher Tye (c1505-1573)
Henry Purcell (1659-1695)
Nico Muhly, Robert Parsons, John Bull, Alfonso Ferrabosco II, Gavin Bryars, John Ward
Nagrody i rekomendacje
Limelight BBC Music Choice Gramophone Editor's Choice ArkivMusic Best of Music Island Recommends
Nico Muhly:
Slow (In Nomine in 5 parts)

Robert Parsons:
In Nomine IV in 7 parts
In Nomine V in 7 parts

John Bull:
In Nomine in 11/4

John Baldwin:
Proportions to the minim
Upon In Nomine 1592
In Nomine 1606

Alfonso Ferrabosco II:
In Nomine in 6 Parts, No. 1
In Nomine in 6 Parts, No. 2
In Nomine through all the parts

Gavin Bryars:
In Nomine

John Ward:
In Nomine in 5 parts

Christopher Tye:
Howlde fast
Re la re

Henry Purcell:
In Nomine in 7 parts, Z. 747
Over thirty years ago, Fretwork made its first recording – well, technically speaking it was the second album to be recorded, but the first to be released – and it was called ‘In nomine’, which consisted mainly of 16th-century examples of this remarkable instrumental form.

While this isn’t an anniversary of that release, we want to look both back to that first release and forward, to bring the genre up to date. There were several examples of the In nomine and related forms that we didn’t or couldn’t record in 1987, and this album seeks to complete the project.

The form was created unwittingly by John Taverner (1490-1545). His 6-part mass, Gloria tibi Trinitas, is based on the plainchant of that name. In the Sanctus, at the words Benedictus qui venit in nomine Domini (Blessed is he that comes in the name of the Lord), the six-part texture is pared down to two and three parts; and then, with the words in nomine Domini, Taverner makes, for the only time in the mass, a complete statement of the cantus firmus, accompanied by three voices. This four-parts section – very beautiful as it is – must have struck contemporaries as some kind of perfection, to be used as a template, to be emulated and copied. And then those copies were copied and changed again.

Typically, an In nomine would have the alto, or second part, playing this cantus firmus in long slow notes of equal length. The other parts would weave counterpoint around it, sometimes commenting upon it, sometimes ignoring it. Typically, the cantus firmus starts and ends on the note D – but there are many exceptions to all these ‘rules’.

Recorded in St Mary Magdalen Church, Sherborne, Gloucestershire, 15th & 16th May 2017, 15th & 16th June 2018.

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  • SIGCD 707
  • SIGCD 680