Composed by Hugh Benham. H.T. Fitzsimons Co. Anthem, Ascension, General Worship, Sacred. Octavo. 6 pages. H.T. FitzSimons Company #F2380. Published by H.T. FitzSimons Company (HL.145540).
- Artist: Hugh Benham
- Instruments: Choral
- Format: Octavo
- Genre: Anthem, Ascension, General Worship, Sacred
- Lead Time: 3 to 5 business days
- Publisher: H.T. FitzSimons Company
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In Nomine (one time rendered, by William Lawes, as a single word, Iñomine—the superscript “~” being an ecclesiastical-Latin abbreviation for a following N in manuscript sources (Cunningham 2010, 283)) is a title given to a large number of pieces of English polyphonic, predominantly instrumental music, first composed during the 16th century.
== History ==
This “most conspicuous single form in the early development of English consort music” (Edwards 2001) originated in the early 16th century from a six-voice mass composed before 1530 by John Taverner on the plainchant Gloria Tibi Trinitas. In the Benedictus section of this mass, the Latin phrase “in nomine Domini” was sung in a reduced, four-part counterpoint, with the plainchant melody in the meane part. At an early point, this attractive passage became popular as a short instrumental piece, though there is no evidence that Taverner himself was responsible for any of these arrangements (Bowers, Doe, and Benham 2001). Over the next 150 years, English composers worked this melody into “In Nomine” pieces of ever greater stylistic range.
In Nomines are typically consort pieces for four or five instruments, especially consorts of viols. One instrument plays the theme through as a cantus firmus with each note lasting one or even two measures; usually this is the second part from the top.