Missa Gloria tibi Trinitas (John Taverner)
|This CPDL edition is incomplete, either movements have not yet been edited or accompaniment is omitted. |
"Incomplete" here does not refer to the original composition; works left unfinished by the composer are categorised elsewhere.
- (Posted 2006-07-29) CPDL #12139: (Finale 2005)
- Editor: Charles H. Giffen (submitted 2006-07-29). Score information: Letter, 23 pages, 366 kB Copyright: CPDL
- Edition notes: Original note values.
- (Posted 2006-07-28) CPDL #12107: (Finale 2000)
- Editor: Sabine Cassola (submitted 2006-07-28). Score information: A4, 11 pages, 228 kB Copyright: CPDL
- Edition notes:
- (Posted 2020-03-22) CPDL #57652:
- Editor: Humphrey Thompson (submitted 2020-03-22). Score information: A3, 9 pages, 74 kB Copyright: CPDL
- Edition notes:
- (Posted 2018-11-22) CPDL #52211:
- Editor: Allen Garvin (submitted 2018-11-22). Score information: Letter, 3 pages, 60 kB Copyright: CC BY NC
- Edition notes: This is just the famous In nomine section.
5. Agnus Dei
Title: Missa Gloria tibi Trinitas
Composer: John Taverner
Description: This mass has no Kyrie since in the liturgical use of the period, the Kyrie was generally troped. It is not unusual in modern times to precede this mass with the composer's Kyrie Le Roy. The Missa Gloria tibi Trinitas is also notable because the In nomine section of the Sanctus is the 'mother' of a multitude of instrumental "In Nomine" compositions (Benedictus qui venit IN NOMINE Domini) by various Renaissance composers: Richard Alwood, John Bull, Wiliam Byrd, Richard Dering, Alphonso Ferrabosco I, Alphonso Ferrabosco II, Orlando Gibbons, John Jenkins, William Lawes, Mallory, John Mundy, Robert Parsons, Henry Purcell, Nicholas Strogers, Thomas Tallis, Christopher Tye, John Ward, Thomas Weelkes, and Robert White.
Original text and translations
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