Instrumental In Nomines

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Instrumental In Nomines

Postby steltz » Fri Nov 29, 2013 6:12 am

John Bull's In nomine à 4 refers (originally for keyboard), although there are many others. These instrumental settings have their roots in an antiphon, though many composers did instrumental versions that were put in collections alongside fantasias, and since they have no words with no intention of use in a mass, it is not an antiphon. Some are even entitled "In nomine Rounde" or "In Nomine Fantasia". Tag as "pieces" if there is no other taggable word in the title?
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