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Fretwork: A Mingled Chime: In Nomines through the ages

Saturday November 18, 2017 at 19:30
St Andrew's and St George's West Church, Edinburgh
£20 (£18), students £5
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  1. In nomine - John Taverner
  2. In nomine a 5 No 12, 'Crye' - Christopher Tye
  3. In nomine a 5 No 13 'Trust' - Christopher Tye
  4. In nomine III - Robert Parsons
  5. Ut re mi - Robert Parsons
  6. De la Court - Robert Parsons
  7. In nomine a 5 No 1 - William Byrd
  8. In nomine - Orlando Gibbons
  9. Slow (In nomine in 5 parts) - Nico Muhly
  10. Consort Sett in G minor - William Lawes
  11. In nomine, after Purcell - Gavin Bryars
  12. 3 Fantasias - Henry Purcell

A five part setting of In nomine Domini by John Taverner with the plain chant tune in the alto inspired many 16th century English composers such as William Byrd, Orlando Gibbons and Christopher Tye to write five part instrumental versions of the In nomine with the plainchant in the alto. Fretwork brings a wealth of experience to their exploration of these works.

“…. beautifully transparent and feeling lines, often allowing us to enter a suspended, ethereal world that we had seldom realized before.” Geoffrey Newman, Vancouver

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