Taverner: Missa Gloria tibi Trinitas - Gregory Bannan (treble); Jonathan Stainsby (baritone); Oliver Winstone (tenor); Richard Anderton (baritone);...
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  1. Gloria tibi Trinitas, antiphon in mode 1 (Liber Usualis 914)
  2. Deus creator
  3. Missa "Gloria Tibi Trinitas" for six voices: Gloria
  4. Missa "Gloria Tibi Trinitas" for six voices: Credo
  5. Missa "Gloria Tibi Trinitas" for six voices: Sanctus
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  1. Gloria tibi Trinitas, antiphon in mode 1 (Liber Usualis 914)
  2. Deus creator
  3. Missa "Gloria Tibi Trinitas" for six voices: Gloria
  4. Missa "Gloria Tibi Trinitas" for six voices: Credo
  5. Missa "Gloria Tibi Trinitas" for six voices: Sanctus
  6. Missa "Gloria Tibi Trinitas" for six voices: Benedictus
  7. Missa "Gloria Tibi Trinitas" for six voices: Agnus Dei
  8. Mater Christi, antiphon for 5 voices
  9. Dum transisset sabbatum (i), motet for 5 (another version exists for 4) voices
  10. O Wilhelme, pastor bone, antiphon for 5 voices (lost, but same as Christe Jesu; lacks tenor part)
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John Taverner's Missa Gloria tibi Trinitas lacks familiarity commensurate with its influence -- it was a sterling example of the cantus firmus mass technique that helped establish the High Renaissance style in England, and the "in nomine" section of its Benedictus was such a perfectly self-contained piece of polyphony that it spawned an entire tradition of instrumental elaborations, known as In nomines even though they were textless. The reason for its neglect may be that English polyphony is a bit harder for the average ...

Taverner: Missa Gloria tibi Trinitas 2007, Avie

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