In Nomine [PDF Score]

For Percussion Quartet

Four singing rods (F, F#, G and Bb)
Hand Bells (A4, C5, Eb5, Gb5, Bb5)
Metal pitches (gongs, almglocken, found metal) (G3, A3, Bb3, C4, D4 [x2], Eb4, F4, G4 [x2], A4, Bb4, C5 [x2], D5)

In Nomine is a polyphonic form which dates back to the 16th century. It derives from an excerpt of a mass by John Taverner, specifically the section that appears in the Benedictus for the words "in nomine Domini" from which the name "In Nomine" comes. Taverner's mass is based on the antiphon Gloria tibi Trinitas which is presented in long notes as a cantus firmus with other voices weaving around it in counterpoint. All pieces called "In Nomine" use this particular chant melody as a cantus firmus to structure the piece. In this particular "In Nomine", the cantus firmus is shared between all the players and is heard twice in full.

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