in nomine


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in nomine

(ɪn ˈnɒmɪˌneɪ; -ˌniː)
n
(Classical Music) music any of several pieces of music of the 16th or 17th centuries for keyboard or for a consort of viols, based on a cantus firmus derived from the Vespers antiphon Gloria tibi Trinitas
[from Latin in nomine Jesu in the name of Jesus, the first words of an introit for which this type of music was originally composed]
References in classic literature ?
Ego non baptizo te in nomine patris, sed in nomine diaboli
Seven in Nomine is in his austere, edgy 1960s style.
In addition to the fantasias, the program includes three In Nomine settings, which are characteristically darker and more stylistically backward-looking, but even these at times betray the sparkle of wit and originality that marks Ward's lighter works.
Fletcher (author of "Benedictus qui venit in nomine Domini": A Thirteenth-Century Sermon for Advent and the Macaronic Style in England) has compiled an anthological cross-section of late medieval Orthodox Christian sermons from Britain and Ireland.
258v: In nomine Ihesu omne genu flectatur coelestium, terrestrium et infernorum.
The long In Nomine slow movement of the third quartet, for example, is beguilingly beautiful in the ways it explores aspects of the traditional plainsong theme before letting us hear it complete, albeit in a dissonantly fractured form, towards the end.
Interestingly, only passing reference is made to the In nomine; however, further detail can be found in the articles by Thurston Dart and Robert Donnington, and Gustave Reese (Robert Donnington and Thurston Dart, "The Origin of the In Nomine," Music & Letters 30, no.
30pm) features the Bergonzi Quartet in Purcell's In Nomine and quintets by Mozart and Brahms.