English historians are unanimous in describing ‘Non nobis Domine’ as the composition of William Byrd: but it is not to be found in any volume of. Buy Non Nobis Domine (SAB) by William Byrd/arr. at Choral Sheet Music. Now developing mixed or treble choirs can sing this Englis. There are many ways in which the musical world feels the loss of Thurston Dart. Among the unfinished items on his large agenda was the editing of Byrd’s.
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Non nobis Domine (Anonymous)
Recent research has shown that the two related figures which form the basis of the Non nobis, Domine canon were extracted from the 5-voice motet Aspice Domine by Philip van Wilder c. The Non nobis, Domine text to which the canon is sung today was apparently taken from the first collect from the thanksgiving service added to the Book of Common Prayer to celebrate the thwarting of the Gunpowder Plot on 5 November It is however clear from the repeated notes and the contour of the melody that this version was already designed to fit the Non nobis, Domine text, which was evidently sung in a spirit of thanksgiving for deliverance.
The canon was published anonymously in three 17th century collections, yet the earliest attribution to a specific composer was made as late as by Thomas Tudway, who ascribed it to Morley ; the woefully inaccurate Dr Pepusch ascribes it to Byrd in his Treatise on Harmony ; and in the theme is quoted in a concerto by Count Unico Willem van Wassenaer formerly attributed to Pergolesi as Canone di Palestrina!
The canon is known to have been admired by Mozart and Beethovenwhomever its composer was. Original text and translations may be found at Psalm Claudio Raffi submitted MusicXML source file is in compressed. Part Midis and Mp3s Available Editor: Monique Rio submitted Brian Russell submitted Philip Legge submitted This edition was made directly from the facsimile reprint in Musical Times volumepageby transposing down a perfect fourth for the soprano and quartering the note values.
PDF Canon • “Non Nobis Domine” (William Byrd)
Paul Cienniwa submitted This three-part canon is arranged for SAB. Scores listed alphabetically by composer. All scores available in Scorch format, some are also available as PDF files. Bettina Blokland submitted Files recovered byre http: Stuart McIntosh submitted Realised for 3 voices, SABar. Score reposted July 14, Includes a keyboard reduction of the a cappella choral score.
Rod Mather submitted Realised for 4 voices, SATB. Non nobis, Domine This work has been misattributed.
See notes for details and correct composer below or see the discussion page. Original text and translations Original text and translations may be found at Psalm Retrieved from ” https: Navigation menu Personal tools Log in Request account.
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