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John Taverners Mean Mass is so called because the top voice is for altos (means) rather than trebles. It is probably one of Taverners late works, showing a mastery of imitative counterpoint and a sense of economy and symmetry that were to influence William Byrd when he composed his own Masses. For five voices: ATTBarB. viii + 23 pages.
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