Stourton, William(?): Ave Maria ancilla trinitatis (Nick Sandon) RCM40
Mixed Voices (SATB+)
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Publisher: Antico Edition
One of a series of ten editions (RCM31-40) publishing the antiphons and anonymous Magnificats in the Lambeth choirbook. The copyist identified this composer simply asSturton; he was probably William Sturton, a singer in the royal household chapel in the early 1500s. The setting has as its cantus firmus the Gloria tibi trinitas chant used byJohn Taverner in one of his six-part Masses. For six voices: SATTBarB. x + 18 pages.
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