Active in London and Lincoln, Horwood belonged to the generation of composers active during the reign of Edward IV (1461–83), a period from which little English music survives. His four surviving works in the Eton choirbook, three votive antiphons and this Magnificat, outnumber those of any of his contemporaries. The finesse and shapeliness of the Magnificat suggest that it may be the latest of them. For five voices: SATTB. iv + 12 pages.
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Catalogue No. 9790570391950 Publisher Antico Edition Contents