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Crowley, Timothy R. Tn Nnmine Domini. Doctor of Musical
Arts (Composition), August 1995, 108 pp., 7 examples, 23
figures, sources consulted, 33 titles.
In Nomine Domini is an eighteen-minute composition for
two chamber orchestras with two soloists using real-time
interactive signal processing techniques. The first chamber
orchestra is scored for flute (piccolo), English horn,
trumpet in C, trombone, two percussionists (cowbells, wood
blocks, tenor drum, suspended cymbal, gongs, tam-tam, temple
blocks, tambourine, snare drum, timbales, and bass drum),
horn in F (soloist), viola, and string bass. The second
chamber orchestra is scored for oboe, clarinet in Bb (bass
clarinet in Bb), bassoon, tuba, two percussionists
(crotales, two marimbas, vibraphone, chimes, and tom-toms),
piano (soloist), violin, and cello. Real-time interactive
signal processing techniques are achieved through the use of
a stereo multiple-effects signal processor and a personal
computer running MIDI interactive software.
The work is based upon the four-hundred and seventy-five
year old in nomine composition tradition begun by John
Taverner in the Benedictus of his Mass Gloria tibi Trinitas
(1520) and continued in over one-hundred and fifty
Renaissance settings. In Nomine Domini consists of three
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Crowley, Timothy R. (Timothy Robert). In Nomine Domini, dissertation, August 1995; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc279249/m1/3/: accessed September 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .