Evening Service ‘in medio chori’

Evening Service ‘in medio chori’


The Evening Service ‘in medio chori’ is easily Mundy’s most ambitious work for the Anglican liturgy. The most likely explanation of the subtitle is that a group of solo singers stood between Decani and Cantoris, literally in the middle of the choir, in order to provide a further antiphonal effect. It was probably written for the choir of the Chapel Royal, which Mundy joined as a Gentleman in 1563.

This edition has been recorded by the choir of York Minster on Regent REGCD488

SATTBarB + SSAAT soli, 38 pp, 190 × 270 mm.

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