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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