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The Latin church music of Robert Parsons, Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, dates from the reigns of Mary and of her half-sister, Elizabeth who, although she insisted on her chapel services being in English, allowed the use of Latin for introits, anthems, and other peripheral choral music. Parsons, like William Byrd a Roman Catholic, showed the influence of the psalm motet and votive antiphon in his work.
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