Apparens Christus post passionem suam (Johannes Lupi)

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General Information

Title: Apparens Christus post passionem suam
Composer: Johannes Lupi
Lyricist:
Number of voices: 5vv   Voicing: SATTB
Genre: SacredMotet

Language: Latin
Instruments: A cappella

First published: 1539 (August) in Cantiones quinque vocum selectissimae (Peter Schöffer), no. 12
    2nd published: 1555 in Evangelia dominicorum et festorum dierum tomus secundus (Berg & Neuber, Nuremberg), no. 3
Description: Sources: Secundus tomus evangeliorum ..., Berg & Neuber, Nuremberg, 1555, and Cantiones 5 vocum ... published by Peter Schoeffer, Strasbourg, 1539

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Original text and translations

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Apparens Christus post passionem suam,
post passionem suam discipulis suis
per dies quadraginta loquens de regno Dei
alleluia,
et videntibus illis elevatus est,
et nubes suscepit eum ab oculis eorum.

Et convescens praecepit eis,
ne discederent ab Hierosolymis
sed expectarent promissionem patris
et videntibus illis elevatus est
alleluia.