Difference between revisions of "Adam lay ybounden (John Ireland)"

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==Original text and translations==
 
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Adam lay ybounden,
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Bounden in a bond;
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Four thousand winter
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Thought he not too long.
  
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And all was for an apple,
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An apple that he took,
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As clerkès finden
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Written in their book.
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Né had the apple taken been
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The apple taken been,
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Né had never our lady
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Abeen heavené queen.
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Blessèd be the time
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That apple taken was.
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Therefore we moun singen
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Deo Gracias!
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Blessèd be the time
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That apple taken was.
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Therefore we moun singen
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Deo Gracias!
  
 
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Editor: Stuart McIntosh (added 2003-04-02).   Score information: A4, 3 pages, 116 kbytes   Copyright: Personal
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General Information

Title: Adam Lay Ybounden
Composer: John Ireland

Number of voices: 4vv  Voicing: SATB
Genre: Sacred, Carols
Language: English
Instruments: none
Published:

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Original text and translations

Adam lay ybounden, Bounden in a bond; Four thousand winter Thought he not too long.

And all was for an apple, An apple that he took, As clerkès finden Written in their book.

Né had the apple taken been The apple taken been, Né had never our lady Abeen heavené queen.

Blessèd be the time That apple taken was. Therefore we moun singen Deo Gracias!

Blessèd be the time That apple taken was. Therefore we moun singen Deo Gracias!