Canite tuba (Jacob Regnart)

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General Information

Title: Canite tuba
Composer: Jacob Regnart

Number of voices: 4vv   Voicing: ATTB
Genre: SacredMotet

Language: Latin
Instruments: A cappella

First published: 1568 in Novi thesauri musici (Pietro Giovannelli), Liber 1, no. 1
Description: A motet for the third Sunday in Advent from Novi Thesauri Musici (book 1), Venice, 1568.

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Original text and translations

C. f. Joel 2:15 & Hebrews 10:37.

Latin.png Latin text

Canite tuba in Sion, vocate gentes
annuntiate populis et dicite:
Ecce Dominus Deus salvator noster veniet.
Qui venturus est veniet et non tardabit.
Iam non erit timor in finibus nostris. Quia ipse est salvator noster.

English.png English translation

Blow the trumpet in Sion, address the nations,
declare to the people and say:
God our Saviour draws nigh.
He who is to come draws nigh and does not tarry.
And there will be no fear at our endings, for he is our saviour.

Original text and translations may be found at Qui venturus est.