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Singers one day went in to the fields,
 
Singers one day went in to the fields,
 
   And came upon the patron of the village who said:
 
   And came upon the patron of the village who said:
 
   Never have we heard such sweet singing.
 
   Never have we heard such sweet singing.
   Go to the mass and sing ferrently,
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   Go to the mass and sing fervently,
 
   Kyrie, Kyrie in musical language.
 
   Kyrie, Kyrie in musical language.
 
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   The priest saying mass
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   I need to say Glory to Thee Oh King
 
   I need to say Glory to Thee Oh King
 
   Smiling broadly and joyfully,
 
   Smiling broadly and joyfully,
   praising Thee, Gentel Lord.}}
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  • (Posted 2022-06-21)  CPDL #69769:       
Editor: Andreas Stenberg (submitted 2022-06-21).   Score information: A4, 6 pages, 128 kB   Copyright: CPDL
Edition notes: A semi-diplomatic edition.

General Information

Title: Chantres un iour
Composer: Didier Lupi second
Lyricist:
Number of voices: 4vv   Voicing: SATB
Genre: SecularChanson

Language: French
Instruments: A cappella

First published: 1548
Description: The first song from Tiers Livre contenant trent et cinq Chansons...printed by G. & M. Beringen 1548.

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Original text and translations

French.png French text

Chantres un iour se mettent sur les champs,
  Et arriuez au patron du village,
  Ou lon n'hauoit oncq ouy leur doulx chant,
  Vont à la messe ou de chanter font rage
  Kyrie, Kyrie en musical langage.
  Le prestre lors qui la messe disoit,
  Fut estonné, et vrayement pensoit,
  Qu'il fut besoign ainsi Gloria di re,
  Dont gringotant, haultement le poulsoit.
  Oncq on ne veit, un si gentil messire.

English.png English translation

 (Approximate translation)
Singers one day went in to the fields,
  And came upon the patron of the village who said:
  Never have we heard such sweet singing.
  Go to the mass and sing fervently,
  Kyrie, Kyrie in musical language.
  The priest saying mass
  Was surprised, and thought,
  I need to say Glory to Thee Oh King
  Smiling broadly and joyfully,
  praising Thee, Gentle Lord.