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'''Published:''' 1574
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Editor: Ron Andrico (submitted 2015-09-12).   Score information: Letter, 2 pages, 46 kB   Copyright: Personal
Edition notes: Copyright Mignarda Editions by Ron Andrico. May be freely used for liturgical or non-commercial performance.

General Information

Title: Cum vocatus fueris ad nuptia
Composer: Cosimo Bottegari (1554 – 1620)create page

Number of voices: 1v   Voicing: S or T

Genre: SacredMotet

Language: Latin
Instruments: Lute, Keyboard

Published: 1574

Description: Setting for solo voice and lute (keyboard) by Cosimo Bottegari (1554 – 1620) from the manuscript, Il Libro di canto e liuto, f. 19 (c.1574)

External websites: http://editions.mignarda.com/

Original text and translations

Latin.png Latin text

Cum invitiátus fúeris ad ad núptias, non discúmbas in primo loco, ne forte honorátior te sit invitátus ab illo, et véniens is, quis te et illum vacávit, dicat tibi: Da huic locum: et tunc incípias cum rubóre novíssimum locum tenére. Sed cum vocátus fúeris, vade, recúmbe in novíssimo loco: ut, cum vénerit qui te invitávit, dicat tibi: Amice, ascénde supérius. Tunc erit tibi glória coram simul discumbéntibus: quia omnis qui se exáltat, humiliábitur: et qui se humíliat, exaltábitur.

After Luke 14: 1-11

English.png English translation

When thou art invited to a wedding, sit not down in the first place, lest perhaps one more honorable than thou be invited by him and he that invited thee and him, come and say to thee: Give this man place: and then thou begin with shame to take the lowest place. But when thou art invited, go, sit down in the lowest place: that when he who invited thee cometh, he may say to thee: Friend, go up higher. Then shalt thou have glory before them that sit at table with thee: because every one that exalteth himself shall be humbled and he that humbled himself shall be exalted.