Lamentatio Hieremiae Prophete VII. (Bartolomeo Tromboncino)

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  • (Posted 2023-02-15)  CPDL #72658:         
Editor: Andreas Stenberg (submitted 2023-02-15).   Score information: A4, 19 pages, 147 kB   Copyright: CPDL
Edition notes: A semi-diplomatic edition.

General Information

Title: Lamentatio Hieremiae Prophete VII.
Composer: Bartolomeo Tromboncino
Lyricist:
Number of voices: 4vv   Voicing: SATB
Genre: SacredLamentation

Language: Latin
Instruments: A cappella

First published: 1506 in Lamentationum liber secundus (Petrucci), no. 7
Description: The seventh setting of a set with text from the Lamentes of Jeremiah the Prophete by Tromboncino. First published 1506 by Ottavio Petrucci in Lamantationes lib. 2.

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Original text and translations

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  HEE. Factus est Dominus velut inimicus,
  praecipitavit Ierusalem:
  praecipitavit omnia moenia ejus,
  dissipavit munitiones ejus,
  et replevit in filia Juda humiliatum
  et humiliatam. (Laments 2:5)

  VAU. Et dissipavit quasi hortum tentorium suum;
  demolitus est tabernaculum suum.
  Oblivioni tradidit
  Dominus festivitatem et sabbatum;
  et in opprobrium, et in indignationem
  furoris sui, regem et sacerdotem. (Laments 2:6)

  ZAI. Repulit Dominus altare suum;
  maledixit sanctificationi suae:
  tradidit in manu inimici
  muros turrium ejus.
  Vocem dederunt in domo Domini
  sicut in die solemni. (Laments 2:7)

  HETH. Cogitavit Dominus dissipare murum
  filiae Sion;
  tetendit funiculum suum,
  et non avertit manum suam a perditione:
  luxitque antemurale,
  et murus pariter dissipatus est. (Laments 2:8)

  Jerusalem, Jerusalem,
  Convertere ad Dominum deum tuum.