Si oblitus fuero (Ninot le Petit)

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  • (Posted 2022-02-04)  CPDL #67884:       
Editor: Mats Lillhannus (submitted 2022-02-04).   Score information: A4, 13 pages, 191 kB   Copyright: CPDL
Edition notes: Edition follows Motetti C (1504); original key and note values.

General Information

Title: Si oblitus fuero
Composer: Ninot le Petit
Number of voices: 4vv   Voicing: STTB
Genre: SacredMotet

Language: Latin
Instruments: A cappella

First published: 1504 in Motetti C (Ottaviano Petrucci), no. 13

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Original text and translations

The text for Pars I is from Ps.136 (vulg.); Pars II is a mix of texts from a responsory for 2nd sunday after Easter, Ps. 98:6, Ps.91:2 and 4, and Ps.150:3-6.

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Si oblitus fuero tui, Ierusalem, alleluia,
obliviscatur me dextera tua, alleluia.
Adhereat lingua mea faucibus meis,
si non meminero tui, alleluia.
Super flumina Babilonis,
illic sedimus et flevimus,
dum recordaremur tui, Syon, alleluia.
Hymnum cantate nobis.
Quomodo cantabimus canticum Domini
in terra aliena, alleluia.
Illic interrogaverunt nos
qui captivos duxerunt nos
verba cantionum.
Quomodo cantabimus canticum Domini
in terra aliena, alleluia.

Decantabat populus laudem, alleluia,
et omnis exercitus canebat legitime, alleluia.
Et David cum cantoribus
citharam percutiebat in domo Domini.
Moyses et Aaron in sacerdotibus eius
et Samuel inter eos,
et David cum cantoribus
citharam percutiebat in domo Domini, alleluia.
Bonum est confiteri Domino
et psallere nomini eius
in decacordo psalterio
cum cantico et cithara,
in sono tubæ, in timpano et choro,
in cordis et organo,
in cimbalis bene sonantibus,
in cimbalis iubilationis.
Omnis spiritus laudet Dominum,