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Inveterata sunt ossa mea,  
 
Inveterata sunt ossa mea,  
 
in dies expectant dolores mortis,  
 
in dies expectant dolores mortis,  
ut rationem reddam villi cationis meae,  
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ut rationem reddam villicationis meae,  
 
ante conspectum Redemptoris,  
 
ante conspectum Redemptoris,  
qui pro nobis passus peccata nostra  
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qui pro nobis passus  
luit in crucis patibulo.  
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peccata nostra luit in crucis patibulo.  
 
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<poem>
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My bones are grown old;
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Day by day they have been awaiting the sorrows of death
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that I may give an account of my stewardship
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before the eyes of the Redeemer,
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who, suffering for us,
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attoned for our sins in the torture of the cross.
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Editor: Claudio Macchi (submitted 2000-10-28).   Score information: Letter, 2 pages, 67 kB   Copyright: CPDL
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General Information

Title: Inveterata sunt
Composer: Orlando di Lasso

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

Language: Latin
Instruments: a cappella
Published:

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Original text and translations

Latin.png Latin text

Inveterata sunt ossa mea,
in dies expectant dolores mortis,
ut rationem reddam villicationis meae,
ante conspectum Redemptoris,
qui pro nobis passus
peccata nostra luit in crucis patibulo.

English.png English text

My bones are grown old;
Day by day they have been awaiting the sorrows of death
that I may give an account of my stewardship
before the eyes of the Redeemer,
who, suffering for us,
attoned for our sins in the torture of the cross.