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<b>Title:</b> <i>Jerusalem, surge</i><br>
 
<b>Title:</b> <i>Jerusalem, surge</i><br>
 
<b>Composer:</b> [[Carlo Gesualdo]]<br>
 
<b>Composer:</b> [[Carlo Gesualdo]]<br>
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<b>Number of voices:</b> 6vv&nbsp;&nbsp;<b>Voicing:</b> SSATTB<br>
 
<b>Number of voices:</b> 6vv&nbsp;&nbsp;<b>Voicing:</b> SSATTB<br>
'''Genre:''' [[:Category:Sacred music|Sacred]], [[:Category:Motets|Motets]] <br>
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'''Genre:''' [[:Category:Sacred music|Sacred]], [[:Category:Motets|Motet]] <br>
<b>Language:</b> [[Latin]]<br>
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{{Language|Latin}} {{a cappella}}
<b>Instruments: </b>none, a cappella<br>
 
 
<b>Published: </b> Gesualdo, 1611<br>
 
<b>Published: </b> Gesualdo, 1611<br>
  

Revision as of 10:21, 8 February 2008

General Information

Title: Jerusalem, surge
Composer: Carlo Gesualdo

Number of voices: 6vv  Voicing: SSATTB
Genre: Sacred, Motet

Language: Latin
Instruments: a cappella
Published: Gesualdo, 1611

Description: Response no. 2 of the Tenebrae Responsories for Holy Saturday

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Original text and translations

Latin.png Latin text

Jerusalem, surge, et exue te vestibus jucunditatis,
induere te cinere et cilicio
quia in te occisus est Salvator Israel.

Versus: Deduc quasi torrentem lacrimas per diem et noctem,
et non taceat pupilla oculi tui.

[Quia in te]