O dulcissima dilecta mea (Stefano Bernardi)

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General Information

Title: O dulcissima dilecta mea
Composer: Stefano Bernardi

Number of voices: 1v   Voicing: Soprano solo
Genre: SacredMotet

Language: Latin
Instruments: Basso continuo

First published: 1624 Seconda raccolta di sacri canti
ed. Lorenzo Calvi

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Original text and translations

Latin.png Latin text

O dulcissima dilecta mea,
quid moraris, cur cunctaris surge,
propera amica mea.

Formosa mea, immaculata mea,
veni, vita, veni, spes animae meae,
speciosum faciem tuam videre
et vocem tuam suavem audire desidero.

Veni, flos paradisi, super lilium convalium.
Surge ergo et noli tardare
tui enim amore ardeo.
Alleluia.

German.png German translation

O meine süßeste Geliebte,
was hältst du dich auf, warum zögerst du, steh auf,
eile, meine Freundin.

Meine Wohlgestalte, meine Makellose,
komm, eile, komm, Hoffnung meiner Seele,
Mich sehnt es, dein anmutiges Antlitz zu sehen
und deine süße Stimme zu hören.
Steh also auf und weile nicht,
denn ich brenne in Liebe zu dir.
Halleluja.