Alta Trinita beata (Anonymous)

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Title: Alta Trinita beata
Composer: Anonymous

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This work has been misattributed.
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According to a comment left on the talk page, this work was composed by Günther Ramin.


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

Language: Italian
Instruments: A cappella


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Description: Lauda No. 31 from ‘Laudario di Cortona’ (Cortona, Italy, late XIIIth century); setting by an anonymous composer

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Original text and translations

Italian.png Italian text

Alta Trinità beata,
da noi sempre adorata,
Trinità gloriosa
unità maravigliosa,
Tu sei manna saporosa
e tutta desiderosa.
 

German.png German translation

Hohe, heilige Dreifaltigkeit,
von uns immer angebetet,
glorreiche Dreifaltigkeit,
wunderbare Einheit,
du bist das köstliche
und ersehnte Himmelsbrot.
 

English.png English translation

High and blessed Trinity,
By us always adored.
Glorious Trinity,
Marvelous unity,
You are savory manna
and all that we can desire.