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Motet composed by the Portuguese humanist Damião de Góis. First published in ''Libro secondo de li motetti a tre voce'' ("Second book of 3-voice motets), Venice 1594.
  
 
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==Original text and translations==
 
==Original text and translations==
  
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:In die tribulationis meae
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:renuit consolari anima mea.
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:Et anticipaverunt vigilias
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:oculi mei prae lachrymis.
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:Turbatus sum et non sum locutus
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:cum corde meo.
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:Haec omnia initia
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:fuerunt dolorum meorum.
  
 
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Editor: Nuno Raimundo (added 2008-03-18).   Score information: A4, 3 pages, 415 kbytes   Copyright: Personal
Edition notes:
  • Transposition: minor 3rd up (from A minor to C minor)
  • Accidentals:
    • By the side of the note: provided in original score
    • Above note: "musica ficta" (not provided in original score)
    • Above note, between parenthesis: disputable "musica ficta"

General Information

Title: In die tribulationis
Composer: Damião de Góis

Number of voices: 3vv Voicing: SAT
Genre: Sacred, Motets
Language: Latin
Instruments:
Published: 1549

Description: Motet composed by the Portuguese humanist Damião de Góis. First published in Libro secondo de li motetti a tre voce ("Second book of 3-voice motets), Venice 1594.

External websites:

Original text and translations

Latin.png Latin text

In die tribulationis meae
renuit consolari anima mea.
Et anticipaverunt vigilias
oculi mei prae lachrymis.
Turbatus sum et non sum locutus
cum corde meo.
Haec omnia initia
fuerunt dolorum meorum.