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Revision as of 02:03, 16 February 2006

This hauntingly simple setting of O bone Jesu has often been attributed to Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina but is now generally recognized to have been the work of Ingegneri.

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Edition list the work as by Ignegneri

Editor: Abel Di Marco (added 2001-03-21).   Score information: kbytes   Copyright: Personal
Edition notes: must download SmartMusicViewer (www.codamusic.com) to see music, for religious purposes only

Editions listing the work as by Palestrina

Editor: Brian Marble (added 2003-12-29).   Score information: Letter, 1 pages, 64 kbytes   Copyright: Personal
Editor: Marco Croci (added 2002-07-16).   Score information: A4, 1 pages, 28 kbytes   Copyright: CPDL
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Editor: Sestino Macaro (added 2001-01-14).   Score information: kbytes   Copyright: Personal
Edition notes: scores are near the bottom of the web page
Editor: Charles Shunk (added 1999-05-07).   Score information: 28 kbytes   Copyright:

General Information

Title: O bone Jesu
Composer: Marco Antonio Ingegneri

Number of voices: 4vv  Voicing: SATB
Genre: Sacred, Motets
Language: Latin
Instruments: none, a cappella
Published:

Description:

External websites:


Original text and translations

Original text:

Latin.png Latin text

O bone Jesu, miserere nobis,
quia tu creasti nos,
tu redemisti nos sanguine
tuo pretiosissimo.


Translation(s):

English.png English translation

O good Jesus, have mercy upon us,
for thou hast created us,
thou hast redeemed us
by thy most precious blood.

Additonal notes

External links:

Translation supplied by The St. Ann Choir, directed by William Mahrt.