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Editor: Renato Calcaterra (submitted 2011-04-11).   Score information: A4, 4 pages, 183 kB   Copyright: CPDL
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General Information

Title: Sacerdotem Christi Martinum
Composer: Johannes Roullet
Lyricist: Notker Balbulus (c.840-912)

Number of voices: 3vv   Voicing: STT
Genre: SacredSequence hymn for St. Martin

Language: Latin
Instruments: A cappella

Published: post 1445 in the Trent codices manuscript tr87, compiled after c. 1435

Description: Alternatim setting of even verses

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Original text and translations

Latin.png Latin text

Sacerdotem christi martinum cuncta per orbem canat ecclesia pacis catholicae
Atque illius nomen omnis haereticus fugiat pallidus
Pannonia laetetur genitrix talis filii
Italia exultet alitrix tanti iuvenis
Et galliae trina divisio sacro certent litigio cuius esse debeat praesul
Sed pariter habere se patrem omnes gaudeant turoni soli eius corpus foveat
Huic francorum atque germaniae plebs omnis plaudat
Quibus vivendum invexit dominum in sua veste
Hic celebris est aegypti partibus graeciae quoque cunctis sapientibus
Qui impares se martini meritis sentiunt atque eius medicamine
Nam febre sedat daemonesque fugat paralytica membra glutinat
Et mortuorum sua prece trium reddit corpora vitae pristinae
Hic ritus sacrilegos destruxit et ad christi gloriam dat ignibus ydola
Hic nudis mysteria brachiis conficiens praeditus est caelesti lumine
Hic oculis ac manibus in caelum et totis viribus suspensus terrena cuncta respuit
Eius ori numquam christus abfuit sive iustitia ut quidquid ad veram vitam pertinet
Igitur te cuncti poscimus o martine ut qui multa mira hic ostendisti
(Etiam de caelo gratiam christi nobis supplicatu tuo semper infundas)
 

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