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Gombert: Musae Iovis

Data Fri 31 July 2009 6:00 | Categoria: briciole musicali




Nicolas Gombert (1495-1560) : Musae Iovis (1545)

Musae, Iovis ter maximi proles canora, plangite, comas cypressus
comprimat. Iosquinus ille occidit. Templorum decus et vestrum decus.
Saevera mors et improba, quae templa dulcibus sonis privat et aulas
principum, malum tibi, quod imprecer, tollenti bonos, parcenti malis.
Apollo sed necem tibi minatur heus mors pessima musas hortatur
addere et laurum comis et aurum comis Iosquinus (inquit) optimo et
maximo gratus Iovi triumphat inter caelites et dulce carmen concinit,
templorum decus Musarum decus.

Mourn, O Muses, melodious daughters of thrice almighty Jove. The foliage of
the cypresses has congealed. Josquin has passed away, that ornament of the
temples and your pride. O cruel and unjust death, which deprives the temples
and the princely palaces of sweet sounds; damn you for taking the good and
sparing the evil! But beware, Apollo threatens to destroy you! Evil death
exhorts the Muses to put laurel and gold in their hair, saying: "Josquin, so
dear to Jove Supreme and Almighty now triumphs among heaven-dwellers
and strikes up sweet music, that ornament of the temples and pride of the
Muses".





Nicolas Gombert (1495-1560) :
Regina Coeli : Antifona Mariana a 12 Voci







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