Eya recolamus (Anonymous)

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  • CPDL #26035:      (XML)
Editor: Renato Calcaterra (submitted 2012-04-26).   Score information: A4, 2 pages, 94 kB   Copyright: CPDL
Edition notes: The source (MusicXML) file is zipped.

General Information

Title: Eya recolamus
Composer: Anonymous

Number of voices: 3vv   Voicing: SAA
Genre: SacredSequence hymn for the 2nd Mass of Christmas

Language: Latin
Instruments: A cappella

Published: post 1445 in the Trent codices 93

Description: “In Nativitate Domini in aurora sequentia” transcribed from the Trent manuscript tr93. The time signature and the notes' values are as in the manuscript. The traditional melody (Graduale Pataviense c. 195r) is paraphrased at the Superius. The missing 3rd verse of the Contra has been derived from the Superius using the “faulxbourdon” technique. The notes' values within the "ligaturæ" are as follows: the left upstemmed notes are semibreves - the unstemmed note is a brevis - the right downstemmed note is a longa. The "musica ficta" suggestions are in the MIDI and MusicXML files.

External websites: http://www1.trentinocultura.net/portal/server.pt?open=514&objID=22652&mode=2

Original text and translations

Latin.png Latin text

Eya recolamus laudibus piis digna.
Huius diei carmina in qua nobis lux oritur gratissima.

(Noctis interit nebula pereunt nostri criminis umbracula.)

Hodie saeculo maris stella (est) enixa novae salutis gaudia

(Quem tremunt baratra mors cruenta pavet ipsa a quo peribit mortua.)

Gemit capta pestis antiqua coluber lividus perdit spolia.

(Homo lapsus ovis abducta revocatur ad superna gaudia.)

Gaudent (in) hac die agmina angelorum celestia.

(Quia erat dragma decima perdita et est inuenta.)

O culpa nimium beata qua redempta est natura.

(Deus qui creavit omnia nascitur ex femina.)

Mirabilis natura mirifice induta assumens quod non erat manens quod erat.

(Induitur natura divinitas humana quis audivit talia die rogo facta.
Querere venerat pastor pius quod perierat.
Induit galeam certat ut miles armatura.
Sublatus in sua propria ruit hostis spicula auferuntur tela
In quibus fidebat divisa sunt illius spolia capta preda sua.
Christi pugna fortissima salus vera est nostra.
Qui nos suam ad patriam duxit post victoriam.
In qua laus sibi est eterna.)