O quam tu pulchra es (Alessandro Grandi)

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  • (Posted 2017-01-05)   CPDL #42525:        (Finale 2012)
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General Information

Title: O quam tu pulchra es (solo) (another setting is for 3 vv.)
Composer: Alessandro Grandi

Number of voices: 1v   Voicing: Solo high
Genre: SacredMotet

Language: Latin
Instruments: Basso continuo

Published: 1625

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Original text and translations

Latin.png Latin text

O quam tu pulchra es,
Amica mea, columba mea,
Formosa mea
Oculi tui columbarum
Capilli tui sicut greges caprarum
Et dentes tui sicut greges tonsarum.
Veni de Libano, veni coronaberis.
Surge propera, surge sponsa mea,
Surge dilecta mea, immaculata mea,
Surge, veni, quia amore langueo.
 

English.png English translation

O how beautiful you are,
My girlfriend, my dove,
My beautiful one,
Your eyes are those of doves
Your hair is like flocks of goats,
Your teeth are like rows of oars.
Come from Lebanon, come and you will be crowned.
Arise quickly, arise my bride
Arise my precious, my spotless one,
Arise, come, because I languish in love.