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==Original text and translations==
 
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Part of a larger work, ''Membra Jesu Nostri'', that is divided into seven cantos, headed respectively: ''"Ad Pedes", "Ad Genua", "Ad Manus", "Ad Latus", "Ad Pectus", "Ad Cor", "Ad Faciem"'' (To the Feet, Knees, Hands, Side, Breast, Heart, Face).
Part of a larger work, Membra Jesu Nostri, that is divided into seven cantos, headed respectively: "Ad Pedes", "Ad Genua", "Ad Manus", "Ad Latus", "Ad Pectus", "Ad Cor", "Ad Faciem" (To the Feet, Knees, Hands, Side, Breast, Heart, Face).<br>
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Internet Articles found in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Membra_Jesu_Nostri Wikipedia] and [http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/13408a.htm Catholic Encyclopedia] give background information regarding these pieces.
Internet Articles found in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Membra_Jesu_Nostri Wikipedia] and [http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/13408a.htm Catholic Encyclopedia] give background information regarding these pieces.<br>
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''Ad pedes'' based on Nahum 2.1 (1:15)
Ad pedes based on Nahum 2.1 (1:15)
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{{Text|Latin|
{{Text|Latin}}
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1 '''Sonata''' (instrumental introduction: two violins, viola da gamba, and [basso] continuo)  
 
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2 '''Concerto''' (SSATB)  
1 '''Sonata''' (instrumental introduction: two violins, viola da gamba, and [basso] continuo) <br>
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Ecce super montes  
2 '''Concerto''' (SSATB) <br>
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pedes evangelizantis  
Ecce super montes <br>
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et annunciantis pacem  
pedes evangelizantis <br>
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3 '''Aria''' (SSATB)  
et annunciantis pacem <br>
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Salve mundi salutare,  
3 '''Aria''' (SSATB) <br>
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salve Jesu care!  
Salve mundi salutare, <br>
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Cruci tuae me aptare  
salve Jesu care! <br>
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vellem vere, tu scis quare,  
Cruci tuae me aptare <br>
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da mihi tui copiam  
vellem vere, tu scis quare, <br>
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4 '''Aria''' (S)  
da mihi tui copiam <br>
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Clavos pedum, plagas duras,  
4 '''Aria''' (S) <br>
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et tam graves impressuras  
Clavos pedum, plagas duras, <br>
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circumplector cum affectu,  
et tam graves impressuras <br>
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tuo pavens in aspectu,  
circumplector cum affectu, <br>
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tuorum memor vulnerum  
tuo pavens in aspectu, <br>
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5 '''Aria''' (B)  
tuorum memor vulnerum <br>
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Dulcis Jesu, pie deus,  
5 '''Aria''' (B) <br>
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Ad te clamo licet reus,  
Dulcis Jesu, pie deus, <br>
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praebe mihi te benignum,  
Ad te clamo licet reus, <br>
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ne repellas me indignum  
praebe mihi te benignum, <br>
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de tuis sanctis pedibus  
ne repellas me indignum <br>
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6 '''Concerto''' (SSATB)  
de tuis sanctis pedibus <br>
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Ecce super montes  
6 '''Concerto''' (SSATB) <br>
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pedes evangelizantis  
Ecce super montes <br>
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et annunciantis pacem}}
pedes evangelizantis <br>
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{{mdl}}
et annunciantis pacem<br>
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{{Translation|English|
 
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'''To his feet'''
 
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1. Instrumental
{{Translation|English}}
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2. Behold upon the mountains the
 
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feet of one who brings good tidings,  
'''To his feet'''<br>
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who speaks of peace.
1. Instrumental<br>
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3. I greet you, salvation of the world,
2. Behold upon the mountains the<br>
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I greet you, dear Jesu--
feet of one who brings good tidings, <br>
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I would take up your cross
who speaks of peace.<br>
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Truly, you know why,
3. I greet you, salvation of the world,<br>
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Give me your wholeness.
I greet you, dear Jesu--<br>
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4. The nails in your feet, the hard blows
I would take up your cross<br>
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and so grievous marks
Truly, you know why,<br>
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I embrace with love,
Give me your wholeness.<br>
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Fearful at the sight of you,
4. The nails in your feet, the hard blows<br>
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Mindful of your wounds.
and so grievous marks<br>
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5. Sweet Jesu, merciful God,
I embrace with love,<br>
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I call to you, out of my debts
Fearful at the sight of you,<br>
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Show me your grace,
Mindful of your wounds.<br>
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Turn me not unworthy away
5. Sweet Jesu, merciful God,<br>
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From your sacred feet.
I call to you, out of my debts<br>
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6. Behold upon the mountains the
Show me your grace,<br>
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feet of one who brings good tidings,
Turn me not unworthy away<br>
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who speaks of peace.}}
From your sacred feet.<br>
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{{btm}}
6. Behold upon the mountains the<br>
 
feet of one who brings good tidings,<br>
 
who speaks of peace.<br>
 
 
 
 
[[Category:Sheet music]]
 
[[Category:Sheet music]]
 
[[Category:Baroque music]]
 
[[Category:Baroque music]]

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Edition notes: Scorch file also available, #1 of 7 sections from 'Membra Jesu nostri'

General Information

Title: Ad pedes: Ecce super montes
Composer: Dietrich Buxtehude

Number of voices: 5vv   Voicing: SSATB
Genre: SacredMotet

Language: Latin
Instruments: String ensemble

2 vln, 2 vla, cello + Basso continuo (cembalo)

Published:

Description:

External websites:

Original text and translations

Part of a larger work, Membra Jesu Nostri, that is divided into seven cantos, headed respectively: "Ad Pedes", "Ad Genua", "Ad Manus", "Ad Latus", "Ad Pectus", "Ad Cor", "Ad Faciem" (To the Feet, Knees, Hands, Side, Breast, Heart, Face). Internet Articles found in Wikipedia and Catholic Encyclopedia give background information regarding these pieces. Ad pedes based on Nahum 2.1 (1:15)

Latin.png Latin text

1 Sonata (instrumental introduction: two violins, viola da gamba, and [basso] continuo)
2 Concerto (SSATB)
Ecce super montes
pedes evangelizantis
et annunciantis pacem
3 Aria (SSATB)
Salve mundi salutare,
salve Jesu care!
Cruci tuae me aptare
vellem vere, tu scis quare,
da mihi tui copiam
4 Aria (S)
Clavos pedum, plagas duras,
et tam graves impressuras
circumplector cum affectu,
tuo pavens in aspectu,
tuorum memor vulnerum
5 Aria (B)
Dulcis Jesu, pie deus,
Ad te clamo licet reus,
praebe mihi te benignum,
ne repellas me indignum
de tuis sanctis pedibus
6 Concerto (SSATB)
Ecce super montes
pedes evangelizantis
et annunciantis pacem

English.png English translation

To his feet
1. Instrumental
2. Behold upon the mountains the
feet of one who brings good tidings,
who speaks of peace.
3. I greet you, salvation of the world,
I greet you, dear Jesu--
I would take up your cross
Truly, you know why,
Give me your wholeness.
4. The nails in your feet, the hard blows
and so grievous marks
I embrace with love,
Fearful at the sight of you,
Mindful of your wounds.
5. Sweet Jesu, merciful God,
I call to you, out of my debts
Show me your grace,
Turn me not unworthy away
From your sacred feet.
6. Behold upon the mountains the
feet of one who brings good tidings,
who speaks of peace.