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:In tua memoria, virgo mater nata,
 
:In tua memoria, virgo mater nata,
 
:Simus ut sit gloria perpes nobis data.
 
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:Indulgent to sinners, a hallowed bride,
 
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:Joy of the saints, blessed queen.
 
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Editor: Laurent Vauclin (added 2001-10-31).   Score information: 260 kbytes   Copyright: CPDL
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General Information

Title: In tua memoria
Composer: Arnold de Lantins

Number of voices: 3vv  Voicing: STB
Genre: Sacred, Motets
Language: Latin
Instruments: none, a cappella
Published:

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Original text and translations

Latin.png Latin text

Refrain:

In tua memoria, virgo mater nata,
Simus ut sit gloria perpes nobis data.


Qui ad te confugium quaerimus securum,
Ne quaquam repudium reverentes durum,
Centrum peripheriae, doctrinae norma,
Et nostrae miseriae tu formarum forma.
Gaude plena gratia, virgo fecundata,
Mundi spes et gloria, mater illibata,
Peccatorum venia, sponsa consecrata,
Sanctorum laetitia, regina beata.


English.png English translation

by Mick Swithinbank

Remember us, virgin mother,
That perpetual glory may be given to us.


As we seek a safe refuge with you,
Do not harshly reject us who revere you,
Centre to which the periphery looks, model of doctrine,
Beauty of beauties to us wretches.
Rejoice, for you are full of grace, virgin with child,
Hope and glory of the world, mother undefiled,
Indulgent to sinners, a hallowed bride,
Joy of the saints, blessed queen.