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Iste est Joannes (attrib. d’Este)

£2.00£8.00

Downloadable files available:
  • Full vocal score
  • Keyboard reduction
  • Viol part
  • Audio files with pitch and count-in, in equal temperament and quarter-comma meantone

Voice ranges as in thumbnail. More details, perusal score, and audio sample below.

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Description

(Venice: Gardano, 1543; RISM 1543/2)

Transposition: up fourth from original print.

Difficulty: hard

Length: 09:00 mins.

Editors/copyright: Laurie Stras, Deborah Roberts, Sally Dunkley © 2017.

Perusal score: Watermarked. Please click here.

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Text and translation

Matins responsory: St John the Evangelist

Iste est Joannes, qui supra pectus Domini in coena recubuit: beatus Apostolus, cui revelata sunt secreta caelestia.

Fluenta Evangelii de ipso sacro Dominici pectoris fonte potavit: beatus Apostolus, cui revelata sunt secreta caelestia.

This is John, who leaned on the breast of the Lord at the Last Supper: blessed Apostle, to whom the secrets of heaven have been revealed.

He drank the rivers of the gospel from the sacred fount of the Lord’s breast: blessed Apostle, to whom the secrets of heaven have been revealed

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