Jerusalem luge (Jean Richafort)

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  • (Posted 2020-01-25)  CPDL #56777:     
Editor: Mick Swithinbank (submitted 2020-01-25).   Score information: A4, 11 pages, 105 kB   Copyright: CPDL
Edition notes: Source: Gardane 1539. Original pitch and note values. The second line requires low altos or high tenors, while the fourth is really for baritones.

General Information

Title: Jerusalem luge
Composer: Jean Richafort

Number of voices: 5vv   Voicing: AATBB
Genre: SacredMotetTenebrae responsory for Holy Saturday

Language: Latin
Instruments: A cappella

First published: 1532 in Secundus liber cum quinque vocibus (Jacques Moderne), no. 22
    2nd published: 1534 in Motettorum, Book 8 (Pierre Attaingnant), no. 13
    Manuscript 1536 in Cappella Giulia MS XII.4, no. 26
    3rd published: 1539 in Fior de mottetti secundus liber cum quinque vocibus (Antonio Gardano), no. 8
    4th published: 1540 in Selectissimarum mutetarum (Georg Forster), no. 1.1
    Manuscript 1541 in D-ERu 473-1, no. 18, p. 159v
    5th published: 1553 in Liber primus collectorum modulorum (Du Chemin & Goudimel), no. 8
    6th published: 1559 in Novum et insigne opus musicum (Berg and Neuber), Volume 2, no. 27
    Manuscript 1592-1685 (copied 1592) in Löbau partbooks, no. 1
Description: Moderne, Gardane, and Forster attributed the motet to Richafort, but apparently several other possible composers have been suggested: Lupus (Attaingnant & Cappella Giulia XII.4), Caen (Berg & Neuber) or Verdelot.

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Original text and translations

Latin.png Latin text

Hierusalem luge
et exue te vestiibus
induere cinere et cilicio
quia in te occisus est salvator Israel.

Deduc quasi torrentem lachrimas per diem et noctem
et non taceat pupilla oculis tui
quia in te occisus est salvator Israel.