L'Homme qui est en ce monde precent (Jacobus Clemens non Papa)

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General Information

Title: L'Homme qui est en ce monde precent
Composer: Jacobus Clemens non Papa

Number of voices: 4vv   Voicing: SATB
Genre: SecularChanson

Language: French
Instruments: A cappella

First published: 1545 in Huitieme livre des chansons a quatre parties (Tielman Susato), no. 4

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Original text and translations

French.png French text

L’homme qui est en ce monde présent
En son vivant voit plusieurs beaux passaiges
Mais il ne voit au moins bien peu souvent
Chantres estre riches et docteurs estre saiges.

English.png English translation

The man of this world who pays attention
Will see many wondrous things with his eyes
But he’ll not see or too few to mention
Singers who are rich and professors wise.

Translation by Thomas Daughton