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==Original text and translations==
 
==Original text and translations==
  
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Refrain:
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Parce, Domine, parce populo tuo:
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ne in aeternum irascaris nobis.
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1. Flectamus iram vindicem,
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Ploremus ante Judicem;
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Clamemus ore supplici,
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Dicamus omnes cernui:
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2. Nostris malis offendimus
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Tuam Deus clementiam
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Effunde nobis desuper
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Remissor indulgentiam.
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3. Dans tempus acceptabile,
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Da lacrimarum rivulis
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Lavare cordis victimam,
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Quam laeta adurat caritas.
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4. Audi, benigne Conditor,
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Nostras preces cum fletibus
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In hoc sacro jejunio,
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Fusas quadragenario.
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REFRAIN:  Spare, Lord, spare your people:
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Be not angry with us forever
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1. Let us appease His wrath,
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Beg for mercy from our Judge;
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Cry to Him in supplication,
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Let us all prostrate and say:
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2. By our sins we have offended
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against your mercy, O God
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Pour forth from above
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O pardoning One, your forgiveness
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3. Having given us this acceptable time,
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grant that in the water of our tears
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we may purify our heart and that it may become
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a joyful sacrifice offered out of love.
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4. O Merciful Creator, hear
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our prayers with our weeping
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in this holy time of
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forty day fasting.
  
 
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Editor: Richard E Barber (added 2008-02-21).   Score information: Letter, 4 pages, 909 kbytes   Copyright: CPDL
Edition notes: Copyright is released to CPDL by arranger.

Gregorian chant font used is Caeciliae 0.9 Antiphon + 4 Hymn verses, Latin and English lyrics.

General Information

Title: Parce Domine
Composer: Anonymous

Number of voices: 2vv Voicing: 2 equal voices (lead and harmony)
Genre: Sacred, Hymn

Language: Latin
Instruments: Piano
Published: 2008

Description: Antiphon "Parce Domine" is a Gregorian Chant of Joel 2:17. The hymn verses are attributed to St Ambrose, from the Brevarium Romanum. Suitable for liturgical use during Lent, especially penance services and divine offices.

External websites: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parce_Domine

Original text and translations

Refrain: Parce, Domine, parce populo tuo: ne in aeternum irascaris nobis.

1. Flectamus iram vindicem, Ploremus ante Judicem; Clamemus ore supplici, Dicamus omnes cernui:

2. Nostris malis offendimus Tuam Deus clementiam Effunde nobis desuper Remissor indulgentiam.

3. Dans tempus acceptabile, Da lacrimarum rivulis Lavare cordis victimam, Quam laeta adurat caritas.

4. Audi, benigne Conditor, Nostras preces cum fletibus In hoc sacro jejunio, Fusas quadragenario.


REFRAIN: Spare, Lord, spare your people: Be not angry with us forever

1. Let us appease His wrath, Beg for mercy from our Judge; Cry to Him in supplication, Let us all prostrate and say:

2. By our sins we have offended against your mercy, O God Pour forth from above O pardoning One, your forgiveness

3. Having given us this acceptable time, grant that in the water of our tears we may purify our heart and that it may become a joyful sacrifice offered out of love.

4. O Merciful Creator, hear our prayers with our weeping in this holy time of forty day fasting.