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Stabat Mater Translation

Stabat Mater – Joseph Rheinberger
Stabat Mater dolorosa iuxta crucem lacrimosa dum pendebat Filius The grieving Mother stood weeping beside the cross where her Son was hanging
Cuius animam gementem contristatam et dolentem pertransivit gladius Through her weeping soul, compassionate and grieving, a sword passed.
O quam tristis et afflicta fuit illa benedicta Mater Unigeniti O how sad and afflicted was that blessed Mother of her Only-begotten Son
Quae moerebat et dolebat Pia Mater dum videbat nati poenas incliti Who mourned and grieved, the pius Mother, as she looked at the torment of her glorious Son.

Quis est homo qui non fleret matrem Christi si videret in tanto supplicio? Who is the man who would not weep if he saw the Mother of Christ in such distress?
Quis non posset contristari Christi matrem contemplari dolentem cum filio? Who could not feel compassion, contemplating Christ’s mother grieving with her son?
Pro peccatis suae gentis vidit Jesum in tormentis et flagellis subitum For the sins o…

Last Night of the Proms


Practice at Home

Concert in St Margaret's Church           Tuesday 4 April, 7.30pmPlaylist: Individual Items:Kyrie from Schubert's Mass in G: Gloria from Puccini's Messa de Gloria: Credo from DuBois' Messe de la Délivrance: Agnus Dei From Fauré's Requiem: Jesu grant me this I pray by Gibbons: Stabat Mater by Rheinberger: Ye Choirs of New Jerusalem by Stanford: