T069 Hac in die

Standardised text incipit: 
Hac in die
Reference sources: 

Full text: I-Mfd 2, ff. 100v-101r
Translation: Eva Ferro

Full text: 

Hac in die laudes piae
Caeli iungant harmoniae
Plausus et tripudia,

Qua conscendit ad divina
Christi sponsa Caterina
Sublimi victoria.

Virgo dolens Christianos
A profanis ut profanos
Subici martirio,

Christum palam confitetur
Neque super hoc veretur
Opponi Maxentio.

 

English translation: 

On this day may the pious harmonies of heaven add applauses and dances to the praises,

because of Catherine, Christ's bride, who ascends to divinity through a proud victory.

The virgin aching for the Christians, suffered martyrdom like the wicked by the pagans, and acknowledged Christ openly and besides didn't fear to stand up to Maxentius.

Motets with this text

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Source Motet incipit Attribution Rubric Cycle / Text
I-Mfd 2
100v-101r
Hac in die
ID: M069
F. G.
Gaffurius, Franchinus
- C20 Hac in die / Missa sanctae Caterinae v. et m.
T069 Hac in die
I-Mfd 3
183v-184r
Hac in die
ID: M069
-
Gaffurius, Franchinus
Pro sancta. Caterina.
T069 Hac in die