T157 Qui velatus facie fuisti

Standardised text incipit: 
Qui velatus facie fuisti
Reference sources: 

Full text: MotettiB, no. 3, ff. 7v-8r
Translation: NJE 22.3, rev. Eva Ferro

Full text: 

Qui velatus facie fuisti
Et penurias substinuisti,
Sol iustitiae.
Flexis illusus genibus,
Caesus quoque verberibus

Te petimus attentius:
Esto nobis propitius
Et per tuam clementiam
Perducas nos ad gloriam.

English translation: 

Thou whose countenance was veiled and who didst endure poverty, Sun of righteousness, mocked while you were on your knees and smitten with blows besides.

We beg thee intensely, be favourable unto us, and by thy clemency lead us through to glory.

Motets with this text

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Source Motet incipit Attribution Rubric Cycle / Text
MotettiB
No. 3: 007v-008r
Qui velatus facie fuisti
ID: M157
Josquin
Josquin des Prez
- C42 Qui velatus facie fuisti
T157 Qui velatus facie fuisti