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Presto C minor Fac me cruce custodiri. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Through my heart, thus sorrow riven, must that cruel sword be driven, as foretold — O Holy One! Amen When my body dies, may my soul be granted the glory of paradise.
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Amen When my body shall die, grant that my spirit will be given glory in paradise. Quis non posset contristari Matrem Christi contemplari dolentum cum filio?
Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. When this earthly frame is riven, grant that to my soul is given all the joys of Paradise! While my body ttecum decays, may my soul Thy goodness praise, safe in Paradise with Thee.
Dvořák: Stabat Mater
Virgin, you of virgin fairest, May the bitter woe Thou bearest, Make on me impression deep. Amen When my body dies, let my soul be given the glory of paradise.
Fac me vere tecum flere crucifixo condolere donec ego vixero Fac me tecum pie flere crucifixo condolere donec ego vixer Let me sincerely weep with you, bemoan the Crucified, for as long as I live Let me, pious one, weep with you, bemoan the Crucified, for as long as I live Make me to share your pious tears to weep Him that is on the cross as long as I live Make me with you lovingly to weep, with the Crucified one to feel the pain, as long as I shall live Make me truly weep with you, and share the suffering of the Crucified, as long as I shall live Make me truly weep with you, grieving with Him who is crucified, so that I may live Grant me indeed to weep with you, to suffer with the Crucified, until I depart this life At Thy feet in adoration, wrapped in earnest contemplation, see, beneath Thy Cross I lie Let me mingle tears with thee, mourning Him Who mourned for me, all the days that I may live.
I desire to stand with you willingly to accompany you in lamentation before the cross There, where all our sins Thou bearest in compassion fullest, rarest, hanging on the bitter Tree By the cross with thee to stay, there with thee to weep and pray, this of thee I ask to give.
Tui nati vulnerati tam dignati pro me pati poenas mecum divide That of your wounded Son, who so deigned to suffer for me, I may share the pain Of your wounded offspring, who deigned to suffer so much for me, share his pains with me Share with me the agony of your wounded Son who deigned to suffer so much for me Your wounded Son who thus consented to suffer for me share his pains with me Of your wounded Son who submits to suffer for my sake, let me share the pains Share with me the pains of your wounded Son who is so gracious to suffer for my sake By Thy glorious Death and Passion, saving me in wondrous fashion, Saviour, turn my heart to Thee Let met share with thee his pain, who for all my sins was slain, who for me in torments died.
How sad veere how afflicted was that blessed Mother of single Son O how sad and afflicted was that blessed Mother of her Only-begotten Son O, that blessed one, grief-laden, blessed Mother, blessed maiden, Mother of the all-holy One Oh how sad and sore distressed was that mother highly blessed, of the sole-begotten One! As several versions of the Stabat Mater exist, these variations in the Latin text are given per line.
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Allegretto D minor Sancta Mater, istud agas. Fac flerw ardeat cor meum in amando Christum Deum ut sibi complaceam Grant that my heart may burn in the love of Christ my Lord, that I may greatly please Him Cause my heart to burn in loving Christ the God, that I may please Him Make my heart burn with love for Christ, my Lord Godthat I may be pleasing to Him Make my heart burn with the love of Christ-God, and find grace in his eyes Make my heart to glow within me for the God who came to win me, burn with love for Christ, my Lord Of his Fad bear the token, in a spirit bowed and broken, bear His death within my heart Make me feel as thou has felt; make my soul to glow and melt with the love of Christ tecuum Lord.
Stabat Mater: Fac Me Vere Tecum Flere
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That of your wounded Son, who so deigned to suffer veee me, I may share the pain Of your wounded offspring, who deigned to suffer so much for me, share his pains with me Share with me the agony of your wounded Son who deigned to suffer so much for me Your wounded Son who thus consented to suffer for me share his pains with me Of your wounded Son who submits to suffer for my sake, let me share the pains Share with me the pains of your wounded Son who is so gracious to suffer for my sake By Thy glorious Death and Passion, saving me in wondrous fashion, Veer, turn my heart to Thee Let met share with thee his pain, who for all my sins was slain, who for me in torments died.
Mine with you be that sad station, There to watch the great salvation, Wrought upon the atoning Tree. Add to Wish List. There’s a problem loading this menu tecu now.
Larghetto sffettuoso E-flat major Quis est homo qui non fleret. Stabat Mater by Wayne Oratorio Society. Who is he that would not weep if he saw the Mother of Christ in such torment? After fqc he managed the site by adding new composers and translations regularly. Thus inspired and affected let me, Virgin, be protected when sounds forth the call for me!
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Blessed Mother, cause the sufferings of the Crucified to be fixed deeply in my heart. Write a customer review. Who is the person who would not weep seeing the Mother of Christ in such agony?
Fac me vere tecum flere. In Thy keeping, watching, weeping, by the cross may I unsleeping live and sorrow for his sake. Purchasable with gift card.