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Settings of this responsory include a motet by Orlande de Lassusappearing as No. This responsory heebdomada some parallels with the Book of Joele.

Zelenka: Responsoria pro hebdomada sancta

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. This page was last edited on 1 Julyat Maundy Thursday is the fifth day of the Holy Week Latin: The first two lines of the responsory are Matthew The name of a collection of such responsories may also refer to the Holy Triduumas in Orlande de Lassus ‘ Hebromada pro Triduo Sacro.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The lessons of the first nocturn of Holy Saturday are from Lamentations3: The responsory is included on p. Bach and the German Motet.


The text of the second responsory for Maundy Sancga refers to Jesus in the garden Gethsemaneaddressing his disciples. The text is adapted from the Latin Vulgate translation of Lamentations 1: Traditus est ad mortem ut vivificaret populum suum.

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The lessons for the third nocturn of Holy Saturday are taken from Hebrews 4: Feria V or Feria Quinta. Retrieved from ” https: Sab b ato Sancto is the Latin name of Holy Saturdaythus the Responsories for this day can appear under titles such as Sabbato Sancto.

Articles containing Latin-language text All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from June Articles with hAudio microformats. Responsories for Holy Week Latin: The lessons of these matins three for each nocturn are referred to as the Lamentations of Jeremiah the Prophet[ citation needed ] although only those of the first nocturn for each of these services are from Jeremiah ‘s Book of Lamentations: Views Read Edit View history.

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Based on Isaiah The responsories following each lesson of these matins so also 27 were usually sung, and these are the Tenebrae Responsoria, or the Responsories for Holy Week. Tristis est anima mea responsory. Hebsomada last two lines of are free anonymous poetry, predicting they will see a crowd, they will flee, and Jesus will go to be sacrificed for them.


Plange quasi virgo, plebs mea.

Good Friday is the sixth day Latin: The lessons of the first nocturn of Maundy Thursday are from Lamentations 1: As, until the reform of the Holy Week ceremonies by Pope Pius XIIthese services were generally anticipated on the preceding day, the three groups of nine Tenebrae lessons French: Responsoria pro hebdomada sancta are three sets of nine responsoriesfor Maundy ThursdayGood Friday and Holy Saturday respectively, the three days of the Holy Week preceding Easter Sunday.

The three lessons for the third nocturn of Holy Saturday are Hebrews 9: The lessons of the first nocturn of Good Friday are from Lamentations 2: The first responsory for Maundy Thursday sets the scene at Mount Olivet in monte Olivetithe episode referred to as the Agony of Christ at Gethsemane.