A likeness of Vivanco on the original cover page of his Liber Magnificarum
A likeness of Vivanco on the original cover page of his Liber Magnificarum

Matthew 17:1-2,5 [Latin]

1 And after six days Jesus taketh unto him Peter and James, and John his brother, and bringeth them up into a high mountain apart:

And he was transfigured before them. And his face did shine as the sun: and his garments became white as snow.

And as he was yet speaking, behold a bright cloud overshadowed them. And lo, a voice out of the cloud, saying: This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased: hear ye him.

Assumpsit Jesus petrum, et Jacobum, et Joannem fratrem eius, et duxit eos in montem excelsum seorsum, et transfiguratus est ante eos. Et ecce vox de nube dicens: Hic est filius meus dilectus, in quo mihi bene complacui, ipsum audite.


Assumpsit Jesus Petrum, from Liber motectorum, Salamanca (1610), composed by Sebastián de Vivanco (c1551-1622)

Sebastián de Vivanco - Assumpsit Iesus Petrum

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The Triumph of the Name of Jesus in the Gesù church in Rome. By Giovanni Battista Gaulli (1639–1709)
The Triumph of the Name of Jesus in the Gesù church in Rome. By Giovanni Battista Gaulli (1639–1709)

Philippians 2:10-11  [Latin]

10 That at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of things in heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth;

11 And that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.

In nomine Jesu omne genu flectatur caelestium, terrestrium et infernorum, et omnis lingua confiteatur, quia Dominus Jesus Christus in gloria est Dei Patris.


In nomine Jesu, from Melodiae sacrae (1603), composed by Pierre Bonhomme (1803-61)

Pierre Bonhomme - In nomine Jesu

Performed by Göteborg Baroque Arts Ensemble

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