Format Audio Recordings
Contributors Romero, Alfredo
Vocal
Dates 1940
Language Castilian
English
Spanish
Subjects Alabado (Hymn)
Arroyo Hondo, New Mexico
Ethnography
Instrumentation: Unaccompanied Vocal
Music
Unaccompanied Vocal
Title
Dios te salve, Dolorosa (God Save Thee, Sorrowful Virgin) [Audio]
Contributor Names
Romero, Alfredo; vocal (performer)
Created / Published
None, 1940-08-11.
Subject Headings
-  instrumentation: Unaccompanied Vocal
-  Alabado (hymn)
Notes
-  Recording log notes: Mr. Romero, age 50, was a resident of Arroyo Hondo, New Mexico.
-  Alabado Category: Farewell to the Virgin
-  Collector's notes: This alabado, an invocation as well as a hymn of farewell to the Virgin, is sung at vigils and wakes, usually after the rosary is recited.
-  Transcription: ¡Dios te salve, Dolorosa,/Madre de nuestro consuelo!/Tú nos defiendas, Señora,/de las penas del infierno./Por aquel puñal sangriento/que tienes atravesado,/no permitas, gran Señora,/que mi alma muera en pecado./No tienen los pecadores/otra abogada con Dios,/por eso digamos todos:/-Ruega, Señora, por nos./¡Salve, Dolorosa Madre,/con suspiros y candores,/en la hora de nuestra muerte,/ruega por los pecadores!
-  Transcription: English Translation
-  Transcription: God save thee, Sorrowful Virgin,/Mother of our consolation!/You defend us, Lady,/from the pains of the inferno./By that bloody dagger/you have piercing you,/do not permit, great Lady,/that my soul die in sin./The sinners do not have/another advocate with God,/that is why we all should say:/-Pray, Lady, for us./God save thee, Sorrowful Virgin,/with sighs and innocence,/in the hour of our death,/pray for the sinners!
-  In Spanish. (language)
-  Also included in The Juan B. Rael Collection. (exhibitions)
Form
sound recording
sound disc
Extent
1 sound disc : analog ; 12 in.
Other Formats
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