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Dulces exuviae. Adrian Willaert. A cappella. Secular , Ode. Language. Latin. SATB.

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Dulces exuviae. Adrian Willaert. A cappella. Seculiere, Ode. Taal. Latin. SATB.

Oorspronkelijk

The text is a verbatim excerpt from the Aeneid, the epic poem by. Virgil. Book IV, lines 651-658. Queen Dido, driven from her native. city by her evil brother, the murderer of her husband, has founded. the city of Carthage. The Trojan Aeneas, himself a refugee after the. fall of his city, is shipwrecked off Carthage as he strives to. fulfill his destiny, which is to found a city which will ultimately. lead to the founding of Rome. Dido welcomes Aeneas hospitably. They. then fall in love, and she considers herself to be married to him. When Aenaes, believing he is forced by the will of the gods,. reluctantly abandons Dido, she prepares to commit suicide. She sees. the bed she has shared with Aeneas, and some of his garments. She. falls on the bed, kisses it, and then stabs herself there. The. following are among Dido's last words. --Paul Pascal, Professor Emeritus of Classics, University of Washington.

Vertaling

The text is a verbatim excerpt from the Aeneid, the epic poem by. Virgil. Book IV, lines 651-658. Queen Dido, driven from her native. city by her evil brother, the murderer of her husband, has founded. the city of Carthage. The Trojan Aeneas, himself a refugee after the. fall of his city, is shipwrecked off Carthage as he strives to. fulfill his destiny, which is to found a city which will ultimately. lead to the founding of Rome. Dido welcomes Aeneas hospitably. They. then fall in love, and she considers herself to be married to him. When Aenaes, believing he is forced by the will of the gods,. reluctantly abandons Dido, she prepares to commit suicide. She sees. the bed she has shared with Aeneas, and some of his garments. She. falls on the bed, kisses it, and then stabs herself there. De. following are among Dido's last words. --Paul Pascal, Professor Emeritus of Classics, University of Washington.