Ecce quomodo moritur justus


R. Ecce quomodo moritur justus, et nemo percipit corde: et viri justi tolluntur, et nemo considerat: a facie iniquitatis sublatus est justus:
* Et erit in pace memoria ejus.
V. Tamquam agnus coram tondente se obmutuit, et non aperuit os suum: de angustia, et de judicio sublatus est.
R. Et erit in pace memoria ejus.
R. Ecce quomodo moritur justus, et nemo percipit corde: et viri justi tolluntur, et nemo considerat: a facie iniquitatis sublatus est justus: * Et erit in pace memoria ejus.
R. Behold how the righteous dieth, and no man taketh it to heart; and the just are taken away, and none considereth. From the midst of sinners is the righteous translated; * And his memory is in peace.
V. As a lamb before his shearers is dumb, so He opened not His mouth; He was taken from prison and from judgment.
R. And his memory is in peace.
R. Behold how the righteous dieth, and no man taketh it to heart; and the just are taken away, and none considereth. From the midst of sinners is the righteous translated; * And his memory is in peace.


Used:

HW Tenebrae sat no 6

Sources

Translation source:  DO

Text: v Is 53:7-8

Chant

Liber Usualis
Liber Hymnarius 499