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Charles L. Hutchins wrote that the song could be traced back to a Protestant service book printed and was described even then as "a very ancient song for Christmas-eve. The original melody employed, as a Cantus firmus, in the following composition, is to be found in an old German book published in the year -- which, from its title and contents, appears to have contained the ritual of the Protestant Congregations of Zweibrueken and Neuberg.
Even there it is called "a very ancient song uraltes Lied for Christmas-eve;" so that there can be no doubt that it is one of those old Roman Catholic melodies that Luther, on account of their beauty, retained in the Protestant Service. It was formerly sung in the processions that took place on Christmas-eve, and is so still in those remote parts of Germany where people yet retain old customs.
The words are rather remarkable, being written half in Latin and half in the upper German dialect. I have translated them to fit the music, and endeavoured to preserve, as much as I could, the simplicity of the original.
Of the melody there can be but one opinion; namely, that which in spite of religious animosity, secured it the approbation of the Protestant reformers, and that of the German people during many centuries. The music in the following passages was written for the Choral Society at Carlsruhe, and was performed there in the Autumn of The version which Hutchins reprinted was in the form of an anthem and was performed at Christmas services as Westminster Abbey.
It was originally arranged in in Georg Rhau's Newe deudsche geisliche Gesange. In it was arranged by Bartholomaeus Gesias. Subsequently Johann Sebastian Bach made his own arrangement of the melody in his Choral Preludes for the organ. Helmore adapted the carol melodies and Neale either paraphrased the carol lyrics into English or wrote entirely new lines.
Both the music and words were published in a dozen Carols for Christmas-tide in and another dozen Carols for Easter-tide in As William Studwell observed, by using the same spirited melody that was affixed to the earlier carol, Neale was assured In Dulci Jubilo his "new" song of joy would be successful.
The only drawback was an apparent misreading of the original tune by his collaborator, Thomas Helmore. Inadvertently, an additional two-note phrase was inserted in the middle of the verse "News, News". Many modern re-printings In Dulci Jubilo this carol omit that erroneous phrase, returning the flow of the music to its original state. The Pearsall translation is said to exactly follow the meter of the original tune. The carol, in one form or another, gained early popularity.
That popularity has endured for nearly years. It's the rare contemporary collection of Christmas carols that doesn't contain a carol based on this ancient jewel. Translations of In Dulci Jubilo include:. Let us our homage show This is said to be among the most popular translations.
This page includes the sheet music from Hutchins, Carol They include musical settings arranged by Michael Praetorius, J. Bach, and Sir John Stainer. Let Jubil-Trumpets Blow. Walsh, et al. Alington, ; opens in a new window at The Hymnuts. This is one of a number of carols found in the collection, Piae Cantiones.
Theodoric Petri, ed. Sheet Music and Notes from Rev, In Dulci Jubilo. George R. Woodward, ed. Woodward's notes to VI. In Dulci Jubilo. In dulci iubilo singet und sit vro. O Jhesu paruule noch dir ist mir so we: troste mir myn gemute O puce optime, durch aller iuncfrawen gute princeps glorie, trahe me post te.
Ubi sunt gaudia? Mater et lilia ist iuncfraw Maria Wir woren gar vertorben per nostra crimina Nu het fy uns erworben celorum gaudia O quanta gracia. Another manuscript of the fifteenth century at Breslau varies the fourth stanza thus:.
Kehrein reads. Luther altered this stanza, first in Babst's GesangbuchI, No. The number of Catholick, Lutheran and Bohemian hymnbooks in which In dulci iubilo occurs, in one of its older forms, or set to the more modern words, In einem suszen Ton, Lob Gott, du Christenheit, and Mit einem sussen Schallis too great to be counted.
For a long time the composition of In dulci iubiloas well as of Peur natus in Bethlehemwas attributed to Peter Faulfisch, a native of Dresden, living at In Dulci Jubilo, a friend of Johann Hus, circa But it is certainly of earlier date.
It may be safely considered the work of Heinrich Suso, the mystic, the friend John Tauler, of the family of the Counts of Mons, a Dominican Monk, who was born c. A passage occurring in a manuscript of the fourteenth century, quoted by Diepenbrock, p. Like St. Dunifan and his Missa Rex splendens, we may well believe, that Beatus Suso learnt his In dulci iubilo not of man, but of an angel from heaven.
There is a striking similarity between stanza iv of In dulci iubiloand the following beautiful extract from Suso's writings see Diepenbrock, p. Niemand klage mehr das Paradies; wir haben ein Paradies verloren, und haben zween Paradiese gewonnen. Oder ist sie nicht ein Paradies, in der da wuchs die Frucht des lebenden Baumes, in der alle Wollufi und Freude mit einander beschlossen war?
Like that of Resonet in laudibusthe melody, now treated frankly as Ionian, was probably originally in the Mixo-Lydian Mode.
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