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Adam lay ybounden explained "Adam lay ybounden", originally titled Adam lay i-bowndyn, [1] is a 15th-century macaronic English Christian text of unknown authorship. Originally a song text, no contemporary musical settings survive, although there are many notable modern choral settings of the text, such as that by Boris Ord. Origins The manuscript on which the poem is found Sloane , ff. In medieval theology , Adam was supposed to have remained in bonds with the other patriarchs in the limbus patrum from the time of his death until the crucifixion of Christ the " winters".

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Adam lay ybounden explained "Adam lay ybounden", originally titled Adam lay i-bowndyn, [1] is a 15th-century macaronic English Christian text of unknown authorship. Originally a song text, no contemporary musical settings survive, although there are many notable modern choral settings of the text, such as that by Boris Ord. Origins The manuscript on which the poem is found Sloane , ff.

In medieval theology , Adam was supposed to have remained in bonds with the other patriarchs in the limbus patrum from the time of his death until the crucifixion of Christ the " winters". John Speirs suggests that there is a tone of astonishment, almost incredulity in the phrase "and all was for an apple", noting "an apple, such as a boy might steal from an orchard, seems such a little thing to produce such overwhelming consequences.

Yet so it must be because clerks say so. It is in their book probably meaning the Vulgate itself. The movement of the song reproduces very surely the movements of a human mind. And al was for an appil, an appil that he tok. As clerkes fyndyn wretyn in here book. And all was for an apple , An apple that he took. Ne hadde the appil take ben, the appil taken ben,Ne hadde never our lady a ben hevene quen. Therefore we mown syngyn Deo gratias That apple taken was! Therefore we may singen Deo gratias Settings The text was originally meant to be a song text, although no music survives.

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Adam lay ybounden explained

Are you a beginner who started playing last month? The manuscript on which the poem is found Sloaneff. Tell a friend or remind yourself about this product. If you have any suggestions or comments on the guidelines, please email us.

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Settings Peter Warlock version Vallejo Drive Christmas Concert, December 18, The text was originally meant to be a song text, although no music survives. The story of the fall of humanity, the promise of the Messiah, and the birth of Jesus is told in nine short Bible readings or lessons from Genesis, the prophetic books and the Gospels, interspersed with the singing of Christmas carols, hymns and choir anthems. A manuscript by Wade, dating to , is held by Stonyhurst College in Lancashire. The "Coventry Carol" is an English Christmas carol dating from the 16th century. The carol was traditionally performed in Coventry in England as part of a mystery play called The Pageant of the Shearmen and Tailors.

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