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Continuing the story presented throughout the album, the boy decides to join in a war after losing his loved one.
In this song, the boy is conflicted with the choice of going to war or not. He’s wondering if his ultimate decision to go to war is something that his loved one would have wanted, but he realizes it’s too late to turn back.

Continuing the story presented throughout the album, the boy decides to join in a war after losing his loved one.
In this song, the boy is conflicted with the choice of going to war or not. He’s wondering if his ultimate decision to go to war is something that his loved one would have wanted, but he realizes it’s too late to turn back.

The grieving Mother stood weeping beside the cross where her Son was hanging
The Mother stood grieving beside the cross weeping while on it hung her Son
The sorrowful Mother stood full of tears by the Cross while her Son was hanging there
The mother of sorrows stood in tears beside the cross on which her Son was hanging
Weeping stood the Mother of Sorrows next the Cross, the while her Son hung there
The Mother stood sorrowing by the cross weeping while her Son hung there
The sorrowful Mother stood weeping before the cross where hung her Son
At the cross her station keeping, stood the mournful mother weeping, close to Jesus to the last

O how sad and afflicted was that blessed Mother of the Only-begotten!
How sad and how afflicted was that blessed Mother of single Son
O how sad and afflicted was that blessed Mother of her Only-begotten Son
O, that blessed one, grief-laden, blessed Mother, blessed maiden,
Mother of the all-holy One Oh how sad and sore distressed was that mother highly blessed, of the sole-begotten One!

4. Quae moerebat et dolebat et tremebat cum videbat nati poenas incliti
Quae moerebat et dolebat Pia Mater dum videbat nati poenas incliti

Continuing the story presented throughout the album, the boy decides to join in a war after losing his loved one.
In this song, the boy is conflicted with the choice of going to war or not. He’s wondering if his ultimate decision to go to war is something that his loved one would have wanted, but he realizes it’s too late to turn back.

The grieving Mother stood weeping beside the cross where her Son was hanging
The Mother stood grieving beside the cross weeping while on it hung her Son
The sorrowful Mother stood full of tears by the Cross while her Son was hanging there
The mother of sorrows stood in tears beside the cross on which her Son was hanging
Weeping stood the Mother of Sorrows next the Cross, the while her Son hung there
The Mother stood sorrowing by the cross weeping while her Son hung there
The sorrowful Mother stood weeping before the cross where hung her Son
At the cross her station keeping, stood the mournful mother weeping, close to Jesus to the last

O how sad and afflicted was that blessed Mother of the Only-begotten!
How sad and how afflicted was that blessed Mother of single Son
O how sad and afflicted was that blessed Mother of her Only-begotten Son
O, that blessed one, grief-laden, blessed Mother, blessed maiden,
Mother of the all-holy One Oh how sad and sore distressed was that mother highly blessed, of the sole-begotten One!

4. Quae moerebat et dolebat et tremebat cum videbat nati poenas incliti
Quae moerebat et dolebat Pia Mater dum videbat nati poenas incliti

Stabat Mater is a work by Gioachino Rossini based on the traditional structure of the Stabat Mater for chorus and soloists. Initially he used his own librettos and compositions for a portion of the work and, eventually, the remainder by Giovanni Tadolini , who composed six additional movements. Rossini presented the completed work to Varela as his own. It was composed late in his career after retiring from the composition of opera. He began the work in 1831 but did not complete it until 1841.

The Stabat Mater was performed complete for the first time in Paris at the Théâtre-Italien's Salle Ventadour on 7 January 1842, with Giulia Grisi (soprano), Emma Albertazzi (mezzo-soprano), Mario (tenor), and Antonio Tamburini (baritone) as the soloists. [3] [4] The Escudiers reported that:

Rossini's name was shouted out amid the applause. The entire work transported the audience; the triumph was complete. Three numbers had to be repeated...and the audience left the theater moved and seized by an admiration that quickly won all Paris. [2]

Continuing the story presented throughout the album, the boy decides to join in a war after losing his loved one.
In this song, the boy is conflicted with the choice of going to war or not. He’s wondering if his ultimate decision to go to war is something that his loved one would have wanted, but he realizes it’s too late to turn back.

The grieving Mother stood weeping beside the cross where her Son was hanging
The Mother stood grieving beside the cross weeping while on it hung her Son
The sorrowful Mother stood full of tears by the Cross while her Son was hanging there
The mother of sorrows stood in tears beside the cross on which her Son was hanging
Weeping stood the Mother of Sorrows next the Cross, the while her Son hung there
The Mother stood sorrowing by the cross weeping while her Son hung there
The sorrowful Mother stood weeping before the cross where hung her Son
At the cross her station keeping, stood the mournful mother weeping, close to Jesus to the last

O how sad and afflicted was that blessed Mother of the Only-begotten!
How sad and how afflicted was that blessed Mother of single Son
O how sad and afflicted was that blessed Mother of her Only-begotten Son
O, that blessed one, grief-laden, blessed Mother, blessed maiden,
Mother of the all-holy One Oh how sad and sore distressed was that mother highly blessed, of the sole-begotten One!

4. Quae moerebat et dolebat et tremebat cum videbat nati poenas incliti
Quae moerebat et dolebat Pia Mater dum videbat nati poenas incliti

Stabat Mater is a work by Gioachino Rossini based on the traditional structure of the Stabat Mater for chorus and soloists. Initially he used his own librettos and compositions for a portion of the work and, eventually, the remainder by Giovanni Tadolini , who composed six additional movements. Rossini presented the completed work to Varela as his own. It was composed late in his career after retiring from the composition of opera. He began the work in 1831 but did not complete it until 1841.

The Stabat Mater was performed complete for the first time in Paris at the Théâtre-Italien's Salle Ventadour on 7 January 1842, with Giulia Grisi (soprano), Emma Albertazzi (mezzo-soprano), Mario (tenor), and Antonio Tamburini (baritone) as the soloists. [3] [4] The Escudiers reported that:

Rossini's name was shouted out amid the applause. The entire work transported the audience; the triumph was complete. Three numbers had to be repeated...and the audience left the theater moved and seized by an admiration that quickly won all Paris. [2]

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