See, see the Word is incarnate (Orlando Gibbons)
- Editor: James Gibb (submitted 2009-11-28). Score information: A4, 13 pages, 183 kB Copyright: CPDL
- Edition notes: Transposed up a minor third from original written pitch. Scored for voices, with keyboard accompaniment. Revised files uploaded 2/3/18. MusicXML source file(s) is (are) in compressed .mxl format.
- Editor: John K. Patterson (submitted 2009-03-07). Score information: Letter, 16 pages, 149 kB Copyright: CPDL
- Edition notes: Transposed up a minor third from original written pitch. Includes viol parts, with keyboard reduction MusicXML source file(s) is (are) in compressed .mxl format.
- Editor: Kelvin Smith (submitted 2003-05-07). Score information: Letter, 10 pages, 2.2 MB Copyright: Public Domain
- Edition notes: See under "Choir with Organ". Transposed up a minor third from original written pitch. Scored for voices, with organ accompaniment
Original text and translations
See, see the Word is incarnate; God is made man in the womb of a Virgin.
Shepherds rejoice, wise men adore and angels sing
"Glory be to God on high: peace on earth, good will towards men."
The law is cancelled,
Jews and Gentiles converted by the preaching of glad tidings of salvation.
The blind have sight and cripples have their motion;
diseases cured, the dead are raised, and miracles are wrought.
Let us welcome such a guest with Hosanna.
The Paschal Lamb is offered, Christ Jesus made a sacrifice for sin.
The earth quakes, the sun is darkened, the powers of hell are shaken;
and lo, he is risen up in victory.
See, O see the fresh wounds, the gored blood,
the prick of thorns, the print of nails.
And in the sight of multitudes a glorious ascension.
When now he sits on God's right hand
where all the choir of heaven all jointly sing:
Glory be to the Lamb that sitteth on the throne.
Let us continue our wonted note with Hosanna:
Blessed be He that cometh in the Name of the Lord;
with Alleluia, we triumph in victory,
the serpent's head is bruised, Christ's kingdom exalted,
and heaven laid open to sinners ["believers" in some lower parts!].