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Lyrics to charging fort wagner

Anthony koll
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Lyrics to charging fort wagner   Saturday, September 24, 2005 (10:33 p.m.) 

It took me a week to find this and I hope it is correct. I have posted this on a response also. enjoy

Recordare.
Judex est ventusurus,
cuncta cuncta stricte discusurus!

Tuba tusi tremor turus quando
judex stricte est venturus
resti quantus tremor turus quando
stricte stricte est venturus respa
judex est venturus
cuncta stricte discusurus sundex

Tuba mirum spargens sonum
per sepulchra regionum
coget.

Liber scriptus proferetur
continentur, unde mundus.
Judex ergo cum sedebit
apparebit, nil in ultum.

Tuba tus sum ego turus quando
judex est venturus coget
respa tura unde, tura unde
rati respa sula judex
respi quantus situ,
turus stricte discusurus!

Spargens ante, libera me, libera me, ante therne
Spargens ante, libera me, libera me, omnesi
Quantus tremor est futurus
quando judex est venturus, turus
quanda stricte est venturus
cuncta stricte discusurus!


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Re: Lyrics to charging fort wagner   Wednesday, October 5, 2005 (10:22 p.m.) 

A WEEK!!! AN F'N WEEK. Geesh I've been looking for these lyrics for well nigh 3 years. Admittedly off and on but I couldn't locate it anywhere. Thank you thank you thank you. I'd only been able to decipher some of the latin after comparing it to the requiem mass. If you can where in the heck did you find it out of pure morbid curiosity for looking for quite awhile for it. Thanks again

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Re: Lyrics to charging fort wagner   Wednesday, October 5, 2005 (10:41 p.m.) 

Sweet I think you have it spot on I'm only detecting a few times where it doesn't seem to fit but the words are so muddled behind the orchestra that I can't tell this from that anyways. Nice to know that I at least got the central chrous word for word though. That only took a week a year ago when I was trying to decipher it again. Ahh that's three Soundtrack songs that I didn't have the lyrics for but do now. Yay for the internet. And geesh looking through some of these posts man I should be on here more often. Yes of course the song follows the same format as O Fortuna. So does Duel of the Fates from Star Wars. All the lyrics are different though O fortuna is an old gregorian text, Charging Fort Wagner is based off of the Requiem Mass, and Duel of the Fates was sanskrit. Anyways I still bow to your superior searching skills let me know where ya found it again if ya get a chance.


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Re: Lyrics to charging fort wagner   Tuesday, November 29, 2005 (4:58 p.m.) 

Wow - where exactly did you find this? Kudos, because a lot of people have been searching for, and arguing over, these lyrics for quite a long time! I went through it along with the music, and the vast majority of it does seem to fit. Now, is there anyone out there who knows Latin and can translate it for us?

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Re: Lyrics to charging fort wagner   Saturday, March 4, 2006 (10:08 a.m.) 

I know its not all translated but it amost all is!
recollection Judex is ventusurus , delay delay to reduce discusurus! War trumpet tusi trembling turus if judex to reduce is breeze rope maker how great trembling turus if to reduce to reduce is breeze respa judex is breeze delay to reduce discusurus sundex War trumpet wonderful scatter sonum very grave region coget. Free to write proferetur continentur , whence clean. Judex on account of when sixteen to become visible nil upon much. War trumpet tus to be I turus if judex is breeze coget respa tura whence tura whence system respa sula judex to turn attention to how great situ , turus to reduce discusurus! Scatter before , free me , free me , before warm springs Scatter before , free me , free me omnesi How great trembling is to be if judex is breeze turus if to reduce is breeze delay to reduce discusurus

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Re: Lyrics to charging fort wagner   Monday, April 10, 2006 (1:45 p.m.) 

(courtesy of Joe Rubi of Prescott, Arizona)

Remember
The Judge will descend from Heaven
All, All will be closely judged (examined)

The trumpet trembles and shakes when
The Judge closely judges!
The remainder will be shaken when
He has descended upon us!

The trumpet will send its wondrous sound
Amongst all the world's sepulchers
To gather all.

The Written Record will be brought forward
In which all deeds of the world are contained.
Therefore when the judge sits [in judgement],
All the appear before Him, none will be exempt.

The trumpet will call me forth When
The Judge descends to gather all.
The remainder, each one,
The remainder, each one,
Judged only when He sits
To examine each and every one!

Scattered [before thee?]; free me, before your Throne
All are scattered, free me, free me, Knowing me [completely]
Great Trembling then will be
When the Judge has come
To examine all before Him!

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Re: Lyrics to charging fort wagner   Friday, November 10, 2006 (11:05 p.m.) 

Thank you for all for answering my questions regarding this song!



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Re: Lyrics to charging fort wagner   Friday, February 16, 2007 (5:59 p.m.) 

Wow, that is awesome. Thanks so much for getting that translation for us.



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Re: Lyrics to charging fort wagner   Tuesday, June 29, 2010 (8:15 p.m.) 
• Now Playing: Charging Fort Wagner  

Just a late comment: they clearly sing "Liber scriptus proferetur / continentur, libera me" and not "continentur, unde mundus". And at the main chorus, I listen once and hear "Libera me" three times; listen twice and hear indeed "Spargens ante, libera me..."; listen thrice and again three "libera me"s, and so on. What you people think? Maybe it has to do with the pronunciation, cause, for example, at "respa tura unde, tura unde", they utter "inde". "Libera me, ante therne" sounds a lot to me like "Libera me, eterne". Count the syllables (it's Latin: you utter every single vowel) and you'll see what I mean. Notwithstanding, a million thanks for these coveted lyrics.



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