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Music and lyrics of the Cé qu'è lainô (modern arpitan: Cél qu’est lé-’n-hôt), the offical anthem of Geneva.


Music of the Cé qu'è lainô (modern arpitan: Cél qu’est lé-’n-hôt); lyrics for the four stanzas usually sung are also included.

Date Original version: around 1603; typeset in January 2007.
Source Typeset by User:Schutz using w:en:Lilypond
Author Unknown
(Reusing this file)

The original lyrics and music are in the public domain due to their age.

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%% Cé qu'è l'ainô
\header {
  title = "Cé qu'è l'ainô"

\paper {
  line-width = 15\cm
  paper-width = 17\cm
  paper-height = 25\cm
  top-margin = 0\cm
  bottom-margin = 0.5\cm
  left-margin = 1\cm
  right-margin = 1\cm

\relative {
  \time 3/4
  \new ChoirStaff <<
    \new Staff <<
      \key g \major 
      \new Voice = main {
	\key g \major 
	{ d'--\f d-- d-- d4.-- c8 b4 d c b\> a g\! r
	  d'--\f d-- d-- d4.-- c8 b4 d c b\> a g\! r
	  \repeat volta 2 
	  {g g a fis4. e8 d4 g4 fis g a2.
	   d4-- d-- d-- b4. a8 g4 c b a g2. }
      \new Voice = second { 
	\key g \major 
	{ d4 d fis g fis g d d d d8 c b4 r 
	  d d fis g fis g d d d d8 c b4 r
	  d e e d cis d d d d d2.
	  d4 g fis g f g g g fis d2. }
    \new Lyrics \lyricsto "main" {
      \set stanza = "1. "
      Cé qu'è lai -- nô, le Maî -- tre dé ba -- tail -- le 
      Que se mo -- qué et se ri dé ca -- nail -- le,
      A bin fai vi pé on De -- san -- de nai
      Qu'il é -- ti -- vé Pa -- tron dé Ge -- ne -- voi.
    \new Lyrics \lyricsto "main" {
      \set stanza = "2. "
      I son ve -- gnu le do -- ze de Des -- san -- bro
      Pè on -- na -- nai as -- se nai -- re que d'an -- cro;
      Y é -- ti -- vé l'an mil si san et dou
      Qu'i ve -- ni -- ron par -- la on pour troi tou.
    \new Lyrics \lyricsto "main" {
      \set stanza = "4. "
      Pe -- tis et grans, o -- ssis an se -- ve -- gnan -- ce:
      Pè on ma -- tin d'on -- na bel -- la de -- man -- ze,
      Et pè on zeur qu'y fas -- si -- ve bin frai,
      Sans le bon Di, nos é -- ti -- von to prai!
    \new Lyrics \lyricsto "main" {
      \set stanza = "68. "
      De -- dian sa man il y tin la vic -- toi -- re,
      A lui so -- let en dé -- mu -- re la gloi -- re;
      A to za -- mai son Sain Non sai be -- gni
      A -- men, A -- men, ain -- si, ain -- si soit -- y!
    \new Staff <<
      \clef bass \key g \major  
      \new Voice { b,4 \f g a b a g b f g f g r
                   b g a b a g b f g f g r 
                   b b a a g a g a b f2.
                   b4 d d d c b e d c b2. }

\version "2.8.7"


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current 15:03, 4 February 2007 Thumbnail for version as of 15:03, 4 February 2007 664 × 946 (46 KB) Schutz
16:04, 31 January 2007 Thumbnail for version as of 16:04, 31 January 2007 669 × 978 (47 KB) Schutz
15:55, 31 January 2007 Thumbnail for version as of 15:55, 31 January 2007 948 × 1,399 (265 KB) Schutz Music and lyrics of the fr:Cé qu'è lainô, the offical anthem of Geneva. {{Information |Description=Music and lyrics of the fr:Cé qu'è lainô |Source=Typeset by User:Schutz using en:Lilypond |Date=Original version: around 1603; typese
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