Here's a different version of the first stanza as set by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi.
Palestrina's late Renaissance version, which goes all the way through without repeating the text.
An excerpt from Rossini's setting, with Luciano Pavarotti singing.
At one point I collected a number of recordings by different composers. Talking to a colleague of mine at work who had studied Latin, I jokingly referred to my "collection of Stabant Matres" putting the title in the plural (which is as if I were to refer to a collection of various editions of the play "She Stoops to Conquer" as my collection of "They Stoop to Conquer").