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"Caligaverunt Oculi Mei" (1585) is the ninth responsory for the matins of Good Friday by the famed Tomas Luis de Victoria. Scored for unaccompanied mixed voices, the text combines scriptures from Job and
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In a masterful blend of early musical style with modern melody and harmonies, this beautiful setting of the traditional text shines with elegant simplicity. A rubato piano opening leads to a unison
This remarkable new arrangement for SATB chorus and piano focuses on the inherent drama of the text. Each verse expresses a different reaction to its question about the Crucifixion. The piano accompaniment,
This is a poignant, sensitive setting of WONDROUS LOVE with a piano accompaniment reminiscent of tolling bells. Well-crafted choral writing ensures that your choir will enjoy learning and singing this