"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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This work sets this traditional text quite simply to reflect the foot-washing moment of the Good Friday liturgy in a beautiful motet which is both charming and satisfying to sing. In an entirely tonal
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Effective, simple part-writing and exceptional use of dynamics have made this piece an icon of sacred choral literature. There is just no better way to express the meaning of the cross, particularly during