Sicut cervus is a motet for four voices by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. The incipit is " Sicut cervus desiderat ad fontes " As the deer desires the fountains followed by a second part secunda pars "Sitivit anima mea" My soul thirsts. It was published in in Motecta festorum, Liber 2 , and has become one of Palestrina's most popular motets, regarded as a model of Renaissance polyphony , expressing spiritual yearning. The motet is a setting of Psalm 42 :2,3. The Psalm was a prescribed tract for the blessing of the water font on Holy Saturday ,  recalling the water of baptism as well as the "living water of the eucharist".
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Performers Computer. Editor Franz Espagne — Plate Editor Nicola A. Montani This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project. Editor Lutz Horn. Editor Alberto Gomez Gomez. Editor Jay Nelsestuen. Editor D. Benjamin Miller. Arranger Michel Rondeau. Arranger Richard Yates. Practice audio file is available under MIDI. Arranger Tristan Meares. Arranger Luca Brignole. Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da.
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Sicut cervus (Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina)
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