Motet Notes. Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina: “Sicut cervus”. Sicut cervus is likely the best known of Palestrina’s motets. In it is embedded the beauty and dignity. Sicut cervus is by many accounts the most outstanding example of religious choral art from the Renaissance. It was written by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina . Sicut cervus has always been one of the most familiar of Palestrina’s motets, frequently reprinted and anthologized since the nineteenth century, and justly held.
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Andrea Angelini has taken Palestrina’s exquisite music and added restrained editorial markings to promote an authentic and expressive rendition of the motet.
These file s are part of the Werner Icking Music Collection. He was born in the nearby town of Palestrina, from which he took his name, trained as a choirboy in the Roman church of S. Contents 1 Performances 1. Sicut cervus desiderat composer.
His stream of publications cervsu with a successful book of madrigals in ; by the time of his death there were seven books of masses, six of motets, and sundry other volumes of liturgical music and madrigals. Maria Maggiore, appointed to prominent positions in the Roman musical establishment, and brought to international fame by his numerous publications, issued in the first instance from Rome.
The Cambridge SingersJohn Rutter conductor. Periods of directorship at the church of St John Lateran, where Lassus had preceded him —60 and at his old church of S. If you choose not to do this, you can place your order manually with our order form. Maria Maggiore —6 were followed by a return in to the Cappella Giulia, where he remained till his death.
The Latin text is taken from Psalm In a more general sense, the soul’s longing for union with God can be fulfilled in the reception of the Eucharist, making Sicut cervus an excellent choice for any Communion-time meditation. Sicut cervus desiderat prima pars Sitivit anima mea secunda pars First Pub lication. Highlights exquisite Renaissance motet setting of Psalm 42 perfect for Easter Vigil Description Sicut cervus is by many accounts the most outstanding example of religious choral art from the Renaissance.
Its psalm text was appropriately appointed as the first part of the Tract at the blessing of the font on Holy Saturday.
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Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da. Sicut cervus desiderat prima pars Sitivit anima mea secunda pars. It was written by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, often called “The Cefvus of Church Music,” for his role in purging secular influences which had pervaded liturgical music in his time.
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