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Cor meum conturbatum est (Lassus)

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Description

SourcePsalmi Davidis Poenitentiales (Munich: Berg, 1584)

Transposition: up fourth from orginal print.

Difficulty: easy

Length: 02:00 mins.

Editors/copyright: Laurie Stras © 2020.

Perusal score: Watermarked. Please click here.

Listen:
Organ reduction.

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Text and translation

Psalm 37/38:10 (Penitential Psalms)

Cor meum conturbatum est; dereliquit me virtus mea,
et lumen oculorum meorum, et ipsum non est mecum.

My heart is troubled, my strength has left me,
and the sight [light] of my eyes themselves is not with me.

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