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Aestimatus sum (Tomás Luis de Victoria)

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Aestimatus sum: Amicus meus 00:03:07

Lumen Valo, Choir - Tomás Luis de Victoria, Composer

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Aestimatus sum: ludas mercator pessimus 00:02:15

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Aestimatus sum: Unus ex discipulis meis 00:02:15

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Aestimatus sum: Eram quasi agnus 00:03:18

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Aestimatus sum: Una hora 00:02:33

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Aestimatus sum: Seniores populi 00:03:08

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Aestimatus sum: Tamquam ad latronem 00:03:26

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Aestimatus sum: Tenebrae factae sunt 00:03:46

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Aestimatus sum: Animam meam dilectam 00:04:11

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Tradiderunt me 00:02:45

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Aestimatus sum: lesum tradidit impius 00:02:57

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Aestimatus sum: Caligaverunt oculi mei 00:03:32

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Aestimatus sum: Recessit pastor noster 00:03:16

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Aestimatus sum: O vos omnes 00:02:40

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Aestimatus sum: Ecce quomodo moritur 00:02:56

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Aestimatus sum: Astiterunt reges 00:02:14

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Aestimatus sum 00:02:28

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Sepulto Domino 00:02:38

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