Sicut Cervus Organ Reduction
  • Kathy
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    Does anyone happen to have a two-staff organ reduction (tenor in bass clef) of Sicut Cervus?

    There's one on CPDL but it's not quite pristine.
  • Richard MixRichard Mix
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    OUP's European Sacred Music ed. Rutter has the extra 'for rehearsal' staves, but, aside from being in G instaed of A flat, it doesnt seem much different from CPDL #3768. What do you mean by 'pristine'?
  • Kathy
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    The timing is a bit off. Notes don't always line up well vertically.
  • Richard MixRichard Mix
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    I notice the Wheeler ed. CPDL #329 aligns stems instead of noteheads, but try the one above.
  • rich_enough
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    You can also find it in vol. 2 the old "Historical Anthology of Music" ed. Willi Apel, p. 153, in the original "key" (F). It's here at Google Books:

    http://tinyurl.com/35cqvfo

    Sam Schmitt
  • Kathy,
    If you can't find one you like in your key, let me know and I'll transpose my Sibelius file to the right key and send you a pdf.
    Patricia Cecilia
  • Kathy
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    We're using the #3768. Thanks to all of you for your help!