Andrea Gabrieli
(c.1532 - 1585)

Ego flos campi
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contrafact, loosely based upon the Song of Solomon, of Gabrieli's "Se vuoi ch'io moia", arranged by Simone Molinaro, and published in Venice, 1610
Lyrics: Anon

Ego flos campi, et lilium convallium.
Loquitur dilectus et voce eius
in auribus dum sonat in me
laetitia semper derivat,
et liquefacta est anima mea.

I am the rose of Sharon and the lily of the valley.
My beloved speaks, and when his voice
sounds in my ears,
he always sparks joy,
and my soul is melted.