Francisco de Peñalosa (±1470-1528) worked as a singer first in Aragon and then Seville he’s known as well to have spent time in Rome. His music consists almost entirely of sacred music of which 22 motets survive. This moter "Transeunte Domino Jesu" is a conflation of texts from the Gospels relating Christ’s healing of the blind man. Peñalosa handles the text using repetition in a manner which exudes serenity and confidence.
Video, text, and translation are all below the fold. Enjoy :-)
Text: Transeunte Domino Jesu
Transeunte Domino Jesu caecus quidam
A certain blind man beside the road