The Missa Nubentium - in nubes progredientium was written for the wedding of his daughter Tineke: Mass for those who marry, advancing in the clouds.
An accessible four-part motet written for the European Music Festival of Youth, Neerpelt in 1977.
A tasteful simple three-part setting of one of the 150 Souterliedekens.
In 2019, Dubois wrote two arrangements for SATB a cappella of Ik zag Cecilia komen, created by the Geels Vocaal Ensemble conducted by Eva Vermeren during their concert trip to Barcelona. Dubois alternates canonical bits between single voices with full four voices. A short piece with melodic lines and surprising harmony.
Especially for one of Koor&Stem's repertoire days Sebastiaan Van Steenberge wrote a Christmas song that immediately appealed to all participants. A three-part, simple gem on the famous text In the bleak midwinter by Christina Rosetti.
Heinrich Isaac visited Innsbruck at least three times. In September 1484, 1500 and 1501. He therefore also had to leave the city several times. At least two versions of the song are known, for different occasions.
From Dufay, the profane song l'homme armé would become one of the most beloved cantus firmi. It originated in the second half of the 15th century. The popular melody has been used in more than thirty masses during the Renaissance period, of which the ones in Dufay, Ockeghem and Busnois are the earliest in the series. Jacob Obrecht paid tribute to his teacher Antoine Busnois by copying his composition of this melody as cantus firmus identically in his Missa l'homme armé.
Maarten Van Ingelgem (°1976) took his inspiration from the African Lamtietie Damtietie. The author of the text, Cornelis Jacob Langenhoven (1873-1932), is regarded as one of Africa’s best-known writers and, as a member of parliament, campaigned tirelessly for Afrikaans to be an official language in South Africa. The poetic text was expressed in an evocative contemporary lullaby for a children's, youth or women's choir that is not intimidated by chants and whistles. Dedicated to Ida & Ellis, daughters of Van Ingelgem.
Laudate Dominum by Sebastiaan van Steenberge is a challenge for an amateur choir and a refreshing liturgical work.
In this work, the text invites the listeners to praise God: Laudate Dominum. De Monte puts on a double choir that provides joy and festivity through the driving alternation.
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