Collegium Cantorum of the University of Dallas sings “Sicut Cervus” by Palestrina

Some of you are curious how the choir I’m a part of sounds, and I know I’ve told a few of you to go over to Facebook, look up the “Collegium Cantorum of the University of Dallas” group, and check out the videos. There’s quite a few unofficial “recordings” (you couldn’t possibly use these on the radio or on a CD) of us singing around.

Here are two more unofficial recordings:

“Sicut Cervus” (Palestrina)

“Benedictus” of the “Missa Brevis” (Palestrina)

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  1. Ya’ll sound very nice. It’s also nice to hear a choir with an obvious male presence. My experience has been primarily of high school, local college and Baptist church choirs, all of which have been so soprano-heavy.

  2. Hi. I’m an alum of UD and of Collegium Cantorum (founding member actually). The site here is interesting. You say there’s also a facebook page for CC? I’ll check it. Sicut is a standard I remember well – Santa Ciara in Assisi, Koln Cathedral, singing at weddings and UD events – my wife (a former alto) and I still use it here in Minnesota. Cheers & thanks for the website.
    .-= AbecedariusRex´s last blog ..Fagles and the Closed Circle =-.

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