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The choir exists as a society of the University of Stellenbosch and is the only choir in South Africa connected to a university singing only sacred music. The activities of Canticum Novum are the continuance of a well-founded choir tradition that came about more than a century ago within the Stellenbosch Dutch Reformed Church. When the Stellenbosch Central Church separated from the Stellenbosch Church Moederkerk in , Chris Swanepoel extended this tradition when he established a choir that consisted mainly of students.
Out of this congregation the Stellenbosch Student Church later formed. Pieter van der Westhuizen succeeded Swanepoel in as conductor and organist. He held this position for 25 years — until Anton Els became the new conductor and in the 5 years that he held the position, the choir underwent its first name change — from the Stellenbosch Central Church Choir to the Stellenbosch Student Church Choir.
As of Louis van der Watt is associated with the choir and the congregation as conductor and organist. In the name changed again, becoming Canticum Novum. Due to a remerging of the two churches in , the Stellenbosch Student Church is presently part of Moederkerk, and as such Canticum Novum is once more its official choir, celebrating its 50th anniversary in Throughout its existence the choir has achieved many successes and has acquired a distinctive and beloved character, also due to its student makeup.
Canticum Novum is the only choir in South Africa that only sings sacred music while at the same time consisting mainly of students and young adults. Apart from being the Stellenbosch Moederkerk Choir, Canticum Novum is also a stage choir that has a wide repertoire with works ranging from Bruckner, Rachmaninoff and Monteverdi to Negro Spirituals. While having an impressive program, the value of the choir cannot be quantified. For those that sing in the choir, as well as those who listen in, the true value lies in the growth it brings to their lives.
It is the recollections of clever comments during tours, camps and practice sessions and that mystical bond between them that share a sacred song that denotes the choir's worth. It is to be deeply touched by the words and music during a revered moment that brings amazing change in their life. Cantate Domino Sing to the Lord is then also the motto of the choir.
Canticum Novum strives to share the message of the Gospel, as well as honour God as the creator of music. The repertoire consists only of sacred songs, with at least some new songs every year. This goal is particularly evident in church services, where the focus of the music is to bring the Word and support the liturgy. The core consists of a Plane leaf, symbolic of steadfastness, with the primary vein typifying a cross. The nine points of the leaf represents, in this order, the supporters of the members as the uppermost leaflet, and the eight voice parts as the remaining leaflets.
The leafstalk is turned clockwise, signifying advancement. The choir is one of the few choirs in South Africa to sing only sacred music, but nevertheless holds regular public performances.
It has become a tradition that, with the start of each year, the choir will practice and perform a mass or similar work with the University Stellenbosch Symphony Orchestra. The following works have been performed:. It has also become custom for the choir, or some members, to get invited to perform as additional members for several performances of other works during the year, which includes the Mozart Requiem , Handel Messiah and Beethoven Symphony No.
In addition, in the choir performed the secular Carmina Burana. The choir then follows an a cappella repertoire for the rest of the year. A wide range of music is considered and the repertoire includes works from composers Monteverdi , Bruckner , Rachmaninoff , Randall Thompson etc.
Other favourites include Afrikaans works by composers such as Chris Lambrecht and Pieter van der Westhuizen ex-conductor of Canticum Novum , to name but a few. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page.
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Zadok the Priest - Coronation Anthem No 1 (Handel) - Cantate Domino
This adaptation of a piece originally by Mozart, Cantate Domino! Exciting and up-tempo, this arrangement fills a void that directors often find in their programs. The vocal parts include some challenging moments, but are overall very accessible for most youth and adult choirs. All Rights Reserved.
Guest Book. A new commandment I give unto you - Tallis. Agnus Dei arranged from Albinoni. Ah Lord when my last end is come Chorale.