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Stellenbosch University Choir discography

Stellenbosch University Choir discography
Releases
Studio albums 7

This article covers detailed information about the recordings made by the Stellenbosch University Choir. For more information about the choir, see their main page.

Albums

2011 In Concert (2011)

1. Stetit Angelus (4'34") - Rihards Dubra (b. 1964, Latvia) (Soloist: Clara van Amstel)

2. Angelus Domini (2'33") - Giovanni Gabrieli (1555 - 1612, Italy)

3. Crucem Tuam (4'04") - Ruben Garcia-Martin (b. 1983, Spain)

4. Cantate Domino (2'50") - Jozef Swider (b. 1930, Czech Republic)

5. Pater Noster (3'48") - John Pamintuan (b. 1972, Philippines)

6. Phoenix (4'25") - Ola Gjeilo (b. 1978, Norway)

7. Liepa (5'45") - Pēteris Vasks (b. 1946, Latvia)

8. Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel? (2'46") - Mia Makaroff (b. 1970, Finland)

9. John Saw De Numbuh (2'29") - Stacey Gibbs

10. Nader My God By U (3'48") - arr. André van der Merwe

11. Seaside Rendezvous (2'59") - Paul Hart/Freddie Mercury

  • Tracks 1 - 9 were recorded live during a Gala Concert in the Endler Hall at the Conservatory of the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa on 16 October 2011.

Stellenbosch University Choir: 1936 - 2011 (2011)

  • Double CD containing selected pieces recorded by the choir over its 75 year history.
  • Launched during the 75th reunion weekend of the choir in September 2011.

Laudate (2008)

1. Svete Tihiy (2'50") - Alexander Kastalsky (1856 – 1926, Russia)

2. Svete Tihiy (3'10") - Pavel Chesnokov (1877 – 1944, Russia)

3. Alleluia (1'40") - Jacobus Gallus (1550 – 1591, Slovenia)

4. Haec Dies (2'30") - William Byrd (1543 – 1623, England)

5. Oggendgesang (Morning Hymn) (2'58") - arr. André van der Merwe (Violin: Madri Gerber)

6. Aandlied (Evening Hymn) (3'40") - arr. André van der Merwe

7. Pie Jesu (2'45") - Hendrik Hofmeyr (b. 1957, South Africa) WCG

8. Anima Christi (4'35") - Ryan Cayabyab (b. 1954, Philippines) WCG

9. Lauda Sion (2'35") - György Orbán (b. 1947, Hungary) WCG

10. Laudate Dominum (4'28") - Giedrius Svilainis (b. 1972, Lithuania) WCG

11. Gloria (4'04") - Hyo-Won Woo (b. 1974, Korea) WCG

12. Dies Irae (4'50") - Alberto Balzanelli (b. 1941, Argentina) WCG

13. The Birth of Orc (4'32") - Hendrik Hofmeyr (b. 1957, South Africa) WCG

14. Ziles Zina (9'48") - Pēteris Vasks (b. 1946, Latvia)

15. Amazing Grace (4'35") - arr. Eriks Esenvalds (b. 1977, Latvia) (Soprano: Zanike Botha) WCG

16. Go, Tell It on The Mountain (2'30") - arr. Roland Carter (Soloists: Albert Willems, Geran Steyn, Andrea Winckler)

17. I Can Tell the World (2'36") - arr. Moses Hogan (1957 - 2003, USA) WCG

18. Witness (2'38") - arr. Jack Halloran (1916 - 1977, USA)

19. John the Revelator (3'46") - arr. Paul Caldwell & Sean Ivory (Piano: Elzeth Germishuys) WCG

20. Come Again Sweet Days (1'40") - John Dowland (1563 – 1626, England)

  • The album was released in November 2008 and features work recorded by the Choir in the Endler Hall at the Conservatory of the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa during 2007 and 2008. The works include the Choirs' award winning repertoire for the 2008 World Choir Games in Graz, Austria (indicated with WCG).
  • Track 14, Ziles Zina, was recorded live during a performance in the Endler Hall during 2007.[2]

Illumina (2006)

1. Cover me with the night (2'50") - Peter Klatzow (b. 1945, South Africa)

2. Os justi (4'50") - Anton Bruckner (1824-1896, Austria)

3. Justorum animae (2'25") - William Byrd (1543-1623, England)

4. Come, sweet death (6'05") - J.S. Bach (1685-1750, Germany) arr. André van der Merwe (Sopranos: Ilse le Roux, Diane Mostert, Nicole van der Molen)

5. Lux aeterna (6'23") - Pēteris Vasks (b. 1946, Latvia)

6. Psalm 8 (5'15") - Roelof Temmingh (b. 1946, South Africa)

7. Ruth (4'15") - Paul Ayres (b. 1970, England)

8. Wana Baraka (2'55") - arr. Shawn Kirchner (b. 1970, USA)

9. Kyrie (3'25") - Steve Dobrogosz (b. 1956, Sweden) (Piano: Karin Fourie)

10. Water Night (4'40") - Eric Whitacre (b. 1970, USA)

11. A boy and a girl (3'50") - Eric Whitacre (b. 1970, USA)

12. Twee Afrikaanse Volksliedjies (Two Afrikaans Folksongs) (5'05") - arr. André van der Merwe (Soprano: Nicole van der Molen)

13. Bin-nam-ma (6'10") - Alberto Grau (b. 1937, Venezuela)

14. Dans van die Reën (Dans of the Rain) (4'25") - Hendrik Hofmeyr (b. 1957, South Africa)

15. Click Song (Traditional Xhosa) (2'00") - arr. Hendrik Hofmeyr (b. 1957, South Africa) (Soprano: Nicole van der Molen)

16. Ngoni Burial Song (3'30") - Douglas Reid (b. 1937, South Africa) adapted by André van der Merwe (Soprano: Nicole van der Molen)

17. Thola (Traditional Sesotho Lullaby) (2'35") - arr. André van der Merwe

18. Hosanna (Traditional Zulu) (2'10") - arr. André van der Merwe

19. Vela! Asambeni siyekhaya (Traditional African Folk Song) (2'55") - arr. André van der Merwe

  • The album was released in 2006 and features work recorded by the Choir in the Endler Hall at the Conservatory of the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa.[3]

Sinfonia Africana (2004)

1. Die Lied van Suid-Afrika (The Song of South Africa) (13'00") - Hendrik Hofmeyr (b. 1957, South Africa)

2. Gebed om die Gemeente (Prayer for the Bones) (16'52") - Hendrik Hofmeyr (b. 1957, South Africa)

3. Afrika (Africa) (14'44") - Hendrik Hofmeyr (b. 1957, South Africa) [4]

Other recordings

75th Reunion (2011)

  • An album containing the live recordings of the choir's 75th Reunion Gala concert at the Kruiskerk in Stellenbosch during September 2011.
  • Never released to the public.[5]

KUESTA 2011 (2011)

  • A double CD containing the recordings of the four choirs performing at the KUESTA Gala concert at the Musaion of the University of Pretoria during October 2011.
  • Never released to the public.

2010 World Champions (2010)

KUESTA 2007 (2007)

  • A CD containing the recordings of the choirs performing at the KUESTA Gala concert at the Endler Hall of the Stellenbosch University during October 2007.

70th Reunion (2006)

  • An album containing the live recordings of the choir's 70th Reunion Gala concert at the Kruiskerk in Stellenbosch during September 2006.
  • Never released to the public.[7]

References

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