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Notre Dame Liturgical Choir: Cantate Domino - Music From the Basilica of the Sacred Heart

Song NameComposer
Basilica Schola:
Cantate Domino Hans Leo Hassler
O Esca Viatorum Heinrich Isaac
Salvator MundiThomas Tallis
If Ye Love MeThomas Tallis
Rorate Coeli William Byrd
Ego Sum Panis Vivus William Byrd
Haec Dies William Byrd
Women's Liturgical Choir:
Ave Verum Corpus (Op.65, No.1) Gabriel Faure
Maria, Mater Gratiae (Op.47, No.2)Gabriel Faure
Tantum Ergo (Op.65, No.2) Gabriel Faure
O Come Let Us Sing Unto the Lord Martin How
Psalm 23Franz Schubert
My Song is Love UnknownDonald Busarow
A Song of Peace (Op. 113, No.4)Charles Villiers Stanford
Psalm 150David Willcocks
Liturgical Choi:
Make a Joyful Noise Unto the Lord Kirke Mechem
Rise Up My LoveHealey Willan
Tenebrae Factae SuntFrancis Poulenc
O Salutaris Hostia Pierre Villette
Hymne a la Vierge Pierre Villette
Psalm 46John Weaver

The release, Cantate Domino (2000), is a combined effort of the University of Notre Dame Basilica choirs. It features a few of the contemporary pieces the Liturgical Choir prepared for their summer tour in Paris, including twentieth-century French composers Francis Poulenc and Pierre Villette. The thirteen voiced Basilica Schola sings Renaissance pieces by Hans Leo Hassler, Heinrich Isaac, Thomas Tallis and William Byrd. The Women's Litrugical Choir performs motets by Gabriel Faure, Franz Schubert and Charles Stanford.

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Choral | Primarily a cappella | Mixed | United States
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