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Vespers and Benediction Chants

The choir Cantica has sung the Vespers and Benediction several times already:

  • September 8, 2002 at Houthulst
  • May 25, 2003 in Saint Nicholas Church at Diksmuide
  • February 29, 2004 in Saint Nicholas Church at Diksmuide, placed in the general Lent event of the Diksmuide deanery
  • September 6, 2009 at Houthulst, on the occasion of the ten years jubilee of the choir Cantica
  • September 12, 2010 at Lo

On these occasions Cantica has sung the following chants:

Vespers
Deus in adiutorium
Antiphon Nativitas gloriosae (8) + Psalm Ps. CIX Dixit Dominus (8G)
Antiphon Nativitas est hodie (7) + Psalm Ps. CXII Laudate pueri (7C)
Antiphon Regali ex progenie (6) + Psalm Ps. CXXI Laetatus sum (6F)
Antiphon Cum iucunditate (7) + Psalm Ps. CXLVII Lauda Ierusalem Dominum (7C)
Ave maris stella
Antiphon Nativitas tua + Canticle Magnificat (8G)
Benediction
Adoro te devote (5)
Tantum ergo (3)

Gregorian chant and Liturgy

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Dr. Koen Kesteloot, praeses Canticae

 “Gregorian music is a universal chant, unique of its kind, that we all want to foster because of its historical significance. It is a musical style that provides a refuge from the strong influence of metrical rhythms of contemporary music. The latter is...”   Continue reading

Mr. Johan Tyberghien, former choirmaster

 “Moments of Gregorian music cause a break and provide a piece of balance between our spiritual part and the busy routine of every day. I would even dare to say, balance between the inner and outer side of ourselves. The unity of word, text, music and liturgy appeals to...”   Continue reading

Mrs. Myriam Van Lerberghe-Thibaut

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