Happy Fridee, choristers! Thank you for your hard work today. I found two interesting recordings of Confitemini Domino. It will be interesting to hear which you like best. The first one is a women’s choir from Estonia. (Look it up–very interesting!) They do some interesting things with the dynamics, and they are wearing traditional clothing.
The next group is Pueri Cantores della Cappella Sistina, which is the boy’s choir of the Sistine Chapel at the Vatican. It is one of the oldest choirs in the world. (Although, some of these boys look very young.) 🙂
In both recordings, notice how different the “Alleluia” section sounds from the first section–it is more like a dance, with the time signature change to 3/4.
Enjoy these recordings, and check back from time to time!