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1.  Song for Newfounalnd

2.  Saltwater Joys

3.  Let Me Fish Off Cape St. Mary’s

4.  She’s Like a Swallow

5.  Ties That Bind

6.  Pat Murphy’s Meadow

7.  This Is My Home

8.  The Green Bushes

9.  Hailig, Hailig

10.  We Love The Place, O God

11.  The Morning Dew

12.  Sonny’s Dream

13.  A Heart Cry From The West

14.  A Great Big Sea Hove In Long Beach

15.  Wave Over Wave

16.  The Ryans and the Pittmans (We’ll Rant and We’ll Roar)

17.  The Ode to Newfoundland

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“The choir’s repertoire spans from the Renaissance to the Twenty-First Century, and while their selection is primarily classical, they are known to include spiritual, folk and light popular culture selections in their programming to the delight of both choir and audience. Cantus Vocum prides itself in its repertoire of works by Canadian composers and in its ability to continually produce innovative programming to cover a broad spectrum of musical tastes.

Cantus Vocum has found great reception all over the world. They have performed at St. Paul’s Cathedral in England; Beaumont Hamel in France; Ryelandt Hall in Belgium; at the Cologne Cathedral in Germany and in an International Choral Festival in The Netherlands. In July 2004, the choir toured extensively in Italy – a tour which was highlighted by a performance in St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican City. In 2008, the choir had a successful tour of Finland, Estonia, and the Czech Republic in July 2008. Cantus Vocum were warmly received by audiences in the Helsinki Cathedral in Helsinki, Finland; St. Charles Church in Tallinn, Estonia; St. Elizabeth’s Church in Parnu, Estonia, and in St. Salvator Church of Prague, Czech Republic, where they performed a joint concert with the Holy Heart of Mary Alumni Choir, a choir of fellow Newfoundland musicians touring Europe that summer. Most recently, the choir has toured Denmark and Sweden.

While the choir love and are thankful for the opportunities they have had to travel with their music, they value their performances closer to home, and in 2006, Cantus Vocum was a finalist in the CBC National Radio Competition”

– Cantus Vocum’s Facebook