The Drakensberg Boys' Choir School is one of the few South African schools whose fame extends around the world. This school offers a unique educational opportunity for children; it stimulates a boy's spirit of adventure and exploration in the physical surroundings of the school while nurturing the development of the mind and expression in innate musical talent.
Situated near Winterton, Natal, South Africa, the Drakensberg Boys' Choir School is a non-racial, bilingual boarding school, Founded in January 1967, the school serves between 100 and 120 boys, ranging from 10 to 15 years of age. Drawing recruits from all over South Africa, Swaziland, Botswana and Namibia, the school offers its pupils a comprehensive music and academic training as well as a full range of athletic activities.
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Drakensberg Boys Choir For the first time in its 38 year history, the Drakensberg Boys' Choir has recorded an exclusively Afrikaans CD. Entitled "Blouberg", the album contains evergreen folk songs, some contemporary songs and two new songs written especially for this CD.
Drakensberg Boys Choir The innovative Afro-symphonic mix of music, unique to the Starlight Classics series, is captured in this CD selection featuring some of South Africa’s best-loved soloists, the Drakensberg Boys’ Choir and the Johannesburg Festival Orchestra.
Drakensberg Boys Choir A performance of African songs and dances performed by the Drakensberg Boys' Choir. DVD also contains an interactive learn-the-songs section, a photo album, behind the scenes video and a short documentary
Drakensberg Boys Choir A brand new DVD from the Drakensberg Boys' Choir performing LIVE!
The first DVD ever from the Drakenberg Boys' Choir shows a live performance of favourite pieces from Bach and features John Rutters' "Magnificat"
1 Kommet,Eilet Und Laufet - From Easter Oratorio. BWV 249
2 Wenn Soll Es Doch Geschehen - From Ascension Oratorio. BWV 11
3 Preis Und Dank - From Easter Oratorio. BWV 249
4 Magnificat - By John Rutter
Total Playing Time: 53 Minutes
Also features the Vienna Boys Choir tour in Japan, various interview articles including the Associate Music Director of American Boychoir, Fernando Malvar-Ruiz and one of his trebles Morgan Bothwell ; Prof. G. Christof Biller the Thomanerchor cantor with one Thomaner treble named Julius Linnert, interwiews with WSK boys, plus an independent article of Edward Burrowes' visit to 'Les Petits Chanteurs de l'Ecole de l'Etoile du Matin', Tokyo.
More than 100 full-color pages. This book is entirely in Japanese.