Cantus

Cantus is a Norwegian female choir founded in 1986. It consists of around 30 amateur singers, and is based in Trondheim. Their director is Tove Ramlo-Ystad.
Despite being an amateur choir, they keep holding a very good international standard, and have shown this through winning several competitions through the years.
Cantus won the 1st Xinghai Prize International Choir Championships in Guangzhou, China, and is ranked as number 1 in their class, and 8th best in the world, on the webpages of interkultur.com.
In 2013, Cantus appears on the soundtrack of the Disney animated movie Frozen, with a Sámi inspired piece written by Frode Fjellheim and movie composer Christophe Beck

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NjoktjeSpes5:54
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Vuelie (Frozen Theme)Spes3:39
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KyrieSpes5:42
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Dona nobis pacemSpes4:16
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Aejlies (Sanctus)Spes4:49
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Fjellheim, Beck: VuelieNorthern Lights3:20
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Five Male Choruses, B. 87, Op. 27: IV. Ztracená ovečka (The Lost Lamb)Song of a Czech: Dvořák and Janáček for Men’s Voices3:08
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Mate Latvija - Mein LettlandConcerts Connecting Continents - China1:28
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Wild WingsWild Wings5:38
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Northern Lights (Kate Simko Remix)Northern Lights (Kate Simko Remix)6:02
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