Halleluya! Pelo Tsa Rona

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Halleluya! Pelo Tsa Rona is sung in Sesotho. Sesotho is a Southern Bantu language of the Sotho-Tswana group, spoken primarily by the Basotho in Lesotho, where it is the national and official language; South Africa, where it is one of the 11 official languages; and in Zimbabwe where it is one of 16 official languages.

Halleluya! pelo tsa rona – Hallelujah! We sing your praises

Ditha bile kaofela – all our hearts are full of gladness

This easy and joyful Sesotho song of celebration can be sung in various settings; whether it is in a religious atmosphere or to end of a more formal concert.

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Eugène Ceulemans (1958) is a Dutch composer with a great affinity for South Africa. He studied classical languages ​​at the University of Nijmegen and choral conducting and church music and school music at the conservatory in Arnhem. At the moment he works as a conductor of 7 choirs in the Netherlands and has often been guest conductor of the PUK choir in Potchefstroom. Apart from the Netherlands, Eugène has performed with his choirs in Belgium, Germany, Austria and Hungary. As a composer and arranger, he writes and adapts choral music in all possible styles, as is evident from the published works. He wrote ten full-length music theater productions for schools, 15 masses and hundreds of adaptations of arias, pop songs and folk songs. He received several commissions for writing cantatas and arrangements for renowned choirs. He has won prizes in composition competitions, including for his composition “Dan weet ik, dat ben Jij” (“Then I know, it’s You”). Another work worth mentioning is his choral adaptation of Corelli’s well known Christmas concert, which will also be published by Vektor Publishing.


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