• Dominique COSAERT (1959 -)
  • Born in Mouscron (Belgium) in 1959, Dominique COSAERT studied at the Royal Conservatory of Mons where he won the first prizes in written harmony, counterpoint, fugue, composition and choral direction.
  • In 1988, he received a scholarship to continue his studies as choirmaster at the Ferenc Liszt Academy (Budapest) in the class of Gabor Ugrin.
  • For many years he served as director of the music and dance academy of La Botte du Hainaut and professor of ensemble singing and choral conducting at the Royal Conservatory of Mons. Currently, he is the inspector of artistic education for the music field.
  • As a composer, Dominique Cosaert notably wrote works for choir (masses, requiem for women's choir, motets, secular works, etc.). Some of these were created by the vocal ensemble "Odace" which he has conducted between1998 and 2019.

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How surprising is this Pater Noster! A beautiful melodic line, a dialogue between the voices and more particularly between the altis and the sopranos, an harmonic fluidity requiring precision, expressiveness and, of course, accuracy. Enjoy! More...



This song is emblematic in more ways than one. • First of all, it symbolizes the North of France (the Belfry of Lille rings the hours with the melody of the chorus). In addition, his words are characteristic of social and popular song,...



Composed for the choral workshop Festi'chœur 2018 in Bailleul (France) and Kemmel (Belgium), this work for 4 mixed voices and piano (required) is in memory of the First World War. It says peace, war, cold and hope. The piano is a real player...

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A variation between jazz and contemporary music, on the first lines of the finale of Beethoven's 9th symphony. Hymnus refers to the European Anthem but only keeps a short extract (Freude schöner Götterfunken ...) and uses the onomatopoeias of...

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MeF 138 / traditional folk song from Flanders, for 4 mixed voices Young lady, do not grieve, the feast of St. Anne's is coming up. It must arrive soon, then it will pass. Let's dance, let's jump, let's enjoy ourselves and be content. Such a life,...