Latin has what I call internal rhyme, caused by word endings. Compound nouns and their modifiers have the same-sounding endings. One can see this in the title of the video. Latin relies heavily on the consonant sounds, k (which includes qu and x), l, m, and n.
Whenever one vocalizes the letters m and n, humming is going on, as in quemquam, which means anyone.
Pilate: Non sum. I am not. Jesus: Ego sum. I am.
Winning international acclaim for its performances, the Schola was awarded the Golden Orpheus of the Paris Academie Nationale du Disque Lyrique, Fundacion J. Canteloube in 1987.