Choral Evensong from Wells Cathedral CSACD 3054

Choral Evensong from Wells Cathedral CSACD 3054 Price: £8.99 Wells Cathedral Choir; Anthony Crossland, Organist & Master of the Choristers; Andrew Nethsingha, Assistant Organist. Chorist: Sam Beavan (Head Chorister), Timothy Brown (Second Chorister), Philip Anson, David Meredith, Matthew Sullivan, Sebastian Hudson, Anselm Aston, Thomas Bush, Gabriel Vick, Jonathan Maddocks, Jorden Berry, Christopher Bucknall, Ben Hayler,… Read More

Baroque Vocal Masterpieces GCCD 4081

Baroque Vocal Masterpieces (Purcell, Carissimi, Graziani, Clarke etc) GCCD 4081 Price: £13.99 Baroque Vocal Masterpieces- Emma Kirkby, St Albans Chamber Choir, Conductor: Richard Stangroom, Alto: Richard Cunningham, Tenor: Martin Pickering, Bass: David Beaven, Organ: Robert Jones A live concert recording by Lance Andrews, 26th February 1983 from St John’s Smith Square, London Tracklist [1]  Laudate Dominum – Claudio Monteverdi                  4:17 [2] … Read More

That Yongë Child: Christmas Music for voices and brass GCCD 4062

That Yongë Child: Christmas Music for voices and brass GCCD 4062 Price: £8.99 That Yongë Child  Christmas Music for voices and brass with many special & unique arrangements Worcester Cathedral Choir: Fine Arts Brass Ensemble Directed by Adrian Lucas  “A popular mix of carols old and new, reflecting both the majestic and the intimate sides of Christmas. Spectacular sounds of  brass and voices in a sumptuous building” (Adrian Lucas) Tracklist… Read More

French Choral Jewels GCCD 4061

French Choral Jewels (Villette, Durufle, Langlais (Mass), Messiaen etc) GCCD 4061 Price: £8.99 Choir of Worcester Cathedral; Director: Donald Hunt, Organs: Harry Bramma, Paul Trepte, Adrian Partington “This chosen collection was recorded over a 12 year period, during which time the Cathedral Choir built up an enviable repertoire of French Church Music.  Naturally the personnel of the choir changed, and the organ tone was improved, but the… Read More

Hymns from Hereford Cathedral: 18 favourites GCCD 4060

Hymns from Hereford Cathedral: 18 favourites GCCD 4060 Price: £8.99 Hymns from Hereford Choir of Hereford Cathedral; Director: Roy Massey (3 tracks Richard Lloyd) Organ: Robert Green “There has been a choir at Hereford Cathedral since the 13th century and there was an organ in situ by the 14th century ….The present Father Willis organ was built in 1892 and has been modified and renovated on several occasions Several… Read More

Favourite Hymns from St. Paul’s GCCD 4058

Favourite Hymns from St. Paul’s GCCD 4058 Price: £14.99 22 Great Hymns from St. Paul’s – St.Paul’s Cathedral Choir, Malcolm Archer A superb new popular collection from the glorious sound of  St. Paul’s Many hymns here have direct connections with St Paul’s, either through the text or the music (or both), and a number of others enjoy links with the cathedral. St Paul’s acts… Read More

Once Were Christmas Angels (Top Uk Boy Trebles sing Christmas Carols) GCCD 4057

Once Were Christmas Angels (Top Uk Boy Trebles sing Christmas Carols) GCCD 4057 Price: £8.99 “Once Were Angels : Christmas” Something different & wonderfully enjoyable! The new Boy Trebles compilation awaited by collectors from the 25-year period covered by Abbey Label. Once were Angels (4040) was a big success and this one is enthusiastically awaited for Xmas 2006.  It is much more intimate than a normal… Read More

Patrick Gowers: Choral & Organ Music GCCD 4056

Patrick Gowers: Choral & Organ Music GCCD 4056 Sheffield Cathedral Choir, Neil Taylor Toccata & Fugue; Libera, Me / II; Viri Galilaei; Advent Sequence 4 parts: Ad te Levavi; Populus Sion ; Gaudete; Memento Nostri ; Holy, Holy, Holy; Balulalow; Occasional Trumpet Voluntary Patrick Gowers (born 1936) has never been a typical 20th century composer, much more moved by jazz and later inspired to write stage,… Read More

Songs of the Sea and Folk GCCD 4084

Songs of the Sea and Folk GCCD 4084 Price: £7.99 “This collection features songs drawn from opposite corners of England which during the 20th century experienced catastrophic decline in their traditional local industries: Cornwall now relies heavily on tourism and Tyneside has become a centre for science-based technology.  Traditionally, both have maintained a proud tradition… Read More