The Choristers of Jesus College, Cambridge. Daniel Hyde - Director. David Humphreys, Samuel Hanson - Organ Scholars.
A Song of Peace - Charles Villiers Stanford
Ubi Caritas - Simon Lole
Messe Basse 4 Movements - Gabriel Fauré
The Father's Love - Simon Lole
Andante in G - Charles Macpherson
Balulalow - Peter Warlock
What Songs Are These? - Richard Lloyd
Who can express the noble acts of the Lord? - Samuel Sebastian Wesley
I waited for the Lord - Felix Mendelssohn
Ex ore innocentium - John Ireland
Chorale Prelude on 'Eventide' - Charles Hubert Hastings Parry
Magnificat in C - Christopher Robinson
Nunc Dimittis in C - Christopher Robinson
Ave Verum - Sir Edward Elgar
Litany to the Holy Spirit - Peter Hurford
Praise and Glory - Rory Boyle
Charles Wood: St Mark Passion
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Released in April 2008. The Choir of Jesus College, Cambridge. Daniel Hyde - Director. Jonathan Vaughn - Organ. Simon Wall - Tenor, James Birchall - Baritone, Edward Grint - Bass, Ruth Jenkins – Soprano.
Hymn: 'Sing, my tongue'
Hymn: 'The Heavenly Word'
Hymn: 'Lord, when we bow'
'My God, I love Thee'
Hymn: 'Faithful Cross! above all other'
Hymn: 'Bend thy boughs, O Tree of Glory!'
Voluntary: Toccata-Prelude on 'Pange lingua' - Edward Bairstow
£ 10.00 (including UK p&p)
A recording of the music of Paul Hindemith, in particular his compositions for the organ, performed by former Director of Music Daniel Hyde on the Kuhn organ at Jesus College Chapel with Britten Sinfonia.
Released in 2012. Music for Advent, Christmas, Epiphany and Candlemas featuring both the College and Chapel Choirs of Jesus College under the direction of Mark Williams. Click here for reviews of this CD.
Jesus Christ the apple tree - Elizabeth Poston
We wait for thy loving kindness - William McKie
I sing of a maiden - Patrick Hadley
Advent Prose - Judith Weir
There is no rose - John Joubert
Hymn to the Virgin - Benjamin Britten
Bright star carol (world premiere recording) - Nico Muhly
Released in 2013. Music for Remembrance featuring both the College and Chapel Choirs of Jesus College under the direction of Mark Williams. Includes works by John Ireland, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Kyrilo Stetsenko and Arvo Pärt. Click here for reviews of this CD.
Crossing the Bar - Charles H.H. Parry
Nunc dimittis - Charles Wood
The Beatitudes - Arvo Pärt
A Child's Prayer - James MacMillan
Greater love hath no man - John Ireland
There is an old belief - Charles H.H. Parry
September 1914: For the Fallen - Mark Blatchly
Geistliches Lied - Johannes Brahms
Elegy - George Thalben-Ball
Blahoslovy dushe moya hospoda - Kirill Stetsenko
Justorum animae - Matthew Martin
The souls of the righteous - Garaint Lewis
Faire is the heaven - William H. Harris
For the Fallen - Douglas Guest
Kontakion of the Dead - Traditional Kiev Melody
Lord, thou hast been our refuge - Ralph Vaughan Williams
Released in 2014. Music from the Song of Songs and other sacred songs of love from the fifteenth to the twenty-first centuries, featuring both the Chapel and College Choirs under the direction of Mark Williams. Click here for reviews of this CD.
Sicut lilium - Antoine Brumel
As the apple tree - Robert Walker
My beloved spake - Patrick Hadley
Ubi caritas - Maurice Duruflé
Rise up my love - Howard Skempton
How fair is thy love - Howard Skempton
My beloved is gone down - Howard Skempton
How fair and how pleasant - Howard Skempton
Set me as a seal - Nico Muhly
Ego flos campi - Clemens non Papa
Aubade from Pièces de Fantaisie - Louis Vierne
Rise up my love - Healey Willan
I beheld her beautiful as a dove - Healey Willan
Nigra sum - Pablo Casals
Anima mea - Martín de Rivaflecha
How fair is thy face - Edvard Grieg
I sat down under his shadow - Edward Bairstow
Set me as a seal - William Walton
My lovely one - Gerald Finzi
Blessed be the God & Father - Samuel Sebastian Wesley
Released in 2015. An eclectic and uplifting collection tracing the church's year from Lent to Trinity, featuring both the Chapel and College Choirs under the direction of Mark Williams. Click here for reviews of this CD.
Cunctis diebus - William Byrd
Remember not, Lord, our offences - Henry Purcell
The Lamentation - Edward Bairstow
Tantum ergo - Fernand Laloux
O vos omnes - Pablo Casals
Ye Choirs of New Jerusalem - Charles Villiers Stanford
Released in 2016. A collection of British choral music from the sixteenth and twentieth centuries on the theme of evening, featuring both the Chapel and College Choirs under the direction of Mark Williams. Click here for reviews of this CD.