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The Choir’s latest recording entitled Celebration containing 20 tracks including 6 bonus Christmas tracks.
I Am The Song;All You Were and All You Are;The Lion Sleeps Tonight;The Seal Lullaby;Sure On This Shining Night;Guardian Angel;Veni Jesu;The Peacemakers;Waft Her Angels;This Nearly Was Mine;World in Union;Love of my Life;When The Saints Go Marching In;Songs From The First World War,
Bonus Christmas Tracks:-
Angels From The Realms Of Glory;Do You Here What I Hear;The Christmas Bells;When a Child is Born;Silent Night Holy Night;O Holy Night.
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Contains 17 current favourite audience pleasers which was recorded in front of a live audience.
The National Anthem;Non Nobis Domine;Ave Maria;Hallelujah, Sanctus; Carrickfergus,Llanfair;I Dreamed a Dream;Anthem;Here's To The Heroes;The Rose;Some Enchanted Evening;You Are So Beautiful;The Wonder of You;My Heart Will Go On;Benedictus,African Trilogy
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A selection of items from recent Festival Concerts recorded live at Chester Cathedral.
Hava Nagila;Deep Harmony;Lascia Ch'io Pianga;This Old Man;Alexander's Ragtime Band;Carrickfergus;Glyn Rhosyn;Non Nobis Domine;The Sprig of Thyme;Eli Jenkins Prayer;When The Saints Go Marching In;Here's to the Heroes;Night;Unchained Melody;You Raise Me Up;An American Trilogy
Recorded in 2001 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Choir.
You'll Never Walk Alone; Gwahoddiad; Morte Criste; Speed Your Journey; O Isis and Osiris; Glyn Rhosyn; My Lord What a Morning; Battle Hymn of the Republic; Amen; Hava Nagila; My Heart Will Go On; Some Enchanted Evening; Calm is the Sea; She; Si Hei Lwli Mabi; Softly as I Leave You; Autumn Leaves; I Believe
The Choir's first vinyl recording made in 1973. Recorded in Central Hall, City Road.
Le Reve Passe;I Believe; Ol’ Man River; In a Monastery Garden; Down Among the Dead Men; Speed Your Journey; Thou Gavest; Battle Hymn of the Republic; The Lord is My Light
The Impossible Dream; Morte Criste
O Isis and Osiris; How Great Thou Art (Solo Tom Mawhinney); Invitation; Love Could I only Tell Thee
A CD of an original LP which was recorded in 1975 by John Hassell Recordings, of London, in the Chapel at Eaton Hall by kind permission of the Duke of Westminster
Comrades in Arms; An Evening’s Pastorale; The Exodus Song; Rest Weary Heart; Amazing Grace; With Cat-Like Tread; The Bandits Chorus
Goin’ Home; Cyfri’r Geifr; How Great Thou Art (Soloist Tom Mawhinney); Celtic Hymn; The March of the Men of Harlech.
A CD of an LP recording which was recorded in the Central Hall in 1977. and on the back of the sleeve there is a colour photograph of the Choir (82 singing members in their red jackets and accompanist Trudi Hughes) which was taken in the lower hall of the old Central Hall.
On the March; Sanctus; Aus Der Traube in die Tonne; My Grandfather’s Clock; Dashenka; German Psalm; Casatschok; Llanfair; Springtime on the Rhine; Maire My Girl; There is Nothing Like a Dame; The Whiffenpoof Song; Psalm 100
A CD of the original LP recording. The recording took place in Central Hall – the home of the Choir for so many years and was the last performance of the Choir in the hall before it was demolished.
Gloria; Beautiful Dreamer; Thanks be to God; Jacob’s Ladder; Deus Salutis; The Battle Hymn of the Republic; God’s Choir; Vale; Morte Criste; Eli Jenkins’ Prayer (narration Cyril Thomas); Michael Row the Boat Ashore; My Land
A CD of a cassette tape recording which was produced by the Choir and was recorded in 1990 at Christ Church, Newtown, Chester, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Choir in 1991. The narration was by local broadcaster Peter Spaull
Le Reve Passe; The Exodus Song; Aus der Traube; Eli Jenkins’ Prayer; Sanctus; Glyn Rhosyn; Morte Criste; How Great Though Art (Soloist Gareth Evans); The Battle Hymn of the Republic; Psalm 100
A CD of an original cassette which was recorded on the 22nd April 1975 at the BASF Feierabendhaus, Ludwigshafen-am-Rhein when the Choir was on tour to West Germany.
This private recording (i.e. not produced for public distribution) was significant in that it was produced in the very early days of the mass production of cassette tape recordings and, on an historical note, it was produced in the actual concert hall where the very first recording on magnetic tape was ever made.
March of the Men of Harlech; Amazing Grace; Speed your Journey; Morte Criste; La Ci Darem (Duet: Gwen Davies and Robert Bickerstaff); The Bandit’s Chorus; Goin’ Home; Auf Euer Wohl; I Believe; There is Nothing Like a Dame; Wanting You (Duet: Gwen Davies and Robert Bickerstaff);
Goodbye (Robert Bickerstaff and the Choir)
A CD of a historical live recording of the March Festival in 1965.
Soldiers Chorus; Speed Your Journey; Dry Bones; Pilgrim's Chorus; Riders in the Sky; The Battle EVe; Nidaros; Maire My Girl; The Lord's Prayer; When the Saints come Marchin' In
A CD of a historical live recording made at the October Festival in 1964.
The Heavens are Telling; Some Enchanted Evening; The Fishermen of England; I Believe; Huntsmen's Chorus; Y Delyn Aur; Music All Powerful; Psalm 27; In a Monastery Garden
A CD of a historical live recording made at the March Festival in 1964. It features a solo item by Stuart Burrows(Myfanwy) and a duet with Stuart Burrows and Margaret Neville (Miserere)(Soprano)
The Trumpet Shall Sound; The Silver Birch; I Believe; Martyrs of the Arena; Men of Harlech; Angelus; Cyfri'r Geifr; I am a Roamer; Kneel Down; Myfanwy; Miserere.