Light of the Spirit

Choir of Clare College, Cambridge
Timothy Brown (conductor)

Light of the Spirit

Music inspired by light and by the spirit. This 2-SACD set is spiritually-uplifting collection of music of the last millennium, recorded in the peerless acoustic of the Lady Chapel of Ely Cathedral, Cambridge.

Christmas Night

The Cambridge Singers | City of London Sinfonia
John Rutter (conductor)

Christmas Night

The night of Christ’s birth, depicted in 22 carols spanning six centuries. Includes Rutter originals Nativity Carol and There is a Flower alongside choral classics such as Darke’s In the Bleak Mid-Winter, Howells’ A Spotless Rose and Cornelius’ The Three Kings.

Faire is the Heaven

The Cambridge Singers
John Rutter (conductor)

Faire is the Heaven

The sublime acoustic of Ely Cathedral’s Lady Chapel showcases the glories of the English church music tradition. 23 unaccompanied motets and anthems represent three key historic periods: the Reformation, the Restoration, and the nineteenth-cantury Anglican revival.

Images of Christ

The Cambridge Singers
John Rutter (conductor)

Images of Christ

A journey of the imagination, in which the figure of Christ – his Incarnation, Words, Passion, Resurrection, Ascension and Sacramental Presence – is reflected in 21 a cappella motets spanning time and space from 11th-century France to 20th-century Russia and America.

Illumina

Choir of Clare College Cambridge
Timothy Brown (conductor)

Illumina

A rich programme on the theme of light, recorded in the magnificent acoustic of the Ely Cathedral Lady Chapel and featuring the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge under Timothy Brown. The music ranges from Gregorian chant to Rautavaara, and features a rare recording of Ligeti’s Lux Aeterna.

Sing, ye Heavens

The Cambridge Singers | City of London Sinfonia
John Rutter (conductor)

Sing, ye Heavens

21 hymns reflecting 15 centuries of Christianity. Gregorian chant rubs shoulders with German chorales, Celtic folk melodies and 18th-century London street songs (in Anglican guise) in arrangements ranging from delicate harp accompaniment to thrilling festival treatments with brass, timpani, percussion and organ.

John Rutter: Mass of the Children

The Cambridge Singers | Cantate Youth Choir | City of London Sinfonia | Joanne Lunn (soprano) | Roderick Williams (baritone)
John Rutter (conductor)

John Rutter: Mass of the Children

Mass of the Children was written to bring children’s and adults’ choirs together, in the way that performing in Britten's War Requiem did for the young John Rutter as a school chorister. The five-movement work has become popular with choirs the world over. Eight anthems and motets complete the album.

Tarik O’Regan: Voices

Choir of Clare College Cambridge
Timothy Brown (conductor)

Tarik O’Regan: Voices

Voices, a collection of 14 première recordings of the music of Tarik O'Regan, one of the most exciting choral composers to emerge in the 21st century. His music is tonal, although edgy and definably contemporary.

Lighten our Darkness

The Cambridge Singers
John Rutter (conductor)

Lighten our Darkness

The complete Office of Compline in English, as recorded in the sumptuous acoustic of the Ely Cathedral Lady Chapel, together with 18 lovely a cappella motets written to adorn the the evening worship of the church. Two-CD set.

Handel: Messiah

The Cambridge Singers | Royal Philharmonic Orchestra | John Rutter (conductor)

Handel: Messiah

The world's best-loved sacred choral work. Among Handel's 20 or more oratorios, Messiah has long been the most-often performed, holding a place of honour in the hearts of audiences everywhere. This beautiful two-CD set features the complete oratorio.