A Banquet of Voices £9.00

The Cambridge Singers
John Rutter (conductor)
Helen Gough (baroque cello)
William Hunt (violone)
Wayne Marshall (chamber organ)


A Banquet of Voices

A sumptuous programme of music for multiple choirs with the dazzling Tallis 40-part motet Spem in alium nunquam habui as the centrepiece.
This is a re-release of the classic Cambridge Singers recording, using modern digital sound restoration, allowing the music to be heard in its full sonic splendour.

A Song in Season £14.00

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

A Song in Season

A collection of Rutter’s festival canticles, anthems and motets composed in the 21st century and encompassing the seasons of the liturgical year. Includes Look to the Day, composed for Cancer Research UK, and the popular harvest anthem Look at the World.

Gloria £9.00

The Cambridge Singers | Philip Jones Brass Ensemble | City of London Sinfonia
John Rutter (conductor)


Alongside Gloria and several of Rutter’s most popular shorter pieces (including For the Beauty of the Earth and All things Bright and Beautiful), are pieces especially recorded for this release – Cantate Domino, Arise, Shine, Wedding Canticle and Hymn to the Creator of Light.

Flora gave me fairest flowers £9.00

The Cambridge Singers
John Rutter (conductor)

Flora gave me fairest flowers

John Rutter directs members of the Cambridge Singers in a programme of English Madrigals.

This is the day £14.00

The Cambridge Singers | Aurora Orchestra
John Rutter (conductor)

This is the day

Inspired by the royal wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in 2011, this album highlights music commissioned or chosen by the Royal Family for their own weddings, funerals and anniversaries during the lifetime of Queen Elizabeth II.

Be thou my vision £9.00

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

Be thou my vision

Gathered from across the Collegium catalogue, Be thou my vision includes all of the sacred choral pieces for which Rutter is justly famous, representing for the first time a handy compendium of the best-loved Rutter works in their definitive performances by the Cambridge Singers, directed by the composer.

Visions and Requiem £14.00

The Cambridge Singers | Choristers of the Temple Church | Aurora Orchestra | Kerson Leong (violin)
John Rutter (conductor)

Visions and Requiem

John Rutter’s Visions is a four-movement showpiece for solo violin, string orchestra, harp and choir of treble voices, based on the theme of Jerusalem, the Holy City of prophetic imaginations. Alongside it, the Cambridge Singers take advantage of 30 years of technology advancement and revisit his immensely popular Requiem.

The Sacred Flame £14.00

The Cambridge Singers | La Nuova Musica
John Rutter (conductor)

The Sacred Flame

A treasure-trove of Baroque and Renaissance motets, including works by Bach, Buxtehude, Gabrieli, Gesualdo, Monteverdi, Palestrina, Schütz and Sweelinck. All performed in glorious new recordings from the Cambridge Singers at their sensuous and virtuosic best, joined here on disc by the acclaimed early music ensemble La Nuova Musica.

Mass of the Children £14.00

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

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.

The Sprig of Thyme £9.00

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

The Sprig of Thyme

The Sprig of Thyme offers a selection of traditional songs of the British Isles, with long-standing favourites as Willow Song and The Miller of Dee and lesser known gems as O Can Ye Sew Cushions and The Sprig of Thyme. The album includes many new settings for choir and small instrumental group by John Rutter.