Releases

The Choir is known to millions through its many recordings. Its impressive discography, which includes nearly 100 discs* which date back to its first recording in 1958, spans centuries of composition, and this breadth continues with the recent recordings of Mozart, Purcell, Wesley, and Harvey, all being released to much acclaim. (*This number does not include re-releases).

Advent Live

In May 2016, the College launched its brand new St John’s recording label (in conjunction with Signum).   This exciting new venture will not only be releasing the Choir's upcoming CDs, but also recordings by some of the world-class musicians who are members of the College community and alumni.

After their first release on the new label, 'DEO' was met with critical acclaim – as well as winning a BBC Music Magazine Award in 2017 –  the College released three further Choir discs: 'Christmas with St John's' in 2016, KYRIE in 2017, and 'Mass in G minor' in 2018. On Friday 19th October, we released the sixth disc on the label, Advent Live: a collection of live BBC recordings from our Advent Carol services.

Order your copy of Advent Live here.

Advent Live
October 2018
KYRIE
September 2017
Deo
May 2016
The Call: More Choral Classics from St John's
August 2015
French sacred choral works
January 2015
When David Heard
September 2014
Ascrbe unto the Lord
February 2013
My Beloved Spake
October 2012
On Christmas Night
September 2011
Voices from Heaven
January 2009
Meditation
July 2004
Set me as a seal
January 1995
Welsh Music
January 1987
Requiem (Mozart)
January 1987
Music by Allegri
January 1982
Music by Mozart
January 1981
Music by Mozart
March 1980
Music by Pergolesi
February 1980
Music by Haydn
February 1978
Music by Palestrina I
February 1968
Heiligmesse (Haydn)
January 1967
Harmoniemesse (Haydn)
February 1966
Music by Monteverdi
February 1965
Hymns for all seasons
February 1963
Stainer Crucifixion
January 1961
Hear my prayer
January 1958

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This week's webcast is of the Eucharist held on All Souls' Day, which commemorates All Souls, the Holy Souls, or the Faithful Departed; that is, the souls of Christians who have died. The setting of the Requiem Mass is Maurice Duruflé's monumental Op. 9, published in 1948.

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