Recordings Of The Choir

Purchasing Recordings of the Choir

The CDs listed below are all priced at 12.50.  Please contact the Cathedral Bookshop on 01437 720060 or email for details of how to obtain these recordings.

The Feast of St David: Music for Mattins, Eucharist & Evensong (2013)

St Davids Cathedral Choir

Daniel Cook director 
Simon Pearce organ

Lord who in thy perfect wisdom William Rowlands Preces and Responses Thomas Tomkins Psalm 15 Peter Hurford Festival Te Deum William Mathias Jubilate Deo from the St Davids Service David Briggs A Prayer for St David Alexander Mason King of Glory, King of Peace William Harris Missa Brevis Benjamin Britten O Ddewi Sanctaidd Meirion Wyn Jones Psalm 16 William Crotch St David's Service Neil Cox I saw the Lord (in the year that King Uzziah died) Matthew Martin Tydi a wnaeth y wyrth M. Eddie Evans

Christmas from St Davids (2009)

St Davids Cathedral Choir

Alexander Mason director 
Simon Pearce organ

Lo! he comes with clouds descending English, 18th century  Benedictus in C Stanford  Come, thou Redeemer of the earth Praetorius Adam lay ybounden Ord Never weather beaten sail Shephard The Angel Gabriel Old Basque  Of the Father's heart begotten Piae Cantiones O thou, the central orb Wood There is no rose Joubert The little road to Bethlehem Head   Once in royal David's city H J Gauntlett In the bleak mid-winter Darke Away in a manager Kirkpatrick Cwsg fy maban Williams O little town of Bethlehem English trad. Bethlehem Down Warlock Here is the little door Howells Lulla, lulla, thou little tiny child Leighton O come, all ye faithful English, 18th century White Christmas Berlin

Blessed City - Favourite Anthems from St Davids

St Davids Cathedral Choir

Alexander Mason director
Simon Pearce organ

A prayer of St David Mason I will lift up mine eyes Walker Give us the wings of faith Bullock How lovely are thy dewllings (From A German Requiem) Brahms Behold, the tabernacle of God Harris Blessed City, heavenly Salem Bairstow O nata lux Tallis Evening Canticles in G Stanford For the fallen Blatchly Agnus Dei (from The Armed Man - A Mass for Peace) Jenkins O Living Bread! Who once didst die Whitlock On Eagles' Wings L'Estrange The St Davids Service Briggs

Sing Joyfully

St Davids Cathedral Choir

Timothy Noon director
Simon Pearce organ

Sing Joyfully Jesu! Dulcis Memoria A Song for St Cecilia's Day When to the temple Mary went Nature's Hymn to the Deity Te Deum in A (Stanford) Festival Jubilate Exultemus Incantation pour un jour saint Magnificat in D (Sumsion) Nunc Dimittis in F (Watson) Thou Knowest, Lord And I saw a new heaven Love divine I was glad

Walking in a Garden

St Davids Cathedral Choir

Timothy Noon director 
Simon Pearce organ

In ieiunio et fletu Nolo mortem peccatoris The Lamentation Stabat Mater dolorosa Miserere Ex Ore Innocentium Christus der uns Selig Macht Saraband for the morning of Easter Exsultate Deo I know that my redeemer liveth Awake, thou wintry earth Ye choirs of new Jerusalem Walking in a garden Now the green blade riseth Blessed be the God and Father

Short extracts from recordings

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O thou, the central orb by Charles Wood from "Christmas at St Davids"
Coventry Carol by Kenneth Leighton also from the Christmas disc

Three extracts from the organ disc:
Part of the Occasional Overture by Handel
The end of Dieu parmi nous by Olivier Messiaen,
and part of Cesar Franck's Piece Heroique

A Prayer of St David from "Blessed City"
Stanford in G, part of the Magnificat also from "Blessed City"

The choir sings live Choral Evensong on Radio 3 each year. Here is an extract (not available as a recording) from the introit,sung in 2010, a first performance of a piece by David Bednall.

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