The Choir's latest recordings are released on the College's own label. All are available from The Shop at King's.
Organ Works (2015)
The Director of Music Stephen Cleobury released an album of organ music in May 2015. The recording is the first ever surround sound recordings of the great Harrison & Harrison organ in the Chapel of King’s College. See the news story.
Evensong Live 2015 (2015)
A collection of tracks recorded live in the Chapel as the Choir sang Evensong services. The pieces were originally broadcast from the webcasts page and provide a snapshot of the daily singing of the Choir. For details see the news story.
English Hymn Anthems (2015)
This album contains anthems based on hymn tunes from the Anglican choral tradition. It continues the Choir’s active commitment to expanding the popular understanding of choral repertoire through original research and recording. For details see the news story.
Easter from King's (DVD) (2015)
Easter from King's was recorded by the BBC in Easter 2014. It features seasonal hymns and readings alongside choral favourites, including Allegri’s Miserere, the Lacrimosa from Mozart’s Requiem, the Hallelujah Chorus from Handel’s Messiah. For details see the news story.
Favourite Carols from King's (CD) and Carols from King's (DVD) (2014)
Favourite Carols from King's is a 2014 recording of the best-loved carols the Choir sing. Carols from King's is a recording of the televised service of the same name, filmed by the BBC last year. For details see the news story.
Fauré: Requiem (2014)
This is the first recording of Marc Rigaudière’s new reconstruction of the earliest complete liturgical performance of the Requiem. It faithfully recreates the 1889 premiere, even using the organ stops available to the organist at the L'église de la Madeleine in Paris. The instruments and techniques used by the orchestra are typical of those used in a French orchestra of the late 19th century. The expanded version of the Requiem, as edited by John Rutter, is also included on this album for comparison. For details see the news story.
Britten: St Nicolas (2013)
This recording closely follows the staging and instrumentation of the première of the work at the first Aldeburgh Festival in 1948. Britten calls for a tenor soloist (Andrew Kennedy), chorus of men and boys (King’s College Choir), gallery chorus of girls (Sawston Village College Choir), orchestra (Britten Sinfonia) and congregation of mixed voices (Cambridge University Music Society). The two-disc package comes with a standard CD and an SACD containing high definition stereo and 5.1 surround mixes.
Mozart Requiem: Realisations (2013)
This release includes a full recording of the Requiem in the completion by Franz Xaver Süssmayr, followed by full movements completed by other composers. The second disc presents a 68-minute audio documentary on the musical roots of the Requiem.
Nine Lessons and Carols (2012)
This album recreates the magic of the famous Christams Eve service, opening with a lone treble singing 'Once in royal David's city' and closing with a rousing chorus of 'Hark! the herald angels sing'.
A Year at King's (2010)
A Year at King's showcases the vast range of music that the Choir performs. The tracks include music sung through the festivals of Advent, Christmas, Candlemas, Lent and Easter.
A live recording of King's College Choir, from a recording made in King's College Chapel during Easter 2009 and broadcast in cinemas around the world. Also available as a DVD.
Sir David was Director of Music at King’s College from 1957 to 1974, and an influential choirmaster. This album contains many of the best-known pieces Sir David recorded with King's College Choir.
Original 1964 Argo recording released in its entirety on CD for the first time in 2011. The recording includes the famous version of Allegri's Miserere with Roy Goodman.
This double CD contains a re-release of the popular Psalms of David series previously released as three volumes. The Psalms are conducted by Sir David Wilcox and Sir Philip Ledger.
A compilation of music from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, including works by Tallis, Allegri, Monteverdi and Byrd.