Stanford: Gloria in excelsis

This page lists all recordings of Gloria in excelsis, by Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924) on CD, DVD & download (MP3 & FLAC). Generally, more recent releases are listed first, but with priority given to those that are in stock.

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Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee

Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee

Alcock, W G:

Psalm 91 'Whoso dwelleth under the defence of the Most High'


God Save The Queen


Jubilate Deo in C major (1961)


O God, our Help in Ages past


Be Strong and of Good Courage


Coronation Anthem No. 1, HWV258 'Zadok the Priest'

Water Music Suite No. 1 in F major, HWV348: Air

Harwood, B:

Luckington 'Let all the world in every corner sing'


I Vow to Thee, My Country


Behold, O God our defender

Hughes, J:

Guide me, O thou great Redeemer (Cwm Rhondda)

Irvine, Jessie:

The Lord's My Shepherd (Crimond)


Trumpet Tune

Christ is made the sure foundation (Westminster Abbey)


Love divine, all loves excelling (Blaenwern)


Gloria in excelsis


Make me a Channel of your Peace


I would be true, tune from County Derry (solo treble)

Be thou my vision

Vaughan Williams:

The Old Hundredth Psalm Tune 'All people that on earth do dwell'


Orb and Sceptre

Griffin - GCCD4077



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Sing Alleluia

Sing Alleluia

Favourite anthems from Rochester Cathedral


The Fair Chivalry


How lovely are Thy dwellings


Sing joyfully


Be thou my vision

Ferguson, B:

It was in that train

Gibbons, O:

See, see, the Word is incarnate

Goss, J:

O Saviour of the World


Coronation Anthem No. 1, HWV258 'Zadok the Priest'


Solus Ad Victimam


Hear My Prayer


I give to you a new commandment


I was glad


O God, thou art my god, Z35


The Lord bless you and keep you


God so loved the world


Gloria in excelsis

Roger Sayer (organ)

Rochester Cathedral Choir, Scott Farrell and Dan Soper (directors)

A wonderfully-varied collection of favourite (and some rare!) anthems from this under-recorded cathedral choir.

Includes music associated with Rochester with music from Robert Ashfield and Barry Ferguson.

Robert Ashfield’s classic large-scale setting of The Fair Chivaly and Barry Feguson’s beautiful setting of words by St Theresa of Calcutta It was in that train.

Classic Handel, beautiful modern works from Bob Chilcott and Peter Nardone and a rare recording of Stanford’s magnificent Coronation Gloria.

Scott Farrell’s first recording with the choir since being appointed Director of Music at Rochester in 2008.

Early Music

Regent - REGCD329


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A Choral Festival

A Choral Festival

Alcock, W G:


Attwood, T:

Turn thy face from my sins


The Lord's my shepherd (Brother James' Air)


Let my Prayer come up


Agnus Dei


Wie lieblich sind deine Wohnungen (from Ein Deutsches Requiem, Op. 45)


O Praise God In His Holiness (Psalm 150)




Jubilate & Te Deum in B flat, Op. 10

Gloria in excelsis

Vaughan Williams:

Sanctus from Mass in G minor

Festival Te Deum


O Lord, our Governor

Wills, A:

The Carol of King Canute

Chandos Collect - CHAN6603



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Anthems from King's

Anthems from King's

English choral favourites

Bainton, E:

And I saw a new heaven

Davies, Walford:

God be in my head

Gardiner, H B:

Evening Hymn (Te lucis ante terminum)

Harris, W:

Bring us, O Lord God

Faire is the Heaven


Like as the Hart


Greater Love Hath No Man

Naylor, E W:

Vox dicentis: Clama


I was glad


Gloria in excelsis

Beati quorum via, Op. 38 No. 3

Vaughan Williams:

Let all the world in every corner sing

Wood, C:

Hail, gladdening Light

Stephen Cleobury conducts the choir of King's College, Cambridge in this memorable recital of English Romantic choral music, exquisitely sung and superbly recorded in stereo and 5.1 surround sound in the college's famous chapel.

Timed to coincide with the Golden Jubilee celebrations of Queen Elizabeth II, this new DVD presents a mouth-watering collection of favourite anthems. Appropriately, it includes some of the music sung at the Coronation service itself in 1953. It also features two sublime anthems by William Harris, the man who taught Princess Elizabeth the piano.


•BBC fly-on-the-wall documentary on the life of the King’s choristers

•Stanford Organ Prelude shot at King’s College with multi-angle user options

•20 page illustrated booklet in English, French and German




SUBTITLES: FR/DE (Documentary only)

DVD Video

Region: 0

Format: PAL

Opus Arte - OA0835D

(DVD Video)


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Stanford: Sacred Choral Music Volumes 1-3

Stanford: Sacred Choral Music Volumes 1-3


Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis in B flat, Op. 10

Stephen Farr (organ)

The Lord is my shepherd

Stephen Farr (organ)

Three Latin Motets, Op. 38

Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis in A, Op. 12

Stephen Farr (organ)

If thou shalt confess with thy mouth Op. 37 No. 2

Christopher Monks (organ)

Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis in F, Op. 36

Stephen Farr (organ)

And I saw another angel Op. 37 No. 1

Christopher Monks (organ)

Pater Noster

Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis in E flat, 1873

Christopher Monks (organ)

Jubilate & Te Deum in B flat, Op. 10

Stephen Farr (organ)

Evening Service (Magnificat & Nunc dimittis) in G major, Op. 81

Stephen Farr (organ)

Bible Songs and Six Hymns Op. 113

David Hill , Christopher Monks (organ)

Te Deum (from Service in C major, Op 115)

Stephen Farr (organ)

Benedictus (from Service in C major, Op 115)

Stephen Farr (organ)

Jubilate (from Service in C major, Op 115)

Stephen Farr (organ)

Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis in C, Op. 115

Stephen Farr (organ)

Ye Choirs of New Jerusalem, Op. 123

Stephen Farr (organ)

Gloria in excelsis

from the Festal Communion Service in B flat, Op. 128

Stephen Farr (organ)

St Patrick's Breastplate

Stephen Farr (organ)

Glorious and Powerful God, Op. 135 No. 3

Eternal Father, Op. 135 No. 2

For lo, I raise up, Op. 145

Stephen Farr (organ)

Magnificat in B flat for double choir, Op. 164

Lighten our darkness

Chrisopher Monks (organ)

How beauteous are their feet

Stephen Farr (organ)

Sir Charles Villiers Stanford is a central figure in Anglican church music. His many settings of the Magnificat and Nunc dimittis are evensong for generations of choirboys and church-goers. This three-disc set contains a generous selection of Stanford’s sacred choral music—settings for Matins and Evensong, motets, anthems and hymns—perfectly performed by Winchester Cathedral Choir at its best, conducted by David Hill.

“Hill and the Winchester Choir are superb. The choral tone is luscious, the discipline outstanding, the recording captures the sumptuous acoustics of the cathedral without blurring the musical details, and the performances are vivid and exciting yet carefully nuanced” American Record Guide

“Superb performances, supremely fine singing, magnificently directed. A delight for Stanford lovers” Organists Review

Hyperion - CDS44311/3

(CD - 3 discs)


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