Category Archives: Recordings

Bottesini’s Requiem

In our latest recording for Naxos, the Joyful Company of Singers joined forces with the London Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Tom Martin to record Bottesini’s Requiem. Giovanni Bottesini (1822 – 1899, Italy) was best known as a double … Continue reading

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The soundtrack to your life… where can you hear Joyful Company today?

In addition to our formal output, Joyful Company has had a busy year or so recording soundtracks. So if you are hitting the tourist trail in London, you can hear us here… http://www.theviewfromtheshard.com/ or here… http://www.hrp.org.uk/toweroflondon/stories/crownjewels or if you fancy … Continue reading

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Holst

Our last recording under the baton of Richard Hickox, this disc features The Perfect Fool, The Golden Goose, The Morning of the Year and The Lure, accompanied by BBC National Orchestra of Wales.

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Malcolm Williamson

“Malcolm Williamson’s choral output has been sparingly covered on CD so this new recording by NAXOS is very welcome. Doubly so as it features the excellent Joyful Company of Singers under Peter Broadbent, one of Europe’s leading chamber choirs. This … Continue reading

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“Sing Joyfully” anthology album – £10

Music from 21 years of the choir’s history. Includes works by Vaughan Williams, Harvey, Berkeley, Hoddinott, Horovitz, Rutter and Tavener. Album price is £10 + £2 post and packaging  

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Plum Pudding

Described in a 5 star review on Amazon as “amusing and warm” this makes an excellent addition to any collection of festive music. Playlist highlights range from popular favourites such as “Deck the Halls” and “The Twelve Days of Christmas” … Continue reading

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Vaughan Williams

JCS performs the “Garden of Proserpine”, a work which waited 112 years for a public performance. The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and JCS gave that at the English Music Festival in 2011, as well as recording it. “More mouthwatering discoveries,played with … Continue reading

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