Over the last few years, LCC have been involved in a number of commercial recordings. The pages in this section give more details, including how to get hold of the CDs, if available.

Outcry (1988)

Outcry In 1988, London Concert Choir recorded Outcry, a cycle of nature poems for Contralto, Chorus and Orchestra, by Peter Dickinson.

The original release (Conifer - CDCF 167) does not appear to available, but the recording was re-released together with Dickinson's Piano Concerto and Organ Concerto in 1999 (Albany / Priory Records – 34061036029). This is available from Amazon.co.uk and Ciao.co.uk.

Sing Praises (2002)

Sing Praises In May 2002, London Concert Choir recorded the works first performed in their March 2002 concert at Southwark Cathedral. The recording was made at the Temple Church, London, with Mark Forkgen conducting, and Alexander Mason (organ) and Andrew Rupp (baritone).

  • Give unto the Lord (Psalm 29) – Edward Elgar
  • When Israel came out of Egypt (Psalm 114) – Zoltán Kodály
  • Liebe Erfüllt mich, weil der Herr (Psalm 116) – Anton Bruckner
  • Thou O God Art Praised in Sion (Psalm 65) – Keith Roberts
  • O clap your hands (Psalm 47) – Vaughan Williams
  • Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied (Psalm 98) – Felix Mendelssohn
  • Great is the Lord (Psalm 48) – Edward Elgar

Stamatis Spanoudakis (2006)

Stamatis CD On Saturday 8 April 2006, the Greek composer and musician Stamatis Spanoudakis appeared at the Royal Albert Hall in London, with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra accompanied by the London Concert Choir, to perform a programme of his own music. The recording of this concert has now been released on CD, which is currently available from www.greekshops.com.