Our recordings

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Legend and Fantasy

The 2020 release of Legend and Fantasy. Recorded in late 2019 the CD contains our latest songs and the work of gifted soloists.  To purchase go to Store.

On Dragon Wings

This CD was made especially for the 2014 tour to Wales. England and Ireland.  It includes old favourites Cwm Rhondda and Men of Harlech, but none of the other 18 tracks has ever been recorded previously by the choir.  Most of them are new songs which form the basis of our current repertoire.  Soloist Greg McCreanor and narrator Clive Woosnam are also featured.

A Time to Remember

This includes a lot of new material such as Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah”, the haunting “May It Be” and the powerful “African Alleluia”, as well as a number of Christmas Carols, including “O Holy Night” featuring soloist Cheryl Priest.  Cheryl sings three other solos, while narrator Clive Woosnam’s live performance of “A Child’s Christmas in Wales” at the Riverside Theatre adds another seasonal touch.

Our other CDs

Our 2006 CD, As Long As We Have Music (left), featuring “A Seekers celebration”, “Oh what a beautiful morning” and Welsh classics “Nant y mynydd”, “Mawlgan” and “Ar hyd y nos”.

l Keep A Welcome (right) from 2002, featuring “Calon Lan”, “Cwm Rhondda”, “I still call Australia home” and the lovely “All in the April evening”.

Words from Wales

The 2016 CD by narrator Clive Woosnam.  A splendid collection of spoken word pieces from this master of recitation, including excerpts from Dylan Thomas’s works, such as “Under Milkwood” and “A Child’s Christmas in Wales”, and an entertaining tale of Welsh Rugby by the late actor, Richard Burton.

You can hear the tracks from the recording by clicking on this link:  www.girvanfestival.trad.org.uk/clivewoosnam/