In addition to performing and touring, the Chamber Chorale has
available several commercial recordings that present a variety of
choral literature. To order a recording online, please
A Celebration of Life (2009)
Arsis Audio CD 171
A celebration of the choral works of composer Giancarlo Aquilanti, who serves as Stanford University's Director of Theory. This collaberation between the Stanford Chamber Chorale and Philharmonia presents the new chamber orchestration of Mass: A Celebration of Life. Also featured is Aquilanti's elegant setting of Ubi Caritas, and his setting of the Magnificat for choir, brass, and percussion. To order this recording online, please click here. You may also visit the Arsis Audio website for additional information on this recording.
7 Joys of Christmas and Beyond (2005)
Arsis Audio CD 403
The first ever recording of the
complete Christmas choral works of Kirke Mechem. Featuring: The Seven Joys
of Christmas (version with chamber orchestra), Two Christmas Ballads, Christmas
Past & Christmas Present, and much more. To order this recording online, please click here. You may also visit the Arsis Audio website for additional information on this recording.
Choral Reflections (2002)
Pictoria Records PR 11192
A diverse program ranging from Byrd
to Bruckner, Chen Yi to Crabtree, Biebl to Bárdos. As with all Stanford
Chamber Chorale CDs, Choral Reflections was recorded in the magnificent
acoustic of Stanford University's Memorial Church. To order this recording online, please click here.
Pictoria Records PR 11172 (out of print)
A Christmas album in the British tradition
with well-known and beloved arrangements of carols from David Willcocks,
John Rutter, and Charles Wood, along with new carols by American composers
Brian Holmes, Alf Houkom, and Morten Lauridsen. Performances of Bach Chorale
Preludes by world-renowned organist Robert Bates round out the program. John
Bertalot, Choirmaster Emeritus of Blackburn Cathedral, Lancashire, England, calls the
recording "...a tour de force of choral technique [that] gives me unbounded
My Spirit Sang
All Day: A Portrait in Song (1998)
Stanford University Records
SUCD 102 (out of print)
A collection featuring a wide range of repertoire
from the English part songs of Gerald Finzi that inspired the title, to works
from Aotearoa (New Zealand) and Hawai‘i.