We are aware of the following published recordings. Please contact us if you know of others.
Psalms 133 & 141 on Priory PRCD 1189 O Sacrum Convivium - Music for the Mass sung by the choirs of St George's Metropolitan Cathedral Southwark, directed by Norman Harper (Caius 1970) and accompanied by Frederick Stocken. Available from St George's Cathedral @ £11.99 plus p&p - also available generally c/o Priory's distributors.
People, look East on Christmas with St John's, Signum Classics released November 2016. A sample of the track can be listened to on the Hyperion website: http://www.hyperion-records.co.uk/dw.asp?dc=W19186_GBLLH1645818
If ye would hear the angels sing on Dormi Jesu: A Caius Christmas, 2014, Delphian http://www.cai.cam.ac.uk/recordings/dormi-jesu-a-caius-christmas
If ye would hear the angels sing on Nine Lessons & Carols, King's College Choir, Stephen Cleobury, 2012, available through Hyperion http://www.hyperion-records.co.uk/dc.asp?dc=D_KGS0001 (the web page includes sound clips of all tracks including If ye would hear).
Festive Overture (1966), track 1 on John Ireland: Orchestral songs and miniatures, 2010, Dutton Vocalion http://www.duttonvocalion.co.uk/proddetail.php?prod=CDLX7246 also shared on YouTube (but for how long!?)
The commemoration CD.
Sonatina for pianoforte private recording made by John Fraser, 2004, for Christopher Bishop, as a gift to Elizabeth Jane Howard.
Psalms 102 and 103 on Psalms from St Paul's, Vol. 8 93-104, Hyperion http://www.hyperion-records.co.uk/dc.asp?dc=D_CDP11008
Various tracks on Music from Caius, 1985, Vista Records (out of print, but remaining copies can be purchased from Gonville and Caius College - please contact the Choir Administrator - or 2nd-hand copies can be found on the internet). We have transcribed the 16-page booklet produced by Peter Tranchell into this site.
Psalms 102 and 103 in a live BBC radio broadcast from St Paul’s Cathedral London, 20 December 1978, with the choir of St Paul’s Cathedral, directed by Barry Rose, and Christopher Dearnley (organ), now published on YouTube by the "Archive of Recorded Church Music". Psalm 102 is at 3:20, and 103 is at 10:49.