One of the world’s leading liturgical choirs, the Saint Thomas Choir of Men & Boys of Fifth Avenue, New York, with their renowned director John Scott, begin a major new collaboration with Resonus Classics with this new and exciting recording of Motets by J.S. Bach.
John joins fellow organists Simon Preston and Jonathan Biebly, conductors George Guest, Sir David Willcocks, and Sir William McKie, and the King’s College Choir, Cambridge and the Choir of Westminster Abbey.
John joins Cambridge Singers, Philip Jones Brass Ensemble, and the City of London Sinfonia with John Rutter conducting his own settings of sacred texts.
John joins the Westminster Singers and Congregation with Richard Hickox conducting Stainer’s “The Crucifixion”.
John accompanies the Cambridge Singers and the City of London Sinfonia with John Rutter conducting.
John conducts the Bach Choir, the Choristers of St Paul’s Cathedral, and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in the Benedictus of Howard Blake.
John accompanies the Bach Choir in music by Walton under the baton of Sir David Willcocks.
John accompanies the English Chamber Orchestra and Corydon Singers performing the Fauré Requiem. Matthew Best conducts.
John accompanies the Cambridge Singers with the City of London Sinfonia playing the music of John Rutter with the composer conducting.
John accompanies the Croydon Singers under Matthew Best performing motets by Johannes Brahms.
John performs with the City of London Sinfonia and Harry Bicket with John Rutter conducting.
John Rutter conducts the choristers of St Paul’s Cathedral and the City of London Sinfonia in his own sacred compositions.
John joins the Fanfare Trumpeters of the Royal Military School of Music and Graham Ashton Brass Ensemble at the organ of Guildford Cathedral under the baton of Sir David Willcocks.
John joins the City of London Sinfonia at the organ of St Jude-on-the-hill in London under the baton of Matthew Best.
John joins the City of London Sinfonia under the baton of John Rutter in a collection of orchestral works by JS Bach.
John joins the English Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Matthew Best at the organ of St Jude-on-the-hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb in London.
John accompanies treble Connor Burrowes and Lutanist David Miller in works from the 17th century.
John joins The Cambridge Singers and the City of London Sinfonia Brass on the organ of St Alban the Martyr, Holborn, under the baton of John Rutter.
John joins the choir of London at the organ of St Alban the Martyr in Holborn under the baton of Andrew Carter.
John joins The Cambridge Singers and City of London Sinfonia under the baton of John Rutter.
John leads the Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral and the English Brass Ensemble is Christmas Music performed at St Paul’s Cathedral.
The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral perform settings of the Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis by Stanford, Walmisley, SS Wesley, Blair, Wood, and Brewer.
The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral perform the well-known Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis written for St Paul’s as well as other works by Herbert Howells.
John leads the Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral and organist Christopher Dearnley in great settings of the Magnficat and Nunc DImittis from the twentieth century.
John leads the Choir of St Paul’s, the English Brass Ensemble, and organist Christoper Dearnley in favorite hymns from the Cathedral.
John leads the Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral in works by Stainer, Wood, Finzi, Bairstow, Ireland, Hadley, Wood, Naylor, and SS Wesley.
John leads Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral in O Saviour of the World by John Goss and The Crucifixion by John Stainer.
Selections from the St Paul’s Cathedral Choir recorded for the Hyperion label in between 1980 and 1990.
John leads the Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral and organist Andrew Lucas in works by Mendelssohn, Brahms, Stanford, Britten, Rose, Allegri, Wise, and Harvey.
The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral performs works by the great Oxford composer. Featured works include Leighton’s setting of The Coventry Carol and the massive Second Evening Service.
The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral with organist Andrew Lucas perform works of the English choral repertoire including Viri Galilaei by Patrick Gowers and And I saw a new heaven by Edgar Bainton.
John conducts the Choir of Saint Paul’s Cathedral in works by the great organist of Westminster abbey, William Croft. Featured works include the Te Deum and Jubilate in D.
The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral with organist Andrew Lucas perform works by Stanford, Tavener, Parry, Harris, Wood, Walton, and Holst. Elgar’s Give unto the Lord is a featured work.
The Saint Paul’s Cathedral Choir present an album of both Christmas classics and lesser-known seasonal works. Composers include Howells, Delius, Brahms, Warlock, Britten and Holst.
This album features classic works by twentieth-century English composers including Mathias, Bairstow, Jackson, Howells, Harris, Orr, Stanford, Bullock, Harvey, Grier, and Parry.
The Cathedral Choir of St Paul’s performs classic choral works by twentieth-century English masters including Parry, Wesley, Wood, Harris, Tavener, Davies, Radcliffe, and Elgar.
John leads the St Paul’s Cathedral Choir in Christmas carol favorites. Works include O come all ye faithful, Away in a manger, The first nowell, Ding dong merrily on high, and Mary’s lullaby.
John leads the Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral in great English anthems with works by Stanford, Harvey, Elgar, Tippet, Bairstow, Dearnley, Harris, Tavener, Parry Walmisley, and Wood.
The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral perform music for the liturgical seasons of Lent,passiontide, and Easter. Featured works include The Lamentation of Bairstow and Christus factus est by Bruckner.
John leads the choristers of St Paul’s Cathedral in works by Faure, Rutter, Parry, Vaughn Williams, Oliver, Mendelssohn, and Blatchly. Also featured are some of John’s own arrangements.
The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral perform choral favorites from the season of advent. Works include the Mattins and Vesper Responsories after Palestrina and Britten’s A Hymn of St Columba.
John leads the Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral in Christmas favorites at Temple Church, London. Featured works include O come all ye faithful and Balulalow from Britten’s ‘A Ceremony of Carols’.
John leads the choir of St Paul’s Cathedral and the Parley of Instruments in music written for the cathedral. Repertoire includes both the Utrecht Te Deum and Utrecht Jubilate of Handel.
John conducts the choir of St. Paul’s Cathedral in famed English anthems of the twentieth century. Featured composers include Stanford, Leighton, and Howells.
John leads the Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral in the complete St Paul’s Cathedral Psalter, compiled and pointed by John himself. This was recorded over a seven-year period from 1993-2000.
John conducts the choir of St. Paul’s Cathedral in music written specifically for the Cathedral. Well known works include Parry’s I was Glad and Let the people praise thee, o God by Mathias.
John conducts the Choir of St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, as they perform epiphany music of all kinds. Works range from Byrd’s Praise our Lord, all ye gentiles to The Three Kings by Cornelius.
Music for remembrance by both great masters from past centuries and 20th/21st century composers. Featured works include both Duruflé’s beloved Ubi caritas and the in paradisum from his Requiem.
John conducts the Cathedral Choir of St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, in a collection of favorite English choral anthems. One of John’s own compositions is featured.
John leads the Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys and the Saint Thomas Brass with seasonal favorites, from Praetorius to Mathias, at Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue.
Easter on Fifth Avenue features works by, Bairstow, Stanford,and Byrd among others. The music is performed by the Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys and the Saint Thomas Brass.
John conducts the Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys, Concert Royal, and soloists in the Mozart orchestration of Handel’s Messiah.
John leads the Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys in the great Verspers: All Night Vigil by Sergei Rachmaninoff. This recording was made at Saint Thomas Church in the year 2008.
The Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys perform great works of American choral music, both old and new. Featured works include the Chichester Psalms of Bernstein.
John conducts the Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys in the sacred music of Henry Purcell. Featured works include Jehova, quam multi sunt, Te deum in D, and O Sing unto the Lord.
John conducts the Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys in two of the great Requiems of the twentieth-century by Howells and Durufle. Also on the album is Valiant-for-Truth by Vaughn Williams.
John performs the Glagothic Mass and Sinfonietta by Janáček with Michael Tilson Thomas conducting the London Symphony Chorus and Orchestra in Ratzeburg, Germany.
John plays with the BBC National Orchestra, Wales, under the direction of Richard Hickox, performing the Converto for Organ, Strings, Orchestra and Timpani by Kenneth Leighton.
John plays the Fantasia and Fugue on Ad nos, ad salutarem undam of Franz Liszt, known more broadly for his virtuoso piano compositions, on the organ of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London.
Played at the organ at the Cathedrla of St Paul’s, London. Works include the Prelude and Fugues in B Major and G Minor, the Esquisse in C major, E minor, and B flat Major, Te Terminum Op.38 No.6.
Some of John’s favorite compositions for the “king of instruments”. Featured works include Camille Saint Saens’ Fantasie in E-flat and Robert Schumann’s Canon in B minor Op.56.
The complete organ works of the great French composer and organist at the organ of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. Notable repertoire includes the Scherzo Op.2 and the Suite pour orgue Op.5.
Organ works by the great Felix Mendelssohn played at the organ at the Cathedral of St. Paul’s, London. Repertoire includes the Organ Sonata No.5 in Major Op.65 No.5 and Allegro in B flat major.
Recorded at the organ of St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, where John used to be Organist and Choirmaster, this album features works by Edward Elgar, Edward Bairstow, and William Harris.
This album of organ works by the prolific Welsh composer, famous for his choral and orchestral works, includes Fanfare, Processional, Invocations Op.35, and Recessional Op.96 No.4.
Works by twentieth-century masters including Gyorgy Ligeti’s Ricercare, Frank Martin’s Passacaille, and Arvo Pärt’s Pari Intervallo, and Anton Heiller’s Fantasia super Salve Regina.
This collection of organ music by Marcel Dupré, the great French organist, composer, and pedagogue, features the Symphonie-Passion Op. 23, Cortège et Litanie Op. 19 No. 2, and Deuxième Symphonie Op. 26.
Featured works include Kenneth Leighton’s Prelude, Scherzo and Passacaglia Op.41, Arvo Pärt’s Trivium, and Toccata Planyvanska by Bovet.
The Organ Sonata in C minor, Five Short Pieces, and Fantasie Choral No.1 in D flat major by Percy Whitlock (born Chatham Kent), student of Vaughn Williams at London’s Royal College of Music.
Featuring Hubert Parry’s Fantasia and Fugue in G, Robert Schumann’s Four Skecthes, and Percy Grainger’s Handel in the Strand.
Featured works include Wagner’s Overture from Die Meistersinger von Nuremberg, Jonathan Harvey’s Toccata for Organ and Tape, and Louis Vierne’s Carillon de Westminster.