Here – with apologies for sound and video quality – is a recording of The Huddersfield Singers performing Borodin’s Polovtsian Dances at the Song and Dance Summer concert, 5th July 1997. John S. Bailey is the accompanist; the choir is conducted by Philip Honnor.
Here are a couple of audio clips of The Huddersfield Singers performing Victoria’s Tenebræ Responsories at the Easter 1998 concert. Both clips were taken from a recording of the same concert (now available on CD). Note that both of these samples have been reduced in quality in order to minimize their file size and downloading time. The CD (see the Recordings page for details) is produced to commercial standards.
|Victoria Tenebræ Responsories|
|Sample 1 (1' 53"): 448K MP3 file||(Unus ex Discipulis meis)|
|Sample 2 (2' 23"): 568K MP3 file||(Seniores Populi)|
Also available is an extract from the Easter 2007 concert, which was a combined performance involving The Huddersfield Singers and the Reigate Grammar School Parents’ and Friends’ Music Society. The extract is of the very start of the concert: the opening Kyrie eleison from Rossini’s Petite Messe Solenelle.
|Rossini Petite Messe Solennelle|
|Sample 3 (2' 35"): 1000K MP3 file||(Opening Kyrie eleison)|
Finally, here is a copy of the choir’s contribution to the Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre’s 2007 production of The Tempest: Arun Ghosh’s Juno and Ceres. For more information about this recording, see the dedicated The Tempest page.
|Ghosh Juno and Ceres|
|The Tempest (0' 52"): 2MB MP3 file||(Complete item)|