Amphion Recordings have released a CD (Amphion CD PHI182) called The British Choral Tradition, vol.1, which contains two tracks recorded by the Sheffield Choir in 1926 and 1927, conducted by Sir Henry Coward. The tracks are performances of Stainer’s I am alpha and Wagner’s Hail Bright Abode.
No longer available, but uploaded to YouTube, is an old recording of The Sheffield Choir singing Te Deum laudamus by William Jackson, conducted by Sir Henry Coward; you can listen to it here.
An even older historic recording by the Sheffield Choir under Coward, dating from 1920, has been released by the Elgar Society (CDLX7042) in which the Choir sings Elgar’s From the Bavarian Highlands: Dance.
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