Despite being in existence since 1928, our first commercially released recording wasn’t made until 1994, with the release of a cassette tape, “Oxford Welsh Male Voice Choir at Jesus College Chapel“. Since then, we have released 6 more recordings on CD, each with slightly more imaginative titles.

The last two, “Let All Men Sing” and “Remembrance” are still available. They are for sale at our concerts for £10 each or £15 for both, or by post for £12 each or £17.50 for both.

Let All Men SingLet All Men Sing

Recorded at the Church of St Thomas of Canterbury, Goring. 4th July 2017

On this, our 90th Birthday CD, we have aimed to reflect the full range of the Welsh Male Voice Choir repertoire, from hymns and much-loved Welsh songs, folk songs both traditional and modern and 20th Century standards. We have chosen pieces which reflect our history (such as Myfanwy and Llanfair, which were performed by the choir in the 1930s) and also new pieces, such as Anfonaf Angel, published as recently as 2008. The title ‘Let All Men Sing’ sums up how we all feel about the joy of coming together in song.

Let All Men Sing, Llanfair, Anfonaf Angel, With a Voice of Singing, Danny Boy
If We Only Have Love, Pokarekare Ana, Fields of Athenry, Suo Gan
Alexander’s Ragtime Band, Myfanwy, Tenaram Voce Audio (Sarah)


Recorded at the Church of St John the Baptist, Stanton St John. 26th July 2014

It’s a wonderful recording, made possible by the excellent acoustics of the Church. It was recorded and edited by Matt Watkins and features choir friends, soprano Hannah Nye (tracks 4 and 13) and Julie Goldsmith (Trumpet). The brilliant playing by Tim Croston on piano and Andrew Patterson on organ,  combined with superb direction by MD Helen Swift ensure that this is our best CD to date.

The Last Post, Do you hear the people sing? Bring him home, Easter Hymn, You’ll never walk alone
Roll Jordan, Roll, Songs of the First World War, Mansions of the Lord, The Lord’s Prayer
Anthem, Ave Maria, Hafan Gobaith, Morte Christe, Tydi a Roddaist, World in Union, Trumpet Reveille

 The following are previous recordings which are no longer available.

‘Oxford Rhapsody’

Recorded at Westminster College Chapel, September 2010 

Men of Harlech American Trilogy Morte Criste
Let it Be Me Unchained Melody You’ll Never Walk Alone
Bohemian Rhapsody What Would I do Without My Music O Gymru
Gwahoddiad When I Fall In Love When The Saints
Song of the Jolly Roger Nessun Dorma  

At Home’ 

with the Oxford Welsh Male Voice Choir 

Recorded at a St Michael and All Angels Church in Summertown, Oxford on 1st December 2007.

Take Me Home Danny Boy Deus Salutis
Rachie Laudamus Bring Him Home
O Isis and Osiris You Raise Me Up Stout Hearted Men
Arwelfa Soldiers Chorus He Ain’t Heavy
The Creation Pan For Nos Un Hir African Prayer

Live in Woodstock’  

Recorded live at a concert in St. Mary Magdalene Church, Woodstock on May 6 2006.

Llanfair Every time I feel the Spirit My Lord what a Morning
Lily of the Valley Calon Lan American Trilogy
Lord’s Prayer Speed your Journey Battle Hymn
Bryn Calfaria / Laudamus The Rose Close Thine eyes
Let there be Peace Love could I only tell thee Cwm Rhondda
Ar Lan y Mor Myfanwy
Calm is the Sea Softly as I leave you

Celebrating 75 Years’ 

Recorded at Challow Park Recital Hall, Wantage on 17th November 2002.  

Amen Alexanders Ragtime band What would I do without music
We’ll keep a welcome Going Home Sunset Poem
Deus Salutis Yfory Morte Christe
Old Time Religion Pilgrims Chorus Rachie
Let it be me When the Saints Gwahoddiad
She Paid a Deud Take Me Home

Oxford Welsh Male Voice Choir at Jesus College Chapel

Recorded in Jesus College Chapel by Fred Snelgrove on 17th September 1994.

Gwahoddiad Bugeilo’r Gwenith Gwyn When the Saints
Steal Away Softly as I leave you Bryn Myrddin
Yellow Bird Battle Hymn of the Republic Eriskay Love Lilt
Rhythm of Life Tydi a Roddaist The Rose
Bryn Calfaria / Laudamus Dashenka Take Me Home
My Luv is like a Red Red Rose Myfanwy Deus Salutis