Recordings of I Sing of a Maiden are found on the following CD albums: (clear search)
Performed by the Llanfair Singers
The Christmas message is beautifully sung by the choir which serves the monastic community of St Benedict in Ealing. This collection contains favourites such as Coventry Carol and Away in a Manger as well as more unusual pieces, such as Bethlehem Down, Berkeley’s I Sing of a Maiden and Britten’s Hymn to the Virgin. (Synopsis by Europadisc)
Performed by the Ealing Abbey Choir & Christopher Eastwood (conductor)
Performed by the Choir of King's College Cambridge & Stephen Cleobury (conductor)
This CD features favourite Christmas hymns such as 'O Come All Ye Faithful' and 'Hark the Herald Angels Sing'. It also includes many beautiful examples of choral music for the Advent and Christmas seasons. These range from Lennox Berkeley's 'I sing of a Maiden' to Palestrina's Christmas Day antiphon, 'Alma Redemptoris Mater' and John Tavener's 'The Lamb'.
Proceeds from the sale of the CD go to St Mary's appeal for a new pipe organ.
Performed by the Choir of St. Mary's Maldon & Colin Baldy (conductor)
Performed by Katy McAdam & Matthew Altham (conductor)
Performed by the Great St. Mary's Choir & Samuel Hayes (conductor)
Track 32 is the Polka (op. 5/1) played by Cyril Smith and Phyllis Sellick (2 pianos, 3 hands)
Performed by the Collegium Musicum Londinii, Choir of King's College Cambridge, Dennis Brain (horn), Colin Horsley (piano), Pamela Bowden (contralto), John Minchinton (conductor), Manoug Parikian (violin), Ernest Lush (piano), Thomas Hemsley (baritone), Phyllis Sellick, Cyril Smith, Andrew Davis, David Willcocks (conductor), Christopher Hughes, Stephen Cleobury (conductor) & Thomas Rose
Performed by the Choir of Lincoln College Oxford, Tom Lyndon (conductor) & Philip Smith (organ)
Performed by Philip Moore (organ) & John Scott Whiteley (organ)
Performed by the Choir of Southwark Cathedral, Peter Wright (conductor) & Stephen Layton (organ)