Recordings of Mass for Five Voices are found on the following CD albums: (clear search)
Lennox Berkeley’s Stabat Mater derives from one of the most fertile and inspired periods of his compositional life. A masterpiece, and until now the last of his major works to go unrecorded, it was written for a concert tour by his close friend Benjamin Britten’s English Opera Group; hence the unusual but effective scoring for six solo voices and twelve instrumentalists. Delphian artists The Marian Consort - with five acclaimed discs of early music to their credit - now show their versatility in a cappella and accompanied music by both Lennox and his son Michael Berkeley. They are partnered in the larger works by the Berkeley Ensemble, whose performances are enriched by their intimate knowledge of these composers’ music. The same can be said of conductor David Wordsworth, who has known and worked with both composers, and who here realises a long-cherished ambition to direct this important addition to the catalogue. (Synopsis by Delphian/Presto Classical)
Note that only the Toccata is included from the 3 Pieces for Organ (op. 72/1).
Performed by the Choir of St. John's College Cambridge & Christopher Robinson (conductor)
Premiere recording on CD of 'Three Pieces for Organ' (1971) by Lennox Berkeley. Also choral works by Tomas Luis de Victoria, Lennox Berkeley, Johann Bach and Johann Michael Bach.
Performed by the Bristol Bach Choir, Nigel Nash (organ) & Peter Leech
Performed by the Girls and Men of Sheffield Cathedral Choir, Neil Taylor (conductor) & Peter Heginbotham (organ)
Performed by the Michael Brewer Singers & Michael Brewer (conductor)
Performed by the Choir of Clare College Cambridge & Timothy Brown (conductor)