Charles Wesley

born: 1707
died: 1788
country: United Kingdom

Albums

Adeste fideles
CDA66668
Christmas at St John's Cambridge
CDA67576
Christmas through the ages
NOEL1Super-budget price sampler — Download only
Joy to the World
CDH55161Helios (Hyperion's budget label)Download currently discounted
Nativity
CDA67443
Organ Dreams, Vol. 2
CDA67146
Rejoice, the Lord is king!
Studio Master: CDA68013Best of 2014Studio Master FLAC & ALAC downloads available
The English Hymn, Vol. 3 – Hills of the north, rejoice
CDP12103
The English Hymn, Vol. 4 – All things bright and beautiful
CDP12104
The English Hymn, Vol. 5 – Lead, kindly Light
CDP12105
Vital Spark of Heav'nly Flame
CDA67020Archive ServiceDownload currently discounted
Wesley: Anthems, Vol. 1
CDA66446Archive Service
While shepherds watched
CDH55325Helios (Hyperion's budget label) — Archive Service

Complete works available for download

ANONYMOUS - BAROQUE
Hark! how all the welkin ringsPsalmody, The Parley of Instruments, Peter Holman (conductor)
ANONYMOUS - TRADITIONAL
InnocentsWells Cathedral Choir, Malcolm Archer (conductor), Rupert Gough (organ)
Light of those whose dreary dwelling 'Christmas Hymn'Timothy Kenworthy-Brown (countertenor), Patrick McCarthy (tenor), Julian Perkins (bass), Luke Green (organ), Peter Holman (conductor)
SAMUEL ARNOLD (1740-1802))
Hark! the herald angels singClaire Tomlin (soprano), Jennie Cassidy (alto), Adrian Peacock (bass), Timothy Roberts (organ/regal)
GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL (1685-1759))
GeorgiaPsalmody, The Parley of Instruments, Peter Holman (conductor)
GopsalWestminster Abbey Choir, James O'Donnell (conductor), Robert Quinney (organ)
Rejoice the Lord is king!Psalmody, The Parley of Instruments, Peter Holman (conductor)
MARTIN MADAN (1725-1790))
Lo! He comes with clouds descendingPsalmody, Peter Holman (conductor), Luke Green (organ)
FELIX MENDELSSOHN (1809-1847))
Hark! the herald angels singWorcester Festival Choral Society, Worcester Cathedral Choir, Donald Hunt (conductor), Adrian Partington (organ)
MendelssohnWestminster Cathedral Choir, James O'Donnell (conductor), Iain Simcock (organ)
THOMAS OLIVERS (1725-1799))
Lo! He comes with clouds descendingSt John's College Choir Cambridge, David Hill (conductor), Paul Provost (organ)
THOMAS PHILLIPS (1735-1807))
LydiaWells Cathedral Choir, Malcolm Archer (conductor), Rupert Gough (organ)
WILLIAM PENFRO ROWLANDS (1860-1937))
BlaenwernWells Cathedral Choir, Malcolm Archer (conductor), Rupert Gough (organ)
BlaenwernWestminster Abbey Choir, James O'Donnell (conductor), Robert Quinney (organ)
SAMUEL WESLEY (1766-1837))
Might I in thy sight appearPatrick McCarthy (tenor), Timothy Roberts (organ/regal)
SAMUEL SEBASTIAN WESLEY (1810-1876))
HerefordWells Cathedral Choir, Malcolm Archer (conductor), Rupert Gough (organ)
HerefordWestminster Abbey Choir, James O'Donnell (conductor), Robert Quinney (organ)
Let us lift up our heartWorcester Cathedral Choir, Donald Hunt (conductor), Adrian Partington (organ)
ROBERT WILLIAMS (1782-1818))
LlanfairWells Cathedral Choir, Malcolm Archer (conductor), Rupert Gough (organ)

Alphabetical listing of all musical works

Blaenwern (Rowlands/Frogatt)
Blaenwern (Rowlands/O'Donnell)
Gentle Jesus, meek and mild  
Georgia (Handel/Miller)
Gopsal (Handel/Quinney)
Hail the day that sees him rise  
Hark! how all the welkin rings (Anon/Butts)
Hark! the herald angels sing  
Hark! the herald angels sing  
Hark! the herald angels sing (Arnold)
Hark! the herald angels sing (Mendelssohn/Llewellyn)
Hereford (Wesley)
Innocents (Anon)
Let us lift up our heart (Wesley)
Light of those whose dreary dwelling 'Christmas Hymn' (Anon)
Llanfair (Williams)
Lo! He comes with clouds descending (Madan/Miller/Wesley)
Lo! He comes with clouds descending (Olivers/Robinson)
Love divine, all loves excelling  
Love divine, all loves excelling  
Lydia (Phillips)
Mendelssohn (Mendelssohn/Ledger)
Might I in thy sight appear (Wesley)
O for a thousand tongues to sing  
O may we thus insure  
O thou who camest from above  
Rejoice the Lord is king! (Handel/Wesley)
Rejoice, the Lord is king!  
Thou judge of quick and dead  
Thou, O Lord God, art the thing  
Twelve Short Pieces and a Full Voluntary (Wesley)