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Hope Soars Above Price: £5 Conductor: Peter Barley, Organ: Matthew Martin: The choir's first album, this CD of popular anthems contains works by Mendelssohn, Ireland, Mozart, Vaughan-Williams, and more. Recorded in St Marylebone Parish Church on March 26 and 28, 1999

The Rieger Organ of St Marylebone Parish Church Price: £10 Gavin Roberts. This exciting new release profiles the fine Austrian Rieger Organ. In a eclectic programme designed to showcase the versatility and colours of this fine instrument,  Gavin Roberts and the organ are equally at home in Bach's great Prelude and Fugue in C Major BWV 547, as Elgar Pomp and Circumstance March No. 4. Listen to highlights here.
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The King of Glory Price: £5 Conductor: Peter Barley, Organ: Matthew Martin - This album contains ten anthems commissioned by St Marylebone since 1993 from young composers at the Royal Academy of Music. A feature of each commission has been the use of an obligato instrument in addition of the traditional choir and organ. Recorded in St Marylebone Parish Church on 15-17 April, 1999
The third of his four oratorios The Crucifixion (1887) was dedicated by Sir John Stainer (1840 – 1901), then Organist and Choir Master of St. Paul’s Cathedral , to his “pupil and friend W. Hodge and the choir” of St Marylebone Parish Church, who first performed it on Thursday 24th February 1887, the day after Ash Wednesday. 
This recording is sung by the Choir of St Marylebone Parish Church where it was first performed and where it has been performed every year since. 
Sir John Stainer’s most widely known work takes us on an emotional and spiritual journey and that journey is, of course, Christ’s journey; a journey towards the cross that awaits him on the hill of Calvary, Golgotha, the place of a skull, just outside the walls of Jerusalem. Christ's final journey was the very journey for which the Word of God became incarnate; the journey to which the whole of Jesus’ earthly ministry had, inexorably, been leading; a journey which fulfilled Christ’s destiny, revealed his glory, and completed God the Father’s plan for creation’s salvation. 
This is the first performance recorded in the place for which it was written since the 1999 recording made by the English Chamber Choir. 2017 marks the oratorio’s 130th Anniversary as well as the 200th anniversary of the present parish church and the 900th anniversary of Christian worship in the parish that was, in the fifteenth century, to become St Marylebone.
Recorded Live at St Marylebone Parish Church on Good Friday 2016
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