In London Town cover

Global Release
2 September

Debut album from Benjamin Sheen, Sub-Organist of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford

Out now

Elgar, Imperial March
Walton, March
Carter, Lacrimae

"When considering what to record on this disc, I decided to focus on music close to my heart– the wonderful and varied music of Great Britain, from both past and present. A combination of works originally for organ and transcriptions for the instrument allowed me to explore the full tonal palette of the instrument and tease out all that the organ has to offer..."
– Benjamin Sheen

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Benjamin Sheen in conversation with CRD Director Emma Pauncefort, discussing the Journey Through British History through the album.

Listen to singles

Global Release
7 October

Our next release with Maya Magub alongside 5 musicians on 3 continents. Socially- but not musically-distanced canons!

Digital release also in Dolby Atmos.

Listen to the first singles – movements from Telemann's canonic sonatas

Canons cover

Next single release
26 August


Liszt's six Consolations with new transcriptions by Maya Magub to complement the famous 'Lento Placido' arranged by Nathan Milstein. Alongside the fresh set of Consolations, Magub and Huang bring together other well-known reflective music gems to offer myriad forms of consolation – from friendship to nostalgia and all in-between.

Our June release with Maya Magub

"...Like so many people, I found myself listening to all sorts of different music during the pandemic. And sadly, with war and inequality rife in the world today, we are no less in need of consolation now. Sometimes we need upbeat music to cheer us up, but I often find that slower, more nostalgic music brings consolation by making me feel understood, in a way that more precise verbal language can’t. "
– Maya Magub

More from

Maya Magub and CRD

"spirited and compelling music-making to savour" – International Record Review
(The Duos for Violin and Viola - Mozart and Michael Haydn)

"polished, stylish performances"
– Gramophone
(Telemann - 12 Fantasias for Solo Violin)
Our latest releases with

The Choir of Keble College, Oxford

"a disc to savour" – Martin Clarke, Organist's Review (Ave Rex Angelorum)

"sung exquisitely" – Gramophone
(Ceremonial Oxford)

Trust the critics

...This disc best shows what CRD were about, furthering the musical byways when the main companies were still largely trudging merrily along the highways...
Stuart Sillitoe – Music Web International
In response to Berwald and Wilkmanson String Quartets CRD3361
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