Morten Lauridsen
Morten Lauridsen




With over 200 CD recordings containing compositions by Morten Lauridsen,
here are eight all-Lauridsen CDs (for a more comprehensive discography, visit the composer's Wiki page)

Lauridsen: Lux Aeterna

Los Angeles Master Chorale, Paul Salamunovich
Lux Aeterna (Orchestral Version), Les Chansons des Roses, Ave Maria,
Mid-Winter Songs
(Orchestral Version), O Magnum Mysterium
Grammy nomination (1998)

Lauridsen: Northwest Journey
Ralph Grierson, Jane Thorngren, Viklarbo Ensemble, Donald Brinegar Singers, Shelly Berg, Sunny Wilkinson, James Drollinger and Morten Lauridsen
Where Have the Actors Gone, Dirait-on (Duet Version), Ubi Caritas et Amor, A Winter Come, Variations, Cuatro Canciones, Madrigali and O Magnum Mysterium (Piano/Vocal Version)

O Magnum Mysterium
Nordic Chamber Choir, Europe / Nicol Matt
Madrigali, Lux Aeterna (with Organ), O Magnum Mysterium, Les Chansons des Roses
Hanssler Recordings

Lauridsen - Lux Aeterna
Polyphony (Choir) and Britten Sinfonia, UK / Stephen Layton
Lux Aeterna (Orchestral Version), Madrigali, Ave Maria, Ubi Caritas et Amor and
O Magnum Mysterium

Grammy nomination (2005)
Hyperion Records

Lauridsen – Nocturnes
Polyphony (Choir) and Britten Sinfonia / Stephen Layton
(with Morten Lauridsen, piano and Andrew Lumsden, organ)
Mid-Winter Songs on Poems by Robert Graves, Les Chansons des Roses (Rilke),
I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes, O Come Let Us Sing Unto The Lord, Ave Dulcissima Maria
and Nocturnes
Hyperion Records

Dialogues: Musical Conversations between Composer and Conductors
3-CD set containing conversations between Morten Lauridsen and conductors Paul Salamunovich and James Jordan discussing Morten Lauridsen’s compositions, with demonstrations by Lauridsen at the piano.
GIA Publications

Sure On This Shining Night
Voce and the Voce Chamber Artists, Hartford, CT / Mark Singleton
Movements from six vocal cycles plus four premiere CD recordings. Morten Lauridsen accompanies at the piano on several works.
Voce Recordings

Lauridsen – Mid-Winter Songs
The Singers – Minnesota Choral Artists / Matthew Culloton
Nocturnes, Mid-Winter Songs, Four Madrigals on Renaissance Texts and Les Chansons des Roses plus Three Psalm Settings.
The Singers Recordings