Treorchy Male Choir is probably the most recorded male voice choir in the world. With over ninety commercial records to its name, the Choir’s music has been heard internationally since it made its first disc during the 1950s. During more than half a century the Choir has recorded singles, albums and CDs with eminent musicians, soloists, brass bands and orchestras for leading record labels. 


1957 Miners Eisteddfod We'll Keep A Welcome
A Valley Called The Rhondda
All in the April Evening
Annies Song
Anthem from Chess
Battle Hymn of the Republic
Blowin in the Wind
Bridge Over Troubled Waters
Bring Him Home
Calon Lan
Close Thine Eyes
Comrades In Arms
Crossing The Plains
Crusaders Chorus
Cymru Fach
Easter Hymn
Entrance and March of the Peers
Faraway Place
Finnish Forest
Hallelujah Chorus
I Believe
Impossible Dream
Italian Salad
Jacobs Ladder
Jimmy Brown
Just A Closer Walk With Thee
Lest We Forget
Little Liza Jane
Mae DEisiau Di Bob Awr
Martyrs Of The Arena
Men of Harlech
My Heart Will Go On
My Way
Nessun Dorma
On Great Lone Hills
Sixth Chandos Anthem
Sospan Fach
Sound Of Silence
Speed Your Journey
Swansea Town
Unwaith Eto Nghymwu Annwyl
We'll Keep A Welcome
What Would I Do Without My Music
With You On My Mind
Y Delyn Aur
Y Pren Ar Y Bryn
You Raise Me Up