In recent years the choir has made a number of recordings and as a result has selection of CD’s on sale. They cover all tastes of music varying from traditional male voice numbers to songs from the shows and include many items from the Apollo’s popular soloists. They are available at any of the choir’s concerts or from any choir member. Alternatively, they can be ordered from Brian Nugent on tel. 01642 466938 or e-mail

We are constantly being asked when the choir’s next CD will be on sale. It should be recognised that this is quite a costly and time consuming exercise. Written copyright approval must be obtained for all Gwyn Morris arrangements and blanket approval by the Mechanical Copyright Society is necessary for all numbers before recording can begin. Along with the recording time and CD production the whole exercise can stretch to six months and hence the three to four year gap between recordings. At the present time, therefore, there are no immediate plans to undertake a new recording.
It was suggested, however, that a compilation CD of numbers from all of our previous recordings would be a good idea. This is now been realised and the new (double) CD, produced to coincide with Gwyn’s 50th anniversary as the choir’s director, is presently on sale @ £5.

All other CDs remain @ £3 each

Apollo Magic was recorded back in 1989 at Stockton Parish Church it features the following numbers: .

Apollo Magic

Onward Ye Peoples
The Lonely Steppe
If Ever I Would Leave You (Camelot)
Pie Jesu (Requiem)
Memory (Cats)
Ezeikel Saw The Wheel
How Great Thou Art
Bohemian Rhapsody
The Colours Of My Life
The Way We Were
A Selection from Les Miserables

Apollo Rhythm recorded in 1992 at Stockton Parish Church and includes the following items:

Apollo Rhythm

I Was Glad (psalm 122)
Come Back To Sorrento
Think Of Me (Phantom of the Opera)
All I Ask Of You (Phantom Of the Opera)
You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me
The Fishermen Of England
Born Free
One Alone
The Rhythm Of Life
Ave Verum
The Silver Birch
The Lord’s Prayer
My Dearest Dear
How To Handle a Woman
When The Saints Go Marching In
Love Changes Everything
The Hallelujah Chorus

Apollo Sound  was recorded in 1995 at Stockton Parish Church.

Apollo Sound

Didn’t My Lord Deliver Danuel
Close Every Door To Me (from Joseph)
Linstead Market
All In The April Evening
There Is No Death
Bui-Dou (from Miss Saigon)
What the World Needs Now
Shine Through My Dreams
Don’t Be Cross
No Room For Mary
A Beatles Medley
Georgy Girl
Close To You
Alexander’s Rag Time Band
Ah Sweet Mystery of Life
The Wind Beneath My Wings
A Jerome Kern Medley

Apollo 2000 was recorded at Acklam School in Acklam in the year 2000.

Apollo 2000

How Well I Remember
My Bonny Lass She Smileth
Lark In The Clear Air
Bobby Shaftoe
Last Of The Summer Wine
Deus Salutis
Watching The Wheat
Andalusian Love song
My Life Belongs To You
Glamourous Night
The Drinking Song (from La Traviata)
I Believe
With Cat-like tread
I Hear A Voice A-Praying
Give That Old Time Religion
Sunrise Sunset (from Fiddler on the roof)
I’ve Grown Accustomed To Her Face (My Fair Lady)
Georgia On My Mind
Autumn Leaves
Westminster Abbey
Two Swedish Melodies
By My Love
Love Theme From Titanic
A Selection From Sudent Prince


Apollo Celebration
This, a new double CD album, ‘Apollo Celebration’ was compiled as an appreciation of Gwyn’s 50 years in charge of the choir. This is a double CD and includes many numbers of Gwyn’s own arrangements.

First CD

Feasting I Watch
Ave Verum
Autumn Leaves
With Cat-Like Tread
Theme From Titanic
Bridge Over Troubled Water
Yeoman Of England
Deep Harmony
Come Back To Sorrento
Counting The Goats
The Lord’s Prayer
The Rhythm of Life
Speed Your Journey
76 Trombones
Morte Criste
Bohemian Rhapsody
When The Saints Go Marching In
Selection from ‘The Student Prince’


Second CD

Onward Ye Peoples
Watching The Wheat
Memory (From Cats)
Alexander’s Rag-Time Band
Sunrise Sunset (from Fiddler on the roof)
The Fishermen Of England
How To Handle A Woman
Ezeikel Saw The Wheel
Bobby Shaftoe
How Great Thou Art
All In The April Evening
My Way
Last Of The Summer Wine
Love Changes Everything
The Drinking Song (from La Traviata)
Selection From Les Miserables