Hymn CDs - Accompaniment CDs and downloads

Welcome to the home of over 2,000 tracks of organ music played by leading organist John Keys to accompany hymns, piano accompaniments for worship songs and superb organ voluntaries, available as CDs or for instant download.

These are accompaniments only - there is no singing on our tracks.

Not sure where to start?

  • Download a track or tracks - Every track in our library with the option to download from iTunes or Amazon
  • Buy an album - Choose from our entire range of CDs (or download a whole album from iTunes or Amazon)
  • Buy a set - Ideal to replace an organist - collections of albums from our basic Core Set to a comprehensive set of all our tracks, available as audio CDs or a single disc holding MP3s.

It’s not all hymns and songs

We also have:

Our most popular recordings

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Core Set - A superb value set of organ hymn accompaniments - 138 popular traditional hymns for just £42.99. Optionally you can take the total up to 186 with the More Popular Hymns set - £59.99 in total. Alternatively, download tracks or whole albums of your choice.
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Junior Worship - Albums packed with 40 to 44 accompaniments for popular junior worship songs played on piano. Excellent for church or school the CDs are £10.99 each, or £30.99 for all three (download albums are cheaper).

Albums for the current season

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Easter albums - A specially selected collection of hymns for Lent, Holy Week and Easter and Ascentiontide.

Some samples to listen to:


Abide with me

Toccata in D minor

Shine, Jesus, shine (piano)

While Shepherds Watched

Try a Nunc Dimittis accompaniment for free.

We often get asked for accompaniments of canticles like Te Deum, Venite, Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis to Anglican Chant. The answer has always been 'it's not possible, because the organist has to follow the singers. But as an experiment, we have recorded a Nunc Dimittis (using chant C, MacFarren, from the Parish Psalter) which you can download for free to try out. Please let us know if you find it possible to sing to by dropping us an email at info@cul.co.uk. We could make the timing more clear by pulsing the long notes to the words, but that would sound quite clumsy. Does it work for you? Any suggestions? If we get positive feedback, we will record some more chants.

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