In 2018, filming will commence for a major new release, The English Organ. Travelling across the UK and beyond, the multi-documentary and CD boxset will trace English music and organs from the time of Handel to the present day, and is effectively a sequel DVD to The Elusive English Organ. Full details will be posted here and on the Fugue State Films website.

In 2016, Daniel was the organist for the acclaimed CD release from London Early Opera Orchestra/Bridget Cunningham, Handel at Vauxhall (please see below for sales details).

In 2014, Regent Records released the first commercial recording of the restored Hill organ of Arundel Cathedral, UK. Arundel Restored features repertoire from Mozart to the present day (please see below for sales details).

Two DVDs - Virtuoso! Music for Organ recorded on the highly regarded instrument at Bridlington Priory, UK, and The Elusive English Organ, premiered in Sydney and London – are available from Fugue State Films

A CD recording of Handel's Athalia (incorporating one of the composer's organ concerti), with Basel Kammer Orchester / Paul Goodwin, is available on Sony BMG.

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Daniel has produced various commercial recordings for a range of musicians and record labels. His clients have included Exultate Singers, City of Bristol Choir, Hyperion Records (Andrew-John Smith’s Saint-Saëns release), Holy Trinity Church, Westbury-on-Trym and Coventry Cathedral.


Virtuoso! Music for Organ
Olivier Messiaen Transports de joie

Virtuoso! Music for Organ
Excerpt from Ad Wammes, Miroir

Virtuoso! Music for Organ
Excerpt from Maurice Duruflé,
Toccata from 'Suite', Op.5

The Elusive English Organ
A documentary film and recording
featuring Daniel Moult


Virtuoso! Music for Organ

The twentieth-century saw some of the most audacious works ever composed for the organ. In this film with accompanying CD, Daniel Moult performs some of the most exciting and virtuosic of these pieces. From Schmidt to Messiaen he leads us through a bold selection of French, Austrian, Dutch and Australian repertoire.

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Running time 66 minutes

Available to purchase from Fugue State Films >

The Elusive English Organ

Between about 1550 and 1830, some of the most beautiful English music was written for the organ, by composers such as Byrd, Purcell, Handel and Stanley.

In the documentary The Elusive English Organ, Daniel Moult sets out to perform this repertoire on appropriate organs of the time. But this is by no means straightforward. Many organs have been destroyed or changed beyond recognition. The Reformation, the Civil War and the Victorian zeal for rebuilding took a great toll on this country’s original organ heritage.

Therefore, to accomplish his goal, Daniel has to journey to some surprising places: private chapels, country houses, even a trip to France. In doing so he finds some of the few remaining English organs built between 1550 and 1830. These fascinating instruments allow him to show the relationship between the historic English organ and its music.

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Running time 72 minutes

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Daniel has recorded frequently as an organist.  He can be heard on CDs for (amongst others) the RSCM Millennium Youth Choir, the Saint Michael Singers, Coventry Cathedral boys’ and girls’ choirs and broadcasts on BBC TV and Radio 2, 3 and 4 and Dutch Radio.

Handel at Vauxhall CD

Handel at Vauxhall

Daniel is the organist in this treasure trove of music by George Frideric Handel, including his Organ Concerto Op. 4 No. 2 (as well as music from his contemporaries Thomas Arne and John Hebden) centered on the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens – a carnival of music and entertainments that entertained visitors for nearly 200 years. The booklet notes features images and expert commentaries of the Vauxhall Gardens by author David E. Coke and conductor and musicologist Bridget Cunningham. p>

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Available from Signum Records >

Arundel Restored CD

Arundel Restored

In the first solo recording of the restored William Hill organ in Arundel Cathedral, Daniel Moult performs a wide-ranging and virtuoso programme demonstrating the full tonal resources of the instrument, including works by mainstream composers: Liszt, Mendelssohn, Mozart, Handel, and Saint-Saëns, as well as some attractive recent works by established British composers. Including first recordings of W T Best’s arrangement of Handel’s Organ Concerto No. 4 in F and Derek Bourgeois’ Variations on a theme by Herbert Howells

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Available from Regent Records >

The Heart's Voice CD

The Heart's Voice

RSCM Millennium Youth Choir conducted by David Ogden with Daniel Moult (organ)

The RSCM Millennium Youth Choir's third CD is entitled The Heart's Voice and includes a wonderful selection of music by contemporary church music composers associated with the RSCM. The main work is James Whitbourn's setting of the Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, 'The Canticles of Mary and Simeon' scored for choir, organ and solo viola, which the choir commissioned and premiered in 2011. Daniel Moult contributes a recording of an astonishingly virtuosic work by Iain Farrington, Live Wire. The CD was recorded in the chapel of Tonbridge School.

Available from RSCM >

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Athalia CD

Handel Athalia

Basel Kammer Orchester / Paul Goodwin / Daniel Moult

Daniel is the organ concerto soloist on the final five tracks of this newly-released recording.

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Out of the stillness CD

Out of the stillness

RSCM Millennium Youth Choir conducted by David Ogden with Daniel Moult (organ)

Recorded in Marlborough College Chapel in April 2007, this CD was the first recording made using the chapel's new Beckerath organ. The 4 manual, 62 stop mechanical action organ was built in 2006 and is the first modern era Beckerath in the UK.

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Royal Coventry

Saint Michael’s Singers with the Fine Arts Brass Ensemble and Daniel Moult (organ) conducted by Paul Leddington Wright

A selection of choral favourites.