Rosa Mundi Paul Lewis
Take a look through some of Aled Jones' greatest albums and singles, ranging from core classical music to more popular folk songs and hymns.
It may only be Aled's second album, released in 1984, but he's tackled some of the great classical repertoire for high voice, from To Sylvia by Schubert, and the Bach-Gounod Ave Maria.
Aled's third album, released in 1985, recorded on a tour to the Holy Land with the BBC Chorus and Wales Symphony Orchestra.
An opportunity to reminisce with Aled's beautiful treble tones in this 1985 album, which made it to No. 11 in the UK charts upon its release.
Taking its title from Handel's opera, Semele, Aled went on to re-release Where E'er You Walk as a track on his 2003 baritone Album, Higher.
Aled performs the role of Joas in this Gramophone Award-winning recording of Handel's oratorio, alongside James Bowman, Joan Sutherland, and Emma Kirkby.
Aled's 1985 release shot to No. 2 in the charts, possibly thanks to its diverse range of repertoire - the album includes the Largo from Handel's Xerxes, as well as Yesterday and Bridge Over Troubled Water.
Aled's beautiful treble tones soar in Fauré's Requiem in this album released in 1986.
Morning Has Broken, The Lord's My Shepherd, In the Bleak Midwinter, and Amazing Grace - a collection of the nation's favourite hymns, performed by Aled's stunning treble voice.
Aled's self-titled 2002 release includes music by Rutter and Franck as well as solo versions of traditional hymns.
Julian Lloyd Webber's mellow playing graces this album in a duet, Marble Halls, in this album from 2003. It reached No. 21 in the UK Charts.
2005 marks 'New Horizons' for the singer, who recorded this mix of classical favourites and traditional songs. The album includes Mendelssohn's O For the Wings of a Dove and Panis Angelicus, coupled with a few Welsh tunes including the National Anthem.
This selection of festive favourites, released in 2004, made it into the UK charts at No. 28, and includes Aled's take on carols including O Come O Come Emmanuel and O Holy Night.
A 2005 compilation album of pop and classical hits, with a Christmas song thrown in for good measure.
2007 saw the release of Reason to Believe, with slightly more of a pop feel than some of Aled's previous albums. There's still a religious thread running through these easy listening classics, like Whenever God Shines His Light (originally by Van Morrison) and Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen.
A collection of some of Aled's best treble recordings, including both classical and popular songs, released in 2008.
A collection of some of Aled's greatest recordings, released in 2009, including Rutter's beautiful Deep Peace, Suo Gân, and the peaceful hymn, Abide With Me.
Aled's second official Christmas album, this time from 2010, featuring a lesser-known version of O Little Town of Bethlehem by H. Walford Davies.
Aled puts his dulcet baritone voice to the test as he re-interprets popular songs in his own classical style. It's a selection of uplifting classics, both sacred and secular.
2013 sees Aled joining Classic FM as a presenter, but he'll also be releasing a greatest hits album, Greatest, celebrating some of his best recordings so far.