We Shall Overcome” by Shades of Yale

As Long as There is Love” by the cast of Mrs. Doubtfire, the musical

Eric Whitacre’s “Lux Aurumque,” the great-granddaddy of virtual choir videos

The San Diego Women’s Chorus sings Linda Hirschhorn’s “Circle Chant

Claire Sokol, OCD’s “Salve Regina” sung by Carmelite nuns, friars and seculars from around the world
(not to be confused with the version Hollywood served up in “Sister Act“)

Andra Day’s “Rise Up!” (Boston Children’s Chorus, Denver Children’s Choir, Children’s Chorus of Washington DC, Gondwana Choirs, Sydney, and Cincinnati Boychoir )

A worldwide Taizé choir sings “In resurrectione tua Christe coeli et terra laetentur

James Stevens’ “Nader My God By U” (Dublin (Virtual) Youth Choir)

Barry Peters’ “Celtic Prayer” (Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church Virtual Choir, NYC)

Charles Villiers Stanford ‘s “Beati Quorum Via” (the Kammerchor Wernigerode’s Corona-Virtual-Choir)

Ruht Wohl” from Bach’s St. John Passion (Sydney Philharmonia (Virtual) Choirs)

When I Survey the Wondrous Cross” (Kottayam (Kerala) Mixed Voices Virtual Choir)

Michael John Trotta ‘s “Ubi Caritas” (Harrison (GA) HS Virtual Choir)

William Billings’ 1787 “Easter Anthem” (Sacred Harp #236) by the The Sacred Harp Quarantine Chorus

Psalm 151 in a time of coronavirus:
“O Lord, to whom hygiene belongeth, hear the cry of thy servants when they call.
For we lie in self isolation, and there is nothing on TV . . .”

Mozart’s “Ave Verum Corpus,” by a New England quarantine choir (with ringers from NYC and England)

Willam Byrd’s “Ave Verum Corpus,” by a Leicester (UK) quarantine quartet

Anton Bruckner’s “Ave Maria,” by the Tyrolean Youth Choir in quarantine

The Virtual Choir: “In Christ Alone” for the faces alone (Townend/Getty, arr. Wesley)

The Sacred Harp Quarantine Chorus: #146, “Hallelujah”
(a little rough around the edges, as shape-note singing so often is)

Links to other performances may be found here