Jussi’s Recordings

SIXTY YEARS have elapsed since Jussi passed away, but his recordings are still in great demand, whether sold on CD or downloaded from the web. His art is preserved in 39 complete operas and choral works and at least 628 individual titles like songs and arias. Though the very most of them have now been reissued on CD, recordings are still being made available in that format, using the latest technology.

In June 2015, Harald Henrysson’s list of recordings of Jussi Björling and the disc and tape issues where they are represented (A Jussi Björling Phonography) was published in its entirety on the web for the first time. After his latest revision in November 2020, it comprises 3241 issues, 1498 of which are CDs. The Pearl Fishers Duet is presented in no less than 229 versions!

Access to two large collections, one at The Jussi Björling Museum and the other privately owned by Pär-Olov Jansson, have been important for the recurrent updates.

By clicking the links below you will access this list.

The link Chronological list of recordings is divided in two subdivisions: A) studio recordings; B) live- and radio recordings

An introduction

Chronological list of recordings

Issues on records & tapes

Issues on CDs, DVDs & Blu-rays

Music index

Interviews with Jussi

Listen to Jussi



The Jussi Björling Society

The Jussi Björling Society was founded on January 7, 1989. Its task is to promote interest in and spread knowledge about Jussi Björling, his vocal art, life and career.

More about The Society

Join the Society

HERE you can quickly become a member of The Jussi Björling Society. You will receive our magazine, newsletters and invitations to events and gatherings. The annual fee for 2022 is 275 SEK.

More about the membership

Welcome to the American and British Jussi Björling Societies 


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Jussi Favourites of the Board Members

Hans Thunström presents his favourite recording.

Read about and listen to the favourite

The former Jussi

Björling Museum

Jussi Björling Museet

Jussi Björlingmuseet closes

The museum officially closes on January 1, 2021 and will later be replaced by an exhibition at another location.