1. Virtual Cantor
Great site with mp3's of nearly everything. This should always be the first stop. His nusach can be unique, at times, and he has great melodies that are hard to find elsewhere.
3. Het Levisson Instituut
This is a big collection of very musical Dutch Jewish nusach, including sheet music in many cases. It covers many services, including weekday, Shabbat, chag, and High Holidays, with multiple versions at times. This is a very extensive resource. The nusach is in large part compatible with the common Eastern European nusach, and a large number of lectures are provided on the subject as well. The sheet music uses Dutch transliteration, however, so it will look funny to English speakers!
4. Shir Halev
Great site with lots of Chasidic recordings of melodies! Has a section for Sephardic and Chasidic melodies, too. Click on the download links to listen in your browser if the player doesn't work.
5. Torah For Me/123Torah (from Mechon Meir)
A surprisingly large collection of audio classes, including model complete seders, songs and blessings, stuff like that. It's basically an open directory structure, and it's just filled with stuff. It even has correct laining for Job, Proverbs, and Psalms! I should mention that there's much more in here than I can categorize myself, so if I missed anything, let me know! There are many recordings under Songs that I don't immediately recognize, so if you're looking for something in particular, it could be here.
7. Piyut Archive
Absolutely wonderful collection of piyutim (and regular blessings and psalms too, if you look hard enough) from all over the world. It's extensive. Only caveat: the site is in Hebrew, and the English version is improving but still imperfect. This is one of my first sources for relatively rare piyutim.
By the way, there's a bug when you browse or search the archive: the search engine defaults to Temani results only for some reason. To get the full list, just click on "English" next to the search box.
8. Siddur Audio
Also a great site with quite a bit. It has most of the Haggadah, as well as melodies for a lot of things on Shabbat and weekdays (all in streaming format). My second stop.
There is a lot here! There are melodies and accompanied recordings for many things, and not so much nusach. If you aren't familiar with Chabad, you'll find exciting combinations here, like using the Hoshia et Amecha tune for the R'tzeh paragraph in the Birkat Hamazon. A fantastic resource.
10. K'hal Adas Jeshurun
Very extensive and very specific recordings of a lot of things, in Netherlands and Ashkenazi traditions. Really, really cool.
11. Zemirot Database
A big collection of songs, focusing on zemirot and piyutim, with words, translation, and often multiple recordings (though some have none). It's not organized by occasion, so I could be off in my categorizations, but this should be a primary resource for zemirot. There are some Indian (Bene Israel) tunes, but they're all cut off after exactly one minute. Be careful, too, because a few of the recordings are sung without particular attention to pitch!
12. Seder Chazzanut Amsterdam
Dutch Sephardic nusach, in old recordings, for scattered parts of weekdays, Shabbat, holidays, etc. Most pages are in Dutch, but Google translates them well enough.
14. Sephardic Pizmonim Project
A fairly thorough archive of pizmonim from Syria that also explains the maqam system. It's a bit difficult to find things, however, since the Syrian nusach is so different from Ashkenaz, and Nusach Ashkenaz does not have the concept of pizmonim.
15. National Library of Israel -- Music
In Hebrew -- there's an English page but it has a lot less stuff, so don't use it! Some selections from the library, some of them very nice! They reside at "Compilations", and they span a variety of Jewish musical traditions. Unfortunately, not all of them work at the moment.
16. União Israelita Shel Guemilut Hassadim
This is a shul (the oldest shul, in fact) in Rio de Janeiro, so the site and directions are in Portuguese. The nusach is Morrocan Sephardic, which is a different musical paradigm than what you see in Ashkenazi congregations: it's VERY repetitive nusach and no melodies. Much of the recordings are beautiful CDs for listening rather than straight nusach. By way of translation, you can find recordings of Psalms, Kabbalat Shabbat (CD), the Kedusha set to a wide variety of beautifully recorded tunes (CD), Slichot (CD), the Mishna, Megilat Esther, the Haggadah (though there is no singing that I can tell, just chanting), and weekday nusach.
17. Beth El Sudbury
Trope lessons, prayers, and some songs, including Haggadah stuff. Much of it is not so traditional and more song than nusach -- songs that repeat one line over and over and involve clapping and English, that sort of thing.
18. How to Daven as a Ba'al Tefilah (Rabbi Haskel Lookstein)
A really great resource on proper nusach, with explanations on phraseology and musicality throughout the recordings. Has nusach (chanting, not many melodies) for weekdays, Shabbat, festivals, high holidays. Even has Slichot!
A site to teach the Shabbat services. There are multiple versions of many things, interesting melodies, and it's rather thorough.
20. Rabbi Robert Scheinberg's page
It's a blog, but the music links on top have a pretty nice variety of nusach and melodies. Very much in progress at the moment. The high holiday recordings are in very large files, though, so it's a bit hard to find what you want in them, but they're very good.
21. Kol Emeth
A bunch of recordings of Shabbat and weekday services. Some are quite musical.
22. Beth El Congregation
Looks like Beth El is the First Baptist Church of Judaism: every town has two. Anyway, pretty good nusach stuff for Shabbat, including a very nice Hallel and Anim Zemirot.
24. Mechon Hadar
Ooh, really good stuff for high holy days. Check out their Ki Hineh Kachomer from Kol Nidrei! Keep an eye out for the bottom of the page where you specify how many results are displayed, because there's sometimes stuff that seems hidden.
25. Nigunei Modzitz
In Hebrew. The English language Modzitz site may be old and have RealAudio files, but the Israeli site has all the music! The site's English section is apparently under construction, but the Hebrew section is easily navigable (especially with Google Translate). There are melodies for various zemirot and blessings, as well as many, many niggunim. Some recordings are instrumental only, some are sung with accompaniment, some are just sung.
26. Recorded Liturgy - Rabbi Josh
Excellent source for Pesach, high holidays, Shabbat morning, and festivals. Big .wav files, but the nusach is really good.
27. Temple Israel of Natick
Quite a few songs and prayer melodies, including bedtime melodies and Shabbat. It looks to be in the process of reconstruction, so not all of the links have been implemented yet.
29. Northwestern University Conservative Minyan
A fairly complete resource for Shabbat prayers, including Kabbalat Shabbat, Maariv, Pesukei D'zimra, Shacharit, Musaf, and even Mincha. The down side is that you have to download the tracks and can't just play them in the browser. The singer's pitch is also unclear at times.
30. Congregation Beth David Religious School
In Box format, though the mp3's can be downloaded. The Shabbat morning recordings have quite a few songs rather than nusach. There are also some songs that have English as well.
31. Nusach HaTefillah
Nusach samples from Shabbat and weekday. The Flash controls don't work, but the files still (mostly) exist, I think.
32. Beth El West Hartford
mp3's for a lot of stuff for Shabbat. It's downloadable, which is nice, and it's a great resource.
33. Congregation Agudath Sholom -- Cantor Wollheim
Weekday nusach and high holiday recordings. The site is Flash-based and will not work with a Flash blocker. Interestingly enough, the menus at the top of the page are somewhat inconsistent, and a set of recordings for their junior congregation is difficult to find but present. That set has plenty of Shabbat, festival Amidah, and Hallel recordings as well as a large number of Torah readings, though the recordings are in alphabetical order.
34. Adi's Jewish Music Page
Many recordings by a cantor, including Friday night, Shabbat musaf, Sheva Brachot, and some high holiday, and there is actual sourcing for many of the melodies!
Interesting melodies from an Iraqi tradition, for a variety of texts including Kol Nidrei, Shabbat piyutim, etc. In progress.
36. West End Synagogue
The page for a Reconstructionist shul; it has a few rather nice recordings with pretty melodies! Check out her recording of Mah Ashiv, for instance.
37. Temple Emanu-El San Jose
Go to "Worship" at the top and go to "Songs & Prayers". There are a few songs and prayers (as the title indicates), read (with no melody) and sung (with instrumental accompaniment), in streaming Quicktime format. Mostly Reform Shabbat stuff. There's also a separate Pesach section with recordings.
38. Nusach Hatefillah (David Fensterheim)
In somewhat mixed Hebrew and English. Contains very nice recordings of weekday and Shabbat nusach, though you have to download them; you can't listen in the browser.
40. Congregation Olam Tikvah
Instruction on leading various blessings and services, partly aimed at teenagers (some sung fairly slowly). There are some High Holiday tracks as well, sung at regular speed.
41. Kol Hamikra
An extensive resource for laining (whole Torah, haftarot, Megillot) as well as some nusach (uses Eastern European pronunciation). Includes chanted psalms. It's currently growing fairly quickly, too, so this ranking may be outdated! The recordings in the Tefillah section don't actually contain melodies but shiurim on the respective prayers, except the one on the Kaddish.
42. The Music of Mikveh Israel
A nice Sephardic version of Shabbat musaf as well as some piyyutim and prayers for the high holidays. The audio is streaming, and the text is shown on the page as well for the piyyutim.
43. ReformJudaism.org Blessing Search
General blessings, each in its own page, so it's not easily categorized. Not all blessings have sung recordings attached, but many do, often covering more than the written text.
44. Temple Beth Sholom -- Miami Beach
A series of recordings in various places on the website. At Worship-Lifecycle - Shabbat - Shabbat Prayer Recordings, there are several recordings of the prayers being read one word at a time, but some of them do go into song eventually. By the way, there are more than 10 recordings on that page, but you have to click on the number select to show them. Many don't even have actual recordings. Under Music at TBS, though, there are a LOT of great cantorial recordings (including for Shabbat), most with talking before them.
45. Congregation Adath Jeshurun -- Elkins Park, PA
A fairly large set of recordings for a shul site, with varied things, including some nice ones with instrumental accompaniment. There's a beautiful recording of the blessing of children, for instance.
46. Music of Modzitz
A lot of nice Chasidic niggunim, many very march-like, but it's in Real Audio format, which makes it exceedingly awkward to listen to. Many of the files don't work, either.
47. Adath Israel -- Gabbai Resources
An Orthodox shul's recordings of various services, including Hoshanot! Also has a couple of High Holiday melodies and recordings of Yom Tov maariv and shacharit.
49. Temple Emanuel (Newton, MA)
Very well-chanted recordings of the weekday maariv, Shabbat morning, and Shabbat mincha services. Includes V'hi Noam, the additions for Saturday night! There are also Pesach and High Holiday recordings under "Music".
50. Beth Emeth
You don't find recordings of the gabbai calls very often, but here you go, calling the first aliyah in almost every conceivable scenario! Also has the normal Shabbat morning stuff. I found that the player doesn't work, but the links link to the mp3 directly and those are fine.
54. Temple Sholom
A shul with some recordings, including a nice high holiday selection.
55. Tufts Hillel
Shabbat recordings. They're deliberately, but agonizingly, slow; however, they've got some hard-to-find stuff.
56. High Holiday Recordings
What it says on the tin. Also has trope for high holidays and chag services, but it does not cover Kol Nidrei. Very good mp3 recordings, with directions. One of my top high holiday sources.
57. YUTorah -- Series: Laining
Readings from throughout the year. Click on Categories to see them more easily. Includes special haftarot, Kohelet, blessings before Esther, etc.
58. Chabad.info Songs
In Hebrew. It's a fairly nice collection of davening and nigunim, but do please note that this is Chabad.info, a messianic group, and not the mainstream Chabad Lubavitch. Many are very low-quality recordings, which appear to be either old or recorded in a very large party, but this only adds character. The nigunim are not particularly organized, so I can't rate them easily, but there are nigunim for Shabbat, high holidays, Pesach, you name it. Some are instrumental only (Chabad Classic, for instance). Contains the entire Torah, most haftarah, Esther, and a very good high holiday section. Note that the tables are arranged right to left then top to bottom, like this:
3 2 1
6 5 4
59. Beth Ami
Shabbat recordings, including Mincha and that less-used melody for the tune when the Torah is paraded around on Saturday morning before reading.
61. Agudas Achim
All of Shabbat including the Motzaei thereof. Worth a listen! Shacharit, the Torah Service, and Musaf are all in the same section, but they're shuffled for some reason; look at the page numbers to get a sense of order.
62. Bnai Shalom of Olney
A few things from various services, including Havdalah and weekday services, but there are a lot of broken links... The setup uses frames, which makes for very awkward browsing, but to find the recordings, click on Our Synagogue --> Hazzan Sara Geller --> Friday Night Service, and scroll around. Or try this.
63. Kol Zimrah
A bunch of Shabbat recordings, both services and zemirot, sung by upbeat groups of people who harmonize beautifully. Many recordings are listed but not linked for some reason.
65. Isaac Asoze
The site of a Sephardic cantor with a large selection of recordings, including videos of Hoshana Rabbah. Unfortunately, much of it is in Real Audio format.
67. Netivot Shalom
The Shabbat morning service (using the shortened Pesukei D'zimra). Has Torah trope as well. There's also an alternate melody for the Kaddish Shalem at the end of musaf (which is shortened; Shacharit is full-length), which is cool.
68. New North London Synagogue
A few Shabbat, Pesach, and Rosh Hashanah melodies, though the site is very much in progress. Pesach files are spread over a few different pages, and currently, some of the links don't work (though most do).
69. Beth Jacob Oakland
Tisch songs, as well as Yeshivat Reishit's beautifully harmonized high holiday tunes.
A collection of seder melodies, zemirot, and other songs, along with transcribed sheet music, with many different melodies per song. A nice treasure trove, since most sites only have one melody for each thing.
72. Temple Sinai of Hollywood
A small but varied selection of recordings, many of artistic settings, from Adon Olam and Eli Tzion to Shalom Rav and Maoz Tzur. From what I can tell, this list is also made by the E-Hazzan and contains mostly the same things as the blog.
73. Bnai Jeshurun
A few CD's of music for Shabbat, Purim, Pesach, High Holidays, and more.
74. Stephanie Shore
Lots of normal Shabbat stuff, including some melodies omitted by the previous two, but the interface is a bit awkward.
Various Chasidic recordings and niggunim. Has an extensive section on Ana B'choach and three versions of Shoshanat Yaakov.
76. Temple Aliyah
In construction, but it contains recordings of the entire Friday night service and the preliminary morning services for high holidays, as well as a few other things. The Friday night recording was apparently done in a long session with many people, so some of the tracks have more than what they say.
77. SJCC Bnai Aaron
Melodies under Religious Services at both Holidays and Shabbat. Includes a Kabbalat Shabbat that's almost all Carlebach.
78. Congregation Beth Sholom
Beautifully harmonized melodies for Saturday morning services and niggunim for zemirot. Also has a lot of high holiday tunes.
79. Beth Shalom Seattle
A nice and varied collection of recordings, including including extensive festival morning nusach!
80. SimpleToRemember -- Shabbat Zmirot
A collection of zemirot and other recordings for Shabbat at home. I think everything on it is from Aish.com, but there may be exceptions. Make sure to click "download" instead of the song title.
81. JConnect Seattle
A bunch of prayers and Torah portions, including Shabbat Torah service and high holiday.
82. Digital Haggadah
A recording of the Haggadah. The difference between the nusachim and speeds is JUST pronunciation and speed; "Shir HaMaalot (Fast)" and "Shir HaMaalot (Slow)", for example, are the same melody, with different speeds. Different nusach from Virtual Cantor and Siddur Audio.
83. E-Hazzan Blog
A series of blog posts about liturgy, usually including musical examples (though these are usually chazzanut rather than synagogue nusach). Since it's a blog, things aren't organized by subject, so my rankings may be off. There are also numerous demo excerpts from commercial CD's rather than full tracks, and many of the older posts have broken file links.
84. Congregation Ohr Torah -- Shiurim and Classes
A bunch of classes, including one by the Belz School of Music for Nusach Hatefilah. The Nusach Hatefilah class covers details of the Saturday morning service, though I don't think the third session is working.
85. Congregation Beth El (Berkeley)
Many blessings and songs, for Shabbat and in general. There are additional interesting melodies for many of them, with attributions! They don't follow the traditional order of the service, however, especially for Kabbalat Shabbat.
86. Congregation Kehillath Israel
I really like going to services at this shul! The page is a bit hard to navigate, though. Shabbat recordings (for children) are under Congregational Learning. High Holiday Tunes are at the Shabbat and Prayer link (not the one that shows up in the menu), and for extra confusion, the link that does show up in the menu is Chazzan Saul Wachs's recording, which is separate. Several of the High Holiday Tunes are borrowed from other sites as well, so check those out!
87. Passover Sing Along
Many songs from the Haggadah, including some less usual ones, and often many tunes -- five for Mah Nishtanah! Includes some things in English for young children, too. Has an extensive Hallel (no nusach, though), a melody for Vay'chi Bachatzi Halailah, four for Adir Hu, etc.
88. Kehilot Sharot
In Hebrew. Has various videos of piyutim and musical performances.
89. Machon Moreshet Ashkenaz
Most of the page is in Hebrew, but the part with music is also in English. It contains two PDFs of the German nusach for what seems to be the whole year (with a lot of etc.'s, though). Really cool and rather comprehensive.
91. Shearith Israel
The first congregation in America! It's Spanish and Portuguese, so it uses different nusach. The site has mostly a few exapmles of Torah and haftarah reading, but there are a couple of melodies (Az Yashir) as well.
A repository of mostly Ashkenazi liturgical music (I may have quoted this description from somewhere). There's a lot of old cantorial sheet music, like Sulzer's book for the whole year, Lewandowski tunes, and a few others. Really worth seeing. The recordings are concert-style rather than synagogue-style, though.
94. Len Fellman's Jewish Music
Contains some rather interesting items, like recordings of the Megillot (Esther, Eicha, Shir Hashirim, some of Kohelet) with trope in English.
95. Ashlag Baroch
A few songs and prayers in a very old style (notes are difficult to hear, though). The page is in Hebrew; the headings are Shabbat, second meal of Shabbat, third meal of Shabbat, Psalms, Pesach, and Yom Kippur.
Weekday services and some .wmv's (yeah, I know) from a concert.
97. Transliterated Siddur
This is a site mostly for transliterations, but some of them have a music symbol that provides recordings.
99. Rodeph Sholom
Quite a few recordings of nusach for Shabbat and weekdays. If you look at the cantor's articles, you'll find a compendium of Misinai melodies as well, like the Great Aleinu, Kol Nidrei, and such.
100. Temple Beth El Aptos
The whole Saturday morning service, along with explanations, though this shul doesn't do a full Pesukei D'zimrah or repetition of the Amidah (or any of Musaf) and actually begins the service with Modeh Ani and Mah Tovu.
In Hebrew. A project to preserve old Hebrew song recordings, which includes some piyutim and liturgical passages. They're organized alphabetically, though, so it's difficult to figure out liturgical coverage for particular services or holidays, but there are very, very, very many of them!
104. Chazan Eliot Alderman
A cantor's recordings of wedding and Shabbat music with embellished nusach. Very nice!
A transliterated siddur, with some tunes too! It's not very easy to navigate, though, and the links don't seem to always have what they say they have.
108. Scdntoyaiwu (high holiday recordings)
Pretty much complete services for Slichot, Rosh Hashanah Shacharit and Musaf, and Yom Kippur Maariv (Kol Nidrei), Musaf, and Neilah, as .zip files. I don't know who the page is by or anything, but it's a great resource.
109. Young Israel of Century City
It's got a bunch of shiurim, but it also has (at the bottom of the page) a set of featured High Holiday recordings.
110. Temple Beth Abraham
A recording of the entire Shabbat morning service, with lots of singing in a shortened Pesukei D'zimra (and a shortened Amidah in Musaf but a complete Amidah in shacharit). There are multiple versions of some blessings. The drawbacks are that, except for Musaf, the sound is mono in the left speaker, and the service is broken up into four long files.
111. Ari Goldwag
Recordings of Saturday morning services, with nice nusach.
113. An Old Country Passover
Much of the Haggadah chanted in a very old style; this is probably not useful to someone who wants to lead a modern seder, but it's interesting nonetheless. Note that "Na'ar Hayiti" is missing in the file list.
114. Shirat Hayam
Ironically, there's no recording of Shirat Hayam on this page. But there's some Friday night and a bit of Saturday morning stuff, mostly songs and a few prayers. Streaming mp3's.
115. Tremont Street Shul
Hey, it's my shul! It's a page that lists page numbers on different siddurim, but it also has Shabbat recordings in .wav and .mp3 formats for some stuff. In particular, it has things from the Torah service, which is hard to find (though not everything).
116. Mission Minyan
Kabbalat Shabbat and some high holidays. Includes some external recordings as well.
122. Shaarey Tikvah
Tunes for a Carlebach Shabbat (Kabbalat Shabbat and maariv), though not every single paragraph.
124. Tifereth Israel
Some Friday night recordings. On the left side, go to Resources then Passionate Davening, or try this and see if the link works.
125. Temple Emanu-El (NYC)
A recording of a seder, with piano accompaniment. There are some very pretty English songs and many English readings in addition to the standard Hebrew tunes.
Beautiful choral recordings (and sheet music) of a Slichot service by a British choir. There are also recordings of Sefirah services.
A sizeable collection of Sephardic liturgical songs, mostly arranged for four-part choir. I don't know what language the page is in, though.
128. Synagogenchor Basel
129. Hot Shabbat (and Tot Shabbat)
An extensive collection of music, though much of it consists of demo samples and broken links rather than full tracks. Much of it is more appropriate for perfomance than shul. The sister site Tot Shabbat has music for children, but unfortunately is it written in Comic Sans. The vast majority of the files are incomplete, Real Audio, or broken, so there's not much point to going through it, but there are a few things in either site worth checking out.
130. Adat Shalom Synagogue
Some spoken recordings and aliyah blessings, as well as the entire weekday mincah and maariv services. Includes two different nusachim for maariv.
132. Rabbi Jon's Website and Blog
A few Shabbat melodies, but the links don't work right now. There's also a page of seder melodies, and those are all good, even if the singing is a bit rough around the edges. "Friday Night Jam" has sheet music for Ana B'choach and Tzadik Katamar.
133. Zimratya Cantors Choir
In Hebrew. There are examples from the choir's repertoire, neatly separated by service, but there are recordings available (.wma) only for few of the pieces.
135. Or Chadash Kabbalat Shabbat
A very nice set of recordings for Kabbalat Shabbat, several with multiple different tunes. Sadly, Or Chadash's home page appears to have been hacked, and this is all that's left of it. Still, it's a great resource.
136. Rock N' Roll Rabbi
Rabbi David Paskin's site; it includes a rock Kabbalat Shabbat and maariv under "Unplug"!
137. Kesher Israel
A handful of recordings with basic Torah/haftarah trope, a couple of songs, and a few blessings.
141. Adath Israel Poale Zedek
A few beautiful melodies, most original, with accompaniment (including piano, choral, etc.). Includes L'chah Dodi, Etz Chayim, B'rosh Hashanah, Hu Eloheinu, M'chalkel Chayim (for High Holidays), Yismach Moshe, Ribono Shel Olam (from taking out the Torah).
143. Cantor Frank
A recording of the basic weekday maariv service.
144. Free Siddur Project
A few downloadable .mp3's; includes three different versions of Shalom Aleichem, as well as sheet music for some Haggadah songs (and .mp3's generated by the music software, not sung)
145. Stephen Wise Free Synagogue -- Prayers and Songs for the Sabbath
A very cool vinyl recording of Shabbat, and while there's a lot of English to wade through, it's really, really pretty when they do finally sing in Hebrew.
Candlelighting Service contains the blessing for candles; Call to Prayer contains Barchu; Psalm 23 is all English (and sadly cuts off); The Faith of Israel contains the Shema (and also sadly cuts off); Kiddush contains the kiddush.
148. Chazanim of Alsace-Lorraine
In French. There's a bunch of information about cantors, some with RealAudio clips that I can't get to work. At the bottom, though, is sheet music for the French trope, which is cool.
149. RH Musaf
A file at an mp3 hosting site. It looks like selections from Rosh Hashanah Musaf, with talking in Hebrew. It contains Hineni, Kaddish, El Emunah, Melech Elyon (first two stanzas, last few), and Un'taneh Tokef and the following paragraph.
150. Bnai Torah (Longmeadow, MA)
A small collection of melodies, including Yom Kippur, but they mostly link to other places (including YouTube videos).
156. Cardiff Synagogue Choir
Some recordings (five songs) of Cardiff Synagogue's choir, with instrumental accompaniment. Includes Shir Hamaalot sung to the tune of Scarborough Fair, which is kinda cool.
157. Anim Zmirot Choir -- Adon Olam
31 different MIDIs of Adon Olam. The page hasn't been updated since 2001 and it really looks it, but if you can get your computer to play them, hey, why not?
159. Baal Tefillah Tunes
A blog that never really got off the ground, but its one post does have a few links to Youtube videos of melodies that can be used for El Adon.
160. Ansche Chesed -- Passover Music
A few nice recordings (that need to be downloaded) of Pesach tunes. Includes Miriam Han'viah along with Eliyahu Hanavi.
162. Oori Shalev
In the 2002 CD Nigun Atik, there is a piece of jazz based on the hakafot of Simchat Torah. It is pretty though not specifically synagogue nusach, but it's also, sadly, the only recording of the hakafot I've yet come across.
If you look around, there are recordings of prayers (in RealAudio format -- why was this ever popular?). However, the site organization is perhaps not the strongest... Towards the bottom you'll see some links. It includes Cantor Pinchas Rabinowitz chanting Shabbat melodies, and which is pretty great.
The site was apparently hacked recently; they had archives up in some format but now it appears to be a parked domain.
167. Kol Nidrei Traditions
Different traditions' recordings of Kol Nidrei, in Real Audio format. Or so it says. I couldn't get them to work.
168. Kurdish Jewry
In Hebrew. Worse, in Flash, so Google Translate doesn't work on it. There are some recordings under "folklore", but they're in .wma and Real Audio formats, and they don't seem to be liturgical.