Welcome to Hyperion Records, an independent British classical label devoted to presenting high-quality recordings of music of all styles and from all periods from the twelfth century to the twenty-first.
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|The English Anthem, Vol. 2|
'Spellbinding performances of some of the great classics of the repertoire. Buy this one; you'll enjoy every moment' (Organists' Review)» More
|The English Hymn, Vol. 2 – Jerusalem the Golden|
'Delivered with crisp, evocative conviction' (Classic FM Magazine)» More
|The English Hymn, Vol. 3 – Hills of the north, rejoice|
'The voices are magnificent; likewise the organ. The whole record is a delight' (Gramophone)
'There is nothing in this collection that is not worth hearing and much to treasure' (Cross Rhythms)» More
|The English Hymn, Vol. 5 – Lead, kindly Light|
'The Wells Cathedral Choir again shows its stuff—and it's glorious … because of this choir's sturdy, full-bodied singing, both exuberant and reve ...» More
|The Feast of Ascension at Westminster Abbey|
The Choir of Westminster Abbey, under its inspirational director, James O’Donnell, continues its exploration of the repertoire of the liturgy in the Abbey with music for the Feast of the Ascension. The works recorded here represent a wide range of th ...» More
|MALCOLM ARCHER (b1952))|
|Lake MacDonaldWells Cathedral Choir, Malcolm Archer (conductor), Rupert Gough (organ)» More|
|PATRICK GOWERS (b1936))|
|Viri GalilaeiWestminster Abbey Choir, James O'Donnell (conductor), Robert Quinney (organ), Ashley Grote (organ)» More|
|Viri GalilaeiSt Paul's Cathedral Choir, John Scott (conductor), Andrew Lucas (organ)» More|
|GRAYSTON IVES (b1948))|
|Guildford CathedralWells Cathedral Choir, Malcolm Archer (conductor), Rupert Gough (organ)» More|
|SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN (1842-1900))|
|Lux EoiWells Cathedral Choir, Malcolm Archer (conductor), Rupert Gough (organ)» More|