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.
Hyperion offers both CDs, and downloads in a number of formats. The site is also available in several languages.
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|Bliss: A Knot of Riddles & other songs|
'Kathleen Raine's poems drew the best from Bliss: simple eloquence, bold, shining gestures and memorable images including a fine nocturne: they are ma ...
'This double album is a revelatory document and a source of ever unpredictable delight … These songs beg to be performed more often.' (BBC Music ...» More
|Bliss: Rout, Madam Noy, The Women of Yueh & other works|
'Bliss at his very best … A lovely disc—and eminently well engineered too. It can be warmly recommended even to those who do not normally admire ...
'Brilliantly inventive pieces… unalloyed pleasures. Indispensable' (The Daily Telegraph)» More
|Lambert: Piano Concerto & other works|
A selection of works by one of the maverick geniuses of twentieth-century music, presented by great British musicians with an obviously deep enjoyment of Lambert’s idiosyncratic style.» More
|SIR ARTHUR BLISS (1891-1975))|
|The ballads of the four seasonsGeraldine McGreevy (soprano), Kathron Sturrock (piano)» More|
|The Women of YuehThe Nash Ensemble, Lionel Friend (conductor), Elizabeth Gale (soprano)» More|
|CONSTANT LAMBERT (1905-1951))|
|Eight Poems of Li-PoPhilip Langridge (tenor), The Nash Ensemble» More|
|A summer day|
|Blue water … a clear moon|
|Cool is the autumn wind|
|Eight Poems of Li-Po (Lambert)|
|Fair one, when you were here, I filled the house with flowers|
|In the deserted garden among the crumbling walls|
|Lines written in autumn|
|Naked I lie in the green forest of summer|
|On the city street|
|On the Mirror Lake three hundred lie around|
|The ballads of the four seasons (Bliss)|
|The courier will depart on the morrow for the front|
|The grass of Yen is growing green and long|
|The long-departed lover|
|The lovely Lo-foh of the land of Chin|
|The moon is above the city of Chang-an|
|The ruin of the Ku-Su palace|
|The Women of Yueh (Bliss)|
|They meet in the pink dust of the city street|
|With a man of leisure|
|Yonder the mountain flowers are out|