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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You'll find a recap of the tracks previously included on our free monthly samplers from these albums, and from all of our other 2016 releases, available on our monster Annual Sampler, so there's a chance to catch up if you missed any of them.
A new release this month from LSO Live presents an engaging programme of Vaughan Williams, Britten & Elgar: respectively, the Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis, the Variations on a theme of Frank Bridge, and the Introduction and Allegro. Roman Simović conducts the LSO String Ensemble. Juliette Bausor is a flautist of rare talent and has recorded for Signum Classics a programme of Flute Concertos by Mozart & Nielsen. For this her debut concerto album she is joined by the Royal Northern Sinfonia under Jaime Martín. The London Mozart Players, tenor Nicky Spence, conductor Nicholas Cleobury and a veritable host of singers (including the Oxford Bach Choir and Portsmouth Grammar School Chamber Choir) have recorded Jonathan Dove's For an unknown soldier, a new remembrance cantata and a fascinating perspective on the poetry of the First World War, both familiar and less so.
Two new albums from David Goode this month augment his organ compendiums on Signum: a third volume in the Complete Bach Organ Works series from Trinity College, Cambridge, and a second instalment of Organ music by Max Reger showcasing the organ of Bath Abbey. Finally (from Signum and Linn Records respectively), Thomas Hewitt Jones' Christmas Party and a vivacious Christmas Festival from the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and Junior Chorus present a little bit of festive fun …