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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|Anatole Kitain – The complete Columbia recordings, 1936-39|
Anatole Kitain (1903–1980) was an exact contemporary and fellow pupil of Vladimir Horowitz in Kiev, where he studied, as did the slightly older Simon Barere, with Felix Blumenfeld. All three developed fabulous techniques and were romantic pianists ...» More
|Chopin: The Complete Études|
|Chopin: The Complete Works|
Since his triumph as winner of the 1970 Chopin International Piano Competition, Garrick Ohlsson has established himself worldwide as a musician of magisterial interpretive and technical prowess. This monumental recording project—first instigated by t ...» More
|Moriz Rosenthal – The complete recordings|
|Simon Barere – His celebrated live recordings at Carnegie Hall, Vol. 4 – 1949|
|Irene Scharrer – The complete electric and selected acoustic recordings|
|Paderewski – His earliest recordings|
|The Piano G & Ts, Vol. 1 – Vladimir de Pachmann, Aleksander Michalowski & Landon Ronald|
|Vladimir Horowitz – The complete solo European recordings|
|Alfred Cortot – The Late Recordings, Vol. 3 – Chopin & Mendelssohn|
|Simon Barere – His celebrated live recordings at Carnegie Hall, Vol. 5 – Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No 2 & appendices|
|Alfred Cortot – The Late Recordings, Vol. 4 – Schumann, Schubert, Chopin & Liszt|
|Eileen Joyce – The complete Parlophone & Columbia solo recordings|
|Solomon – The first HMV recordings|
|The Piano G & Ts, Vol. 4 – Diémer, Eibenschütz, Hofmann & Backhaus|
|Vassily Sapellnikoff & Xaver Scharwenka – The complete recordings|
Vassily Sapellnikoff (1868–1941) and Xaver Scharwenka (1850–1924) were among the earliest generation of pianists to record, and on this ground alone it is surprising that their complete recordings have never before been transferred for modern list ...» More