|A Bach notebook for trumpet|
Jonathan Freeman-Attwood's ‘A Bach Notebook for Trumpet' is a celebration of the music of the famous Johann Sebastian and ten other lesser-known Bachs, re-imagined for the combination of trumpet and piano.» More
'A magnificent addition to both the Bach repertoire and Angela Hewitt's artistically unparallelled survey of Bach's keyboard compositions' (Fanfare, USA)
'A collection of rarities and oddities that makes for enjoyable listening. The quality of the Hyperion recording is excellent, with the right balance ...» More
|Bach: Organ Music|
The Gottfried Silbermann organ of Freiberg cathedral, built during Bach’s lifetime, is the instrument on which David Goode performs his grand selection of some of Bach’s best organ works—including the famed Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor—providi ...» More
'Herrick's 'Orgelbüchlein' is in every way recommendable and these performances can stand among the finest in the catalogue' (The Penguin Guide to Com ...
'Style, goût et invention sont parfaits … une approche magnifiquement virtuose, riche en couleurs et d'une articulation prodigieusement élaborée' ...» More
|Bach: Piano Transcriptions, Vol. 7 – Max Reger|
Hyperion’s Bach piano transcription series has reached volume 7 with the complete transcriptions by Max Reger. Reger was described by his contemporaries as ‘the modern-day Bach’. His skills as a pianist were matched by his abilities as an organist ...» More
|Bach: Piano Transcriptions, Vol. 9 – A Bach Book for Harriet Cohen|
In 1931 the pianist and muse Harriet Cohen invited all her principal composer friends each to make an arrangement of a work by J S Bach for inclusion in an album to be published by Oxford University Press. Published as A Bach Book for Harriet Cohe ...» More
|Bach: The Complete Organ Works|
'Let me say without hesitation that Herrick’s performances are models of clarity, accuracy, precision and musicality … this is a complete Bach th ...
'Herrick is one of the few organists who does justice to these difficult, elusive pieces … What a singular joy to hear the organ played with such ...» More