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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from notes by Andrew Carwood © 2015
extrait des notes rédigées par Andrew Carwood © 2015
aus dem Begleittext von Andrew Carwood © 2015
Deutsch: Viola Scheffel
Peter Phillips © 1994
Italiano: Bruno Meini
|Tallis: Ave, rosa sine spinis & other sacred music|
The Cardinall’s Musick and their inspirational director Andrew Carwood present a further volume of their Gramophone-Award-winning series of Tallis’s sacred music.» More
Sacred Music from the Renaissance Era for Celestial and Secular Radio. When Peter Phillips founded The Tallis Scholars in 1973 sacred vocal music from the Renaissance Era was seldom heard on radio. Now it is firmly established as one of the great ...» More
|Tallis: Spem in alium|
This is the original release of The Tallis Scholars' acclaimed recording of Tallis's monumental 40-part motet Spem in alium; it remains one of their best-selling albums and was featured in the BBC Radio 4 programme Soul Music.» More
|Tallis: Spem in alium & other sacred music|
A simply spectacular performance which earned the recording a Gramophone 'Editor's Choice' plaudit.» More
|Tallis: The Tallis Scholars sing Thomas Tallis|
Including Spem in alium as featured in 'Fifty Shades of Grey'. The author, E L James, said: 'I am delighted to have introduced so many of my readers to this amazing 16th century piece of music, it is absolutely wonderful and the recording from The ...» More
|Tallis: The Complete Works, Vol. 7|
|Sacred Music in the Renaissance, Vol. 1|
The first of three volumes featuring The Tallis Scholars' finest recordings, one for each decade, and each offering over five hours of the award-winning performances that helped establish Renaissance Polyphony as one of the great repertoires of we ...» More