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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from notes by Jeremy Dibble © 1997
|Stanford: Choral Music|
A selection of Stanford’s finest church music in a wide-ranging programme from Trinity College Choir.» More
|Stanford: Cathedral Music|
'A prestigious disc' (The Monthly Guide to Recorded Music)» More
|Stanford: Sacred Choral Music|
This three-disc set contains a generous selection of Stanford’s sacred choral music—settings for Matins, Evensong, motets, anthems and hymns—perfectly performed by Winchester Cathedral Choir at its best, conducted by David Hill.» More
|Faire is the Heaven|
Drawn from three key periods: the Reformation, the Restoration and the Anglican revival, here are 23 motets and anthems, sung in the beautiful acoustic of the Lady Chapel of Ely Cathedral.» More
|Hail, gladdening Light|
This album gathers together 23 examples of English sacred a cappella choral music drawn from several centuries, and forms a companion volume to Collegium’s earlier collection, Faire is the Heaven.» More
|The English Anthem, Vol. 1|
'Serene beauty that heals the spirit and calms the troubled soul. They sing with perfect unity and a rare vigour. Hyperion has captured the famed acou ...» More
|The English Anthem, Vol. 2|
'Spellbinding performances of some of the great classics of the repertoire. Buy this one; you'll enjoy every moment' (Organists' Review)» More
|The English Anthem, Vol. 4|
'The choir sing with their customary splendour and assurance' (Gramophone)» More
|The Feast of the Ascension at Westminster Abbey|
The Choir of Westminster Abbey, under its inspirational director, James O’Donnell, continues its exploration of the repertoire of the liturgy in the Abbey with music for the Feast of the Ascension. The works recorded here represent a wide range of th ...» More