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 Barry Peter Ould © 2002
extrait des notes rédigées par Barry Peter Ould © 2002
Français: Josée Bégaud
aus dem Begleittext von Barry Peter Ould © 2002
Deutsch: Viola Scheffel
|Fauré: The Complete Songs, Vol. 1|
Malcolm Martineau brings together some of the UK’s finest singers for the first release in a new series charting the complete songs of French composer Gabriel Fauré.» More
This sensational new release from German cellist Alban Gerhardt recaptures the novelty of the much-loved encores performed by Pablo Casals. Spanish-born Casals was universally recognized as one of the world’s greatest cellists and had a vast reper ...» More
|Fauré: Cello Sonata No 2 & other works|
'A lovely disc' (The Independent)» More
|Fauré: La chanson d'Ève & other songs|
'This varied and generous selection of 28 songs is perhaps the best general introduction to this important side of Fauré's output and is also one of G ...
'Deeply considered and deeply moving performances' (BBC Record Review)» More
|Fauré: The Complete Songs, Vol. 2 - Un paysage choisi|
'All the singers involved in this ideally presented and recorded offering perform with a special ardour and commitment and Graham Johnson is, as alway ...
'There can be nothing but praise for Johnson's pianism and his selection and arrangement of the songs. Volumes 3 and 4 are eagerly awaited' (The Sunda ...» More
|Grainger: Rambles and Reflections|
As the fiftieth anniversary year of Grainger's death draws to a close, here is another chance to sample the composer's miraculous piano transcriptions in dazzling performances by compatriot Piers Lane. Everything from Stanford's folksy Irish Dance ...» More