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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|Bach: Piano Transcriptions, Vol. 4 - Samuel Feinberg|
'In this recording of all Feinberg's transcriptions, Martin Roscoe's interpretations reflect both the sensitivity behind the undertaking and the spiri ...
'Martin Roscoe's warm, lyrical playing makes this a most rewarding release' (Classic FM Magazine)» More
|Bach: Sonatas & Chorales|
'The Leipzig Collection' explores the music of Bach's Leipzig and includes the complete trio sonatas as well as some beautiful arrangements of chorales.» More
|Bach: The Complete Organ Works, Vol. 1|
A grand new series on Signum will present the complete organ works of Johann Sebastian Bach in crystal performances from David Goode on the 1976 Metzler organ of Trinity College Cambridge.» More
|Bach: Wachet auf!|
'Not only has Herrick found a simply ravishing Swiss organ which he uses with impeccable good taste, but the Hyperion team have come up with a top-not ...
'Herrick has once again shown that his command of the Bach idiom is as total as any other contemporary organist's … An impressive addition to a m ...» More
'Everything is of the most absorbing interest; everything is impeccably performed. Irresistible for pianists, this disc should be in every musician's ...
'Staggering feats of bravura with an effortless insouciance that defies belief. A collector's item, without doubt' (The Sunday Times)» 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