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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|Purcell: The Complete Ayres for the Theatre|
'Ayres for the Theatre' is a wonderful collection of rich and varied, tuneful music and has been marvellously well recorded by engineer Tony Faulkner ...
'Highly enjoyable!' (Early Music Review)» More
|Purcell: Mr Henry Purcell's Most Admirable Composures|
'James Bowman must surely be the finest vocal interpreter of Purcell today. His grasp of sentiment, his sense of timing, and his enunciation, are unsu ...» More
|An excess of pleasure|
This 1993 debut recording from the Palladians presents a joyous array of dance tunes from seventeenth-century England and cemented for the group their enviable reputation.» More
|English Lute Songs|
'Robin Blaze has the special ingredients to transcend any latent prejudice [of countertenors], especially in a recital as wide-ranging and intelligent ...
'Can be recommended without reservation … the wonderful 'By beauteous softness’, from Queen Mary’s Birthday Ode of 1689, given this performance, ...» More
|Purcell: A Purcell collection|
The young, virtuoso A Cappella ensemble Voces 8 returns to disc on Signum with a sumptuous collection of early works by Henry Purcell.» More
|Purcell: Music for a while & other songs|
|Purcell: Songs and Dialogues|
'Innocently sexy in the most charming way. Emma Kirkby can never have sounded more celestial. The sound quality is immaculate. This is a lovely record ...
'An unqualified delight' (BBC Music Magazine)» More
|Tippett: Remember your lovers & other songs|
Sir Michael Tippett's great masterpieces—Boyhood's End and The Heart's Assurance—are coupled here with some of his editions of songs by Henry Purcell, and Benjamin Britten's companion piece to Boyhood's End—Canticle 1.» More