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 Peter Williams © 1990
aus dem Begleittext von Peter Williams © 1990
Deutsch: Anne Steeb/Bernd Müller
|Bach: Music for oboe and harpsichord|
Gail Hennessy and Nicholas Parle first played together in London in 1986. They discovered a strong musical rapport and their decision to record these Bach sonatas using oboe and harpsichord stems from their performances over the years of the "big" ...» More
|Bach: Trio Sonatas|
'Organists who have struggled with the three independent lines will marvel at Herrick's fluency … Recording quality is superb, the recently built ...
'The most persuasive, vivid and compelling performances ever of these sonatas. Herrick's bubbly playing, not to mention Hyperion's superb recording, ...» More
|Bach: Six Trio Sonatas transcribed|
'A marvellous way of getting to know the ins and outs of six superb examples of Bach's contrapuntal craft' (Gramophone)
'As played by The King's Consort, these sonatas have a deliciously intimate and conversational quality that is very difficult to achieve at the organ ...» More
|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: 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