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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|Advent at St Paul's|
'This truly rich advent feast is performed wonderfully well on all counts and can be highly recommended' (Organists' Review)» More
|Byrd, Parsons & White: Where late the sweet birds sang|
Magnificat features some of the country's leading consort singers. The fine acoustics of St George's Church Chesterton provide a splendid backdrop for the seamless and natural blend of Magnificat's voices and the luminous glow of their performance ...» More
|Evensong Live 2015|
A generous cross section of the music-making that happens at King’s, capturing the atmosphere and acoustic of the Chapel and presenting Evensong as a living and breathing part of our national heritage.» More
'The answer to many prayers; a blockbusting survey of choral masterpieces performed by a choir of exceptional calibre' (Classic FM Magazine)
'For anyone eager to sample varied music from the Golden Age of polyphony this is a perfect disc' (Classic CD)» 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
A new release from Westminster Cathedral Choir which demonstrates the splendours of the liturgy in the season of Lent. Masterworks from the Renaissance—familiar from the choir’s previous award-winning recordings—alternate with Sarum chant and work ...» More
|Parsons: Sacred Music|
Gramophone award-winning ensemble The Cardinall’s Musick returns to another master of the English Renaissance, Robert Parsons. Few details remain of the composer’s short life but his vocal writing is some of the most opulent of the period. The ens ...» More