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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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En amours n’a si non bien, Nul mal qui ne luy pence. Amours font faire mainct tours Et maincte contenance. Je le dis pour mon amy Qui est gay et bien joly, Je le congnois d’enfance. S’il m’ayme, si fais je luy, Dieu le gard de mechance.
Il est d’ung si beau maintien, Bel à grant suffisance; Mon cueur veult, et moy le sien D’une vollunté france. S’il esloit, par Saint Rémy, Avec moi jour et demy, J’ay en luy tel fiance, Qu’il n’y seroit endormy, Tant est plain de plaisance.
In love there is nothing but good, no evil can be imputed to it. Loves gives rise to many tricks and many stratagems. I say this for my love who is cheerful and handsome; I have known him since childhood. if he loves me, so do I him; God protect him from misfortune.
He is of such comely demeanour, and exceedingly handsome; he longs for my heart, and mine for his, with a noble desire. By Saint Rémi, if he were with me for a day and a half, I trust that he would not fall asleep, he is so full of delight.