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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Two exciting violinists make their first recordings for Hyperion this month: Eugene Ugorski performs the two Młynarski Violin Concertos (a fifteenth volume in our Romantic Violin Concerto series), Michał Dworzyński conducting a top-form BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, and Jack Liebeck pairs up with Katya Apekisheva for a whirlwind programme of Kreisler Violin Music.
Re-issued at budget price this month are James Bowman and Michael Chance sparkling through Countertenor duets by Purcell and Blow, the complete Wolf Eichendorff-Lieder sympathetically performed by Stephan Genz, and—from Gimell and The Tallis Scholars—a welcome return of the pioneering 1984 Tavener Ikon of Light recording. Historical piano label APR is releasing a quadruple album of Arthur de Greef Solo and concerto recordings dating from 1917 to 1931.
Newly available for download from the Hyperion website: the treasures on offer from Linn Records explode onto the scene with a fantastic new Mozart Requiem from the multi-award-winning Dunedin Consort, and Anthony Payne's intriguing new chamber version of Bruckner Symphony No 2 which has been recorded by the Royal Academy of Music Soloists Ensemble under Trevor Pinnock.