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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|A Bach Album|
‘A beguiling and brilliantly conceived programme, brilliantly performed. A special recommendation for a most delightful and unusual disc’ (Gramophone)
‘An engaging programme’ (BBC Music Magazine)» More
‘A magnificent addition to both the Bach repertoire and Angela Hewitt's artistically unparallelled survey of Bach's keyboard compositions’ (Fanfare, USA)
‘A collection of rarities and oddities that makes for enjoyable listening. The quality of the Hyperion recording is excellent, with the right balance ...» More
|Bach: Piano Transcriptions, Vol. 10 - Saint-Saëns & Philipp|
Hyperion’s Bach Transcriptions series shows Bach through the fascinating prism of the Romantic musical mind. This latest volume presents the complete transcriptions by Saint-Saëns, interspersed with Isidore Philipp’s bold realizations of two Bach– ...» More
|Bach: The Four Orchestral Suites|
‘This new Dyad set now takes pride of place among currently available period performances of these works’ (Gramophone)
‘Captivating performances, stylistically informed, affectionate and spirited. Wholeheartedly recommended’ (Gramophone)» More
|Spira, spera - Bach transcriptions|
This virtuosic programme of Bach piano transcriptions combines tried-and-tested favourites—such as the mighty Bach-Busoni 'Chaconne' and Myra Hess's 'Jesu, joy of man's desiring'—with uncompromising first recordings of arrangements by Theodor Szán ...» More
|The Feast of Saint Peter the Apostle at Westminster Abbey|
Another fascinating collection from Westminster Abbey, recreating a particular liturgical event. This disc contains music one might hear if visiting the Abbey on its patronal feast, that of St Peter the Apostle. The programme broadly follows the s ...» More