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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|A walk with Ivor Gurney|
Dame Sarah Connolly performs Ivor Gurney's wonderful orchestral songs in a programme that also includes some of Vaughan Williams's most poignant choral works and a new tribute to Gurney by Judith Bingham.» More
|Great Cathedral Anthems|
Infusing the hallowed spaces of Canterbury Cathedral with their singing for the first time in 2014, the Girls here join the Men of the Cathedral Choir in a sequence of anthems from Tallis and Byrd to Howells and Leighton.» More
|Howells: Choral Music|
Howells’ ‘Coll. Reg.’ settings immediately set the benchmark for twentieth-century liturgical composition and led to the composer being besieged by requests from cathedrals and collegiate chapels for other such ‘custom-built’ settings. A generous ...» More
|Howells: St Paul's Service & other works|
‘You really feel as if you've wandered into the building during a service’ (BBC Music Magazine)
‘Buy the disc. It is worth it for 'Take him earth' alone’ (Cathedral Music)» More
|Howells: The house of the mind & other choral works|
A programme celebrating the works and influence of Herbert Howells within the vibrant English choral tradition of the last hundred years.» More
|Stanford and Howells Remembered|
This newly remastered version of The Cambridge Singers' 1992 Stanford and Howells album has been expanded to include almost twenty minutes of previously unreleased material, including Stanford's resplendent Latin Magnificat. John Rutter and The Ca ...» More
|The English Anthem, Vol. 7|
‘All of the music is of the very highest quality. This disc will offer lasting pleasure and satisfaction to cathedral music enthusiasts and newcomers ...
‘Rewarding indeed’ (Classic FM Magazine)» More