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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|Elgar: Enigma Variations & other works|
‘Mark Elder is making something of a name for himself as an Elgarian, and is in the best of possible places to do so’ (MusicWeb International)» More
|Elgar: Enigma Variations and Introduction & Allegro|
The 'Variations on an original theme', or ’Enigma’ as they are commonly known, brought Elgar overnight fame when they appeared in 1899. The music is glorious from start to finish, especially in the serene 'Nimrod'. Each variation is given a crypti ...» More
|Elgar: Enigma Variations, In the South & Serenade for strings|
This album features Elgar’s best-known orchestral works: the 'Enigma' Variations depicting twelve of Elgar’s family and friends in fourteen variations, the Serenade for strings, and 'In the South', a Concert Overture written for the Elgar festival ...» More
|Elgar: Enigma Variations & Organ Sonata|
‘One gladly salutes Keith John for his virtuoso performances … a very fine achievement’ (Gramophone)
‘A technically brilliant performance that employs the instrument’s full range of colours and sonorities’ (BBC Music Magazine)» More
|Elgar: Enigma Variations & other orchestral works|
Two orchestral favourites, coupled with three Elgarian rarities from World War I. Kate Royal is the soloist in ‘Une voix dans le désert’.» More
|Elgar: Organ Music|
Former organ scholar at King's College, Cambridge, Robert Quinney performs a stunning recital of works by Elgar on the organ of Westminster Abbey where he has been Sub-Organist between 2004 and 2013 before being appointed organist at New College, ...» More