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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|Howells: Collegium Regale & other choral works|
A triumphant new complete recording of Howells’ liturgical masterpiece—from the finest of choirs.» More
|Howells: An English Mass, Cello Concerto & other works|
Stephen Cleobury and the Choir of King’s College Cambridge celebrate the music of Herbert Howells with an album exploring the finest examples of his choral and orchestral music, as well as his writing for the organ. The little-known cello concerto ...» More
|Howells: Choral Music|
A true master and exponent of the British choral music tradition, Herbert Howells' compositions and settings are brought to life in this collection of his secular and sacred works. Performances come from the youthful talents of The Rodlofus Choir, ...» 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
|Magnificat, Vol. 2|
Settings of the Magnificat and Nunc dimittis by composers ranging from Herbert Howells, Sydney Watson and Herbert Sumsion through to Giles Swayne, Lennox Berkeley and Arvo Pärt—beautifully performed all.» More
|Evensong Live 2016|
A selection of the best weekly webcasts, as selected by the choir’s Director of Music from the recordings made during the preceding academic year.» More
|The Majesty of thy Glory|
This magnificient programme sung by The Temple Church Choir explores three fascinating and contrasting settings of the Te Deum: A stalwart of the church liturgy (first conceived as far back as AD 387), these settings span over 300 years of English ...» More