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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|Debussy: Piano Music|
‘Distinctive and distinguished performances’ (BBC Music Magazine)
‘Very distinguished playing indeed and must be strongly recommended’ (The Penguin Guide to Compact Discs)» More
‘A good recording of the Debussy Préludes should feel like an occasion, and Steven Osborne delivers. His playing seeps with atmosphere and he delves d ...
‘The finesse that Steven Osborne infallibly brings to his playing pays winning dividends on this recording of the two books of Debussy's Préludes’ (Th ...» More
|Debussy: Preludes Book 1|
‘Will give much pleasure to harpists, day-dreamers, and the good old-fashioned romantics in our midst’ (Gramophone)» More
|Debussy: Engulfed Cathedral|
One of a pair of distinctive Debussy recordings, made with the Philharmonia Orchestra and remastered here. Geoffrey Simon’s programme expands several of Debussy’s piano works into lavish orchestrations, including arrangements by Stokowski, Grainge ...» More
|Debussy: Evening in Granada|
One of a pair of distinctive Debussy recordings, made with the Philharmonia Orchestra and remastered here. Geoffrey Simon’s programme expands several of Debussy’s piano works into lavish orchestrations, including arrangments by Stokowski, Grainger ...» More
Alban Gerhardt’s dazzling tribute to the grandest of all Russian masters of the cello.» More
|Stephen Hough's Spanish Album|
‘Hough is one of Britian's best-kept cultural secrets; a pianist of such sophistication he will, I suspect, by the end of his career be able to be men ...
‘I cannot imagine many piano lovers failing to fall for this delectable and all-too-brief collection of impressions, portraits and postcards. If you a ...» More
|The Silken Tent|
From Byrd and Gibbons through to Nyman and Goehr, this album puts to bed the idea that the viol is a spent force, the instruments' beguiling lines sinuously interweaving with soprano voice—and taking in some arresting arrangements.» More