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 Song of Farewell|
Continuing Signum’s new partnership with Paul McCreesh and the Gabrieli Consort, their latest release is a recording of the groups renowned a cappella programme of music for mourning and consolation. This is a beautifully poignant programme of Bri ...» More
|Passiontide at St Paul's|
This sequence of music for Lent, Passiontide and Easter represents a journey through perhaps the most dramatic part of the Church's year. Favourites include Mendelssohn's I waited for the Lord and Bruckner's Christus factus est. A celebration both ...» More
|Praise my soul|
Subtitled 'Favourite hymns from Jesus College Cambridge', this programme celebrates the rich and living tradition of hymnody through the exalted voices of the college's two chapel choirs and the thunderous voicings of the 2007 Kuhn organ.» More
|Rejoice, the Lord is king!|
Westminster Abbey rings with the voices of the choir and organ lifted in the great hymns which are a vital part of our national character and history. The recording brings the experience of Abbey occasions—from royal weddings to state funerals—int ...» More
|Sing, ye Heavens - Hymns for all time|
An inspiring album of 21 hymns spanning fifteen centuries of the history of Christian Europe, including the world premiere of a new hymn by John Rutter himself, Eternal God.» More
|The English Hymn, Vol. 3 - Hills of the north, rejoice|
‘The voices are magnificent; likewise the organ. The whole record is a delight’ (Gramophone)
‘There is nothing in this collection that is not worth hearing and much to treasure’ (Cross Rhythms)» More