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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from notes by Andrew Green © 2001
extrait des notes rédigées par Andrew Green © 2001
aus dem Begleittext von Andrew Green © 2001
|A Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols - The Centenary Service|
A moment of pure magic as the light fails on a midwinter’s day and the still, small voice of a solo treble is heard … this is a cherishable document of one of this country’s timeless musical traditions on its centenary.» More
|A winter's night|
Bringing together a number of works for the specific forces of choir, brass quintet, organ and percussion (some arranged specially), this new album includes the first complete recording of Cecilia McDowall's 'Christmas cantata' in its original sco ...» More
|Rutter: Music for Christmas|
‘It’s hard to imagine them better performed than by the award-winning British choir Polyphony’ (The Mail on Sunday)
‘The performances by both choir and orchestra are ideal in tone, style and accomplishment … a Christmas treat’ (Gramophone)» More
|Rutter: The John Rutter Christmas Album|
The definitive collection of John Rutter carols and arrangements, this album forms a programme which narrates, reflects upon, and celebrates the Christmas story.» More
|Stillness and Sweet Harmony|
This is music to bring peace. From the wealth of music spanning over ten centuries recorded by the Cambridge Singers, John Rutter has selected fifteen serene and tranquil tracks from Collegium albums.» More
|What sweeter music|
'What Sweeter Music' is a real festive treat, with a sumptuous collection of songs and carols for Christmas—touching on traditional favourites (Silent Night, Away in a Manger), modern classics (The Lamb, What Sweeter Music) and some new light-hear ...» More