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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from notes by William McVicker © 2002
|Christmas Carols and Motets|
This recording presents three traditional ways of celebrating Christmas in music: medieval carols, renaissance motets praising the Virgin Mary, and German chorales.» More
|Christmas Music from Medieval and Renaissance Europe|
'A most unusual and attractive record' (The Guardian)» More
|Christmas with the King's Singers|
A King’s Singers Christmas album comprising 24 tracks for each day of Advent. The album features celebrated carols as Away in a Manger, specially arranged for the group and other traditional carols performed in their original versions. Five ...» More
|Christmas with The Tallis Scholars|
"I am delighted to recommend this seasonal selection. Over the years we have recorded many different types of Christmas music—carols, chant, chorales, hymns, motets and masses—but this is the first time they have been put together in one collectio ...» More
|Epiphany at St Paul's|
Hyperion’s series of St Paul’s recordings is graced by an addition dedicated to music for Epiphany. The programme embraces music from the sixteenth to the twentieth century, from Bach to Bingham, and includes many long-established favourites by We ...» More
|Favourite Carols from King's|
Favourite Carols from King’s is a collection of the most popular carols featured in the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols over the years, and a tribute to the King’s Christmas tradition.» More
|Voces 8 Christmas|
BBC Music Magazine
'Another winner from Signum is Voces 8's Christmas. As the name implies, these are eight young singers: two sopranos, two counter-tenors, two tenors, ...» More