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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September 2018 Releases

In Beethoven Moonlight Sonata & other piano music, Pavel Kolesnikov brilliantly juxtaposes one of the most popular works in the entire canon with a carefully chosen selection of contemporary shorter pieces. This wonderful pianist's recordings for Hyperion have won unstinting—and richly deserved—praise, and there will be no shortage of critical superlatives for this latest release; an essential Record of the Month for September. More fine pianism comes from Howard Shelley who, directing the Ulster Orchestra, presents a second volume of Dussek Piano Concertos: fans of The Classical Piano Concerto will need little prompting to acquire this latest addition to the series, the G minor being one of the early nineteenth century's hidden gems.

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David Hill and Yale Schola Cantorum have recorded a Brahms German Requiem like no other, the much-reduced forces employed in Iain Farrington's version with chamber ensemble lending the work a surprising (and hitherto unsuspected) intimacy. Some of the best of today's English sacred and secular choral writing is showcased in Choral works by Owain Park, music of astonishing fluency and command in lustrous performances from Stephen Layton and Trinity College Choir Cambridge.

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A new release from SDG finds Sir John Eliot Gardiner at the helm of the Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique. Their programme, recorded live at the Concertgebouw in November 2016, comprises Schubert Symphony No 5 & Brahms Serenade No 2, two youthful works characterized by their unusually modest scorings.

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Joseph Nolan and the Signum Classics recording team headed to the Netherlands for their tenth album together—the mighty Organ of St Bavo, Haarlem, which has over the years played host to Mozart, Handel and Mendelssohn, inspiring a programme which culminates with Reubke's epic sonata.

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