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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Howard Shelley has teamed up with the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra to record an eighty-sixth volume in our glorious Romantic Piano Concerto series: Piano Concertos by Tellefsen & Kalkbrenner, or—more strictly—the two concertos by the magnificently named Thomas Dyke Acland Tellefsen, originally of Norway, and the equally magnificently named Grande Marche interrompue par Un Orage et suivie d’une Polonaise by his fellow Parisian Friedrich Kalkbrenner. Tellefsen's works date from the middle decade of the nineteenth century, a soundworld grounded in the works of his beloved Chopin but not ashamed to sprinkle sequins chipped from the workbench of his sometime teacher Kalkbrenner.
The ongoing series dedicated to choice selections of our all-time favourite recordings—ones you might possibly have missed? This time: a volume in our Complete Strauss Songs series from Anne Schwanewilms and Roger Vignoles (‘by any yardstick this is magnificent singing’—International Record Review), Missa Ego flos campi & other sacred music by Jacobus Vaet from Cinquecento (‘stunning … this deserves to be widely heard’—Gramophone), and Richard Strauss’ Don Quixote & Till Eulenspiegel from Markus Stenz and the Gürzenich-Orchester Köln (‘an irrepressible performance’—BBC Music Magazine). If you don’t know them already, a track from each is included on our monthly sampler which is free to download.