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Hyperion Romantic Piano Concertos - 20% off

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Hyperion's Romantic Piano Concertos series now numbers some 80 volumes, exploring works by composers from Saint-Saëns and Tchaikovsky to Albéniz and Reger.

Until 6th April 2020, we're offering 20% off all recordings in the series including downloads (please note that the download prices shown are already discounted).

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Howard Shelley (piano/conductor), Sinfonieorchester St Gallen

Dupont’s Third Concerto (1870s, revised – probably for publication by Schott in 1880) is well-written and conventional, opening with a dark and troubled Allegro moderato, succeeded by a pallid... More…

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Markus Becker (piano)

Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, Constantin Trinks

One key aspect of Pfitzner’s endlessly fascinating Piano Concerto that immediately strikes home is its harmonic richness…Like most of Braunfels’s music that I’ve heard, [his concerto] suggests... More…

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Emmanuel Despax (piano)

BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Eugene Tzigane

No praise could be high enough for Despax with his immaculate dexterity, his elegant grace and fluency. Hyperion’s sound and balance are superb and Eugene Tzigane’s partnership is warmly sympathetic.... More…

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Simon Callaghan (piano)

BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Ben Gernon

The only piano concerto by Josef Rheinberger dates from 1877 and is a vast, rich work, owing as much to Brahms as to Schumann. And if Bernhard Scholz’s concerto (1883) is somewhat looser in feel,... More…

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Piers Lane (piano)

The Orchestra Now, Leon Botstein

[No. 8’s] main point of interest is its slow movement – a serene piece of Romantic ardour, played with admirable poetic warmth by Piers Lane…[in No. 9] Lane manages the seemingly endless cascades... More…

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Howard Shelley (piano & conductor)

BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra

Shelley is his usual reliable self, making light of technical difficulties, and breathing life into neglected corners of the repertoire. Some of these pieces are short on memorable ideas, but... More…

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Simon Callaghan (piano)

BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Martyn Brabbins

Rachmaninov meets Ivor Novello – these suave, sophisticated works are beautifully orchestrated, and lavished here with playing of unstinting poise. More…

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Howard Shelley (piano & conductor)

Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra

[Potter's concertos] are conservative in style, but distinctively coloured through their prominent use of wind instruments, as well as occasional passages for solo violin and cello...The warmth... More…

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Howard Shelley (piano/conductor)

Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra

in the later Piano Concerto in A Minor Czerny’s limpid writing emulates Chopin in its attractive, early romanticism — an unexpected delight… More…

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