Hyperion & Helios - up to 25% off
Until 2nd November 2020, we are offering up to 25% off the entire Hyperion label and its budget sister label Helios including downloads (please note that the download prices shown are already discounted). Excludes download new releases from July onwards.
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Ian Bostridge (tenor), Graham Johnson (piano)
On the plus side, there's [Bostridge's] customary detailed attention to text; he uses some idiosyncratic tonal colouring to paint in its meanings, but the approach is always intelligent. He is... — More…
Ian Bostridge (Evangelist), Carolyn Sampson (soprano), Nicholas Mulroy (tenor), Neal Davies (bass), Iestyn Davies (countertenor) & Roderick Williams (baritone)
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment & Polyphony, Stephen Layton
this new recording's credentials border on the unassailable...Layton's pacing is compelling - there's no mistaking the gambling fever as the soldiers cast lots for Christ's garment...[Neal Davies]... — More…
2 CDs($29.25) $23.25
Ian Bostridge (tenor) & Graham Johnson (piano)
Bostridge is in the royal line of Britten's tenor interpreters. Indeed his imaginative response to words and music may come closer than any to Pears himself. He's heard here in a veritable cornucopia... — More…
This two-CD set is the most representative recording of Hahn's songs ever made. It includes the complete Etudes Latines and Rondels (both with choir) as well as many of his most familiar songs.
Dame Felicity Lott (soprano), Susan Bickley (mezzo soprano), Ian Bostridge (tenor), Stephen Varcoe (baritone)
The London Schubert Chorale, Stephen Layton
The two cycles, Douze rondels and Etudes latines, are linked by a common fascination with the past.
The Douze rondels were composed to poems in a medieval metre, which allowed Hahn to try his... — More…
2 CDs($29.25) $23.25
Felicity Lott, Susan Gritton, Sarah Walker, James Bowman, John Mark Ainsley, Ian Bostridge, Anthony Rolfe Johnson, Richard Jackson, Simon Keenlyside & Graham Johnson
Two irresistible discs—typically painstakingly produced and documented—and would deserve four stars if only they were there to give — More…
2 CDs($15.00) $12.00
Partsongs, folksongs and Shakespeare settings
Ian Bostridge (tenor), Michael George (bass)
Ian Bostridge (tenor), Graham Johnson (piano) & Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (reader)
Bostridge’s peculiarly beseeching voice enshrines the vulnerability, tender feeling and obsessive love of the youthful miller … a soulsearching interpretation — More…
Sixty soloists, including Ian Bostridge & Matthias Goerne, with Graham Johnson (piano)
a monumental achievement...Throughout the whole series Johnson in his inspired accompaniments consistently revels in Schubert's joyfully original piano writing...Few series of recordings so richly... — More…
40 CDs($208.75) $156.75
The Lieder of Robert Schumann in chronological order
Juliane Banse, Edith Barlow, Katherine Broderick, Stella Doufexis, Felicity Lott, Geraldine McGreevy, Dorothea Röschmann, Kate Royal, Christine Schäfer, Lydia Teuscher (soprano), Daniela Lehner, Ann Murray, Leigh Woolf (mezzo-soprano), Ian Bostridge, Mark Padmore, Nicky Spence, Adrian Thompson, Adrian...