Hyperion & Helios - up to 30% off
Until 4th November 2019, we are offering up to 30% off the entire Hyperion label and its budget sister label Helios (please note that discounts do not apply to downloads).
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Mark Padmore (Hylas), Joan Rodgers (Briséïs), Simon Keenlyside (Le Catéchiste), Michael George (Stratoklès), Kathryn Harries (Thanastô), Gillian Taylor (First Maidservant), Ann Hetherington (Second Maidservant), Graeme Danby (Old Sailor), John Prince (Sailor)
Scottish Opera Chorus & BBC...
The most opulent discographic discovery of the decade — More…
Simon Keenlyside (baritone) & Graham Johnson (piano)
In his notes Graham Johnson says that what we have always lacked is a convincing way of performing late Schumann songs, often spare in texture and elusive in style. Well, he and Keenlyside seem... — More…
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...
Gillian Fisher (soprano), James Bowman (countertenor), Rogers Covey-Crump (high tenor), John Mark Ainsley (tenor), Michael George (bass) & Simon Keenlyside (bass)
The King’s Consort & The Choir of New College Oxford, Robert King
Purcell at his most theatrical and most domestic in two celebratory odes. New College Choir's sound is the main draw in a recital that never quite breaks sweat. — More…
An 1815 Schubertiad (II)
Lorna Anderson (soprano), Catherine Wyn-Rogers (mezzo soprano), Jamie Macdougall (tenor), Simon Keenlyside (baritone), Graham Johnson (piano), Patricia Rozario (soprano), Catherine Denley (alto), John Mark Ainsley (tenor), Michael George (bass)
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…