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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Roderick Kennedy (bass), Patricia Taylor (contralto), Anne Dawson (soprano), David Wilson-Johnson (baritone), Valery Hill (soprano), Roger Bryson (bass-baritone), Maldwyn Davies (tenor)
English Chamber Orchestra, The Geoffrey Mitchell Choir, Alan G Melville
The Immortal Hour is part of theatrical folklore: in London in the early 1920s it ran, unprecedentedly, for 216 consecutive performances and, shortly afterwards, for a further 160 at the first... — More…
Stephen Stirling (horn), Richard Hosford (clarinet)
The Florestan Trio
A clear first recommendation for any of the five works. I find these fully the equal of any other versions of any of the trios in the catalogs, whether by present-day or ‘golden age’ performers.... — More…
Elizabeth Wallfisch (violin), Richard Tunnicliffe (cello) & Paul Nicholson (harpsichord)
The Locatelli Trio
In terms of poise and feeling, Albinoni's chamber music surpasses his more celebrated Venetian contemporary, Vivaldi. Mellifluous performances, warmly engineered. — More…
Jean Rigby (mezzo soprano), Alastair Miles (bass), Gerald Finley (baritone), John Aler (tenor), Gwynne Howell (bass), Peter Evans (tenor) & Robert Poulton (baritone)
Corydon Singers & Orchestra & St Paul's Cathedral Choristers, Matthew Best
The recording is surely the best available — More…