The Basic Hyperion - Latin Music Highlights [FLAC+MP3](Big Papi) UK Imply HYP12 DDD 1993

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The Basic Hyperion — Latin Music Highlights [FLAC+MP3](Big Papi) UK Imply HYP12 DDD 1993

Though the years I had a certain relieve quandary for a particular artists whose recordings I would assemble. Than I noticed that even recording labels have vigorous entreaty — and one of the most beneficial became british «Hyperion» named after a Titan in greek mythology. (No wonder,as I grew up with greek mythology)

«Hyperion» started as unearned visitors in 1980 and quick established its name by some of very freakish and striking recordings of which probably the most stirring was 1984 album of music by Abbess Hildegard of Bingen titled «A Feather On The Indication Of God» and that was really earth-breaking hit that put «Hyperion» on the the world at large map. I loved that album forever,not really intelligent at that culture anything about little recording visitors that focused its r to less-known and neglected pieces far from well-known press pleasing repertoire. People from «Hyperion» always made a side of looking astute in the corners to allot something attractive,not to animadvert on a splendid file or artists who recorded for them,it seems that it became a quiz of standing to drudgery with «Hyperion». Thanks to «Gramophone» who was championing and showering them with awards communistic and right, I sooner became enthralled with «Hyperion» enough to start collecting their albums whenever I could — in these days when CD shops are disappearing it became a bit stubborn but everytime I on UK,I vote in as a side of buying several «Hyperion» releases,they always made me beneficial — in episode,i now came to the side when «Hyperion» brand is a encouragement in itself.

This good CD is a quandary on introduction to «Hyperion» catalogue and I could simply praise it to anybody without reservations.

From Purcell to Erik Satie, from solemn music by 16. century giants to Franz Liszt, from happy «Phil the fluter's Ball» to Boccherini this is just a real satisfaction. I often allot myself enjoying these various pick because of the far-out alternative assembled — since music jumps from one century to another, it avoids iterative feel and it absolutely floats around nicely.

The Key Hyperion

Artist...............: Various Artists
Album................: The Key Hyperion
Genre................: Concerto
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 1993

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1. Peter Holman — Concerto for 2 trumpets: Allegro [01:29]
2. Brandenburg Consort — Abdelazer, or, the Moor's Their Comeuppance, unlooked-for music, Z. 570: Rondeau[01:49]
3. Robert Ruler — A Prince of spectacular spillway [03:38]
4. Roy Goodman — The Morning, solitary cantata for agency, flute (or recorder), strings & continuo (Six Cantatas, No. 5): The glitt'ring sun[01:41]
5. Peter Holman — The Ephesian Matron: or, The Widow's Tears, a mirthful serenata: Vaudeville[02:42]
6. Jeremy Budd — Magnificat in G [04:40]
7. Harry Christophers — Libera nos [02:58]
8. Mara Kiek — Mandad' ei comigo, cantiga for agency and accompaniment[02:42]
9. Charles the Resolute — Ma dame, trop vous mesprenés [01:41]
10. Matthew Best — Locus iste [03:25]
11. London Red-Letter Day Orchestra — Symphony in A notable, G. 518 (Op. 37/4): Beat di Minuetto[03:21]
12. Roy Goodman — Symphony No. 94 in G notable («Surprise»/«The Drumstroke»/«Mit dem Paukenschlag»), H. 1/94: Finale[03:59]
13. Ronald Corp — Gymnopedie for piano No. 1 [03:37]
14. Graham Johnson — Liederkreis, 12 songs for agency & piano, Op. 39: Waldesgesprach[02:23]
15. Leslie Howard — Album leaf in waltz fashion [00:50]
16. Tatiana Nikolayeva — Prelude & Fugue for piano No. 7 in A notable, Op. 87/7: No.7 in A notable[03:35]
17. Graham Johnson — Phil the Fluter's Ball [03:08]
18. Malcolm Binns — Concerto, for piano & orchestra in C smart obscure, Op. 30: Allegro[03:59]
19. Winchester Cathedral Choir — O salutaris hostia [03:39]
20. Arleen Augér — Canzonen (4), for agency & piano, D. 688: No 3, Da qeul sembiante[02:04]
21. Locatelli Triptych — Sonata for violin & continuo in G obscure, Op. 5/5: Vivace[01:47]
22. Allegri Provisos Quartet — Quartet for clarinet & strings No. 1 in E brazenly notable, Op. 2: Rondo[03:37]
23. Raphael Choir — Provisos Sextet in A notable, B. 80 (Op. 48): Furiant[04:06]
24. Coull Quartet — Pieces (4) for provisos quartet, Op. 81: No 2, Scherzo in A obscure[03:37]
25. Clifford Benson — Come you, Mary [01:02]
26. Nikolai Demidenko — Nun freut euch, lieben Baptize, transcription for piano (after J. S. Bach, BWV 734: Ten Chorale Preludes No. 4), KiV B27/4[02:09]
27. Andrew Lawrence-Ruler — Deus in adiutorium [02:36]
28. Christopher Herrick — Sortie for process in E brazenly notable [02:16]

Playing Culture.........: 01:18:45

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