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Various - Hyperion New Release Sampler – November 2014 Mp3

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  • Album: Hyperion New Release Sampler – November 2014
  • Label: Hyperion
  • Catalog #: HYP201411
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  • Released: Nov 2014
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  • Category: Classical
Various - Hyperion New Release Sampler – November 2014 Mp3

Tracklist

1Mass In B Minor, BWV232 - Part 4 Osanna, Benedictus, Agnus Dei And Dona Nobis Pacem No 5. Chorus: Dona Nobis Pacem
Booklet Editor – Tim Parry Composed By – Johann Sebastian BachConductor – Jonathan Cohen Engineer [Recording Engineer] – David HinittEnsemble – ArcangeloExecutive-Producer – Simon Perry Leader [Orchestra Leader] – Cecilia BernardiniLiner Notes [English] – Robert King Liner Notes [French Translation] – Hilary Stock Liner Notes [German Translation] – HypérionProducer [Recording Producer] – Adrian Peacock
4:17
2Act 3 Scene 12 No 1. Recitativo: Reo Non Si Chiami, O Sire (Ismene/Mitridate)
Soprano Vocals – Klara EkTenor Vocals – Barry Banks
1:23
3Mitridate, Re Di Ponto, K87
Chorus – Classical OperaComposed By – Wolfgang Amadeus MozartConductor, Liner Notes [English] – Ian Page Liner Notes [Mozart Biography French Translation] – Claire DelamarcheLiner Notes [Mozart Biography German Translation] – Elke HockingsLiner Notes [Mozart English Biography] – Andrew Stewart Lyrics By – Vittorio Amedeo Cigna-SantiProducer [Recording Producer], Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Andrew Mellor
4Suite No 2 In A Minor - Movement 7: Gavotte
Booklet Editor – Tim Parry Composed By – Jean-Philippe RameauEngineer [Recording Engineer] – David HinittExecutive-Producer – Simon Perry Harpsichord, Liner Notes [English] – Mahan EsfahaniLiner Notes [French Translation] – Marie-Stella PârisLiner Notes [German Translation] – Christiane FrobeniusLiner Notes [Rameau Biography French Translation] – Isabelle BattioniLiner Notes [Rameau Biography German Translation] – Viola ScheffelLiner Notes [Rameau English Biography] – Graham SadlerProducer [Recording Producer] – Tim OldhamTechnician [Keyboard Technician] – Miles Hellon
7:26
5Four Choral Songs, Op 53 - No 1: There Is Sweet Music
Booklet Editor – Tim Parry Choir – Royal Holloway ChoirComposed By – Sir Edward ElgarConductor, Liner Notes [English] – Rupert GoughEngineer [Recording Engineer] – David HinittExecutive-Producer – Simon Perry Liner Notes [Elgar Biography French Translation] – Claire DelamarcheLiner Notes [Elgar Biography German Translation] – Anne Steeb, Bernd Müller Liner Notes [Elgar English Biography] – Andrew Stewart Lyrics By – Alfred, Lord TennysonProducer [Recording Producer] – Adrian Peacock
5:22
6This Is A Joyful, Happy Holy Day
Choir – Magdalen College Choir OxfordComposed By – John Ward Conductor – Daniel HydeEdited By [Editor] – Julia Thomas Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Philip HobbsEnsemble – Phantasm Lyrics By [Renaissance] – AnonymousProducer [Recording Producer] – Adrian PeacockViol – Christopher Terepin, Emilia Benjamin, Emily Ashton, Jonathan Manson, Mikko PerkolaViol, Liner Notes [English] – Laurence Dreyfus
5:50
7Symphony No 3 In A Minor 'Scottish', Op 56 - Movement 4: Allegro Vivacissimo – Allegro Maestoso Assai (Abridged)
Composed By – Felix MendelssohnConductor – Sir John Eliot GardinerEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Jonathan Stokes, Neil HutchinsonLiner Notes [English] – Lindsay KempLiner Notes [French Translation] – Claire DelamarcheLiner Notes [German Translation] – Ursula WulfekampLiner Notes [Mendelssohn English Biography] – Stephen Johnson Orchestra – London Symphony OrchestraProducer [Recording Producer] – Nicholas Parker
5:58
8Missa Hodie Christus Natus Est - Movement 1: Kyrie
Choir – Westminster Cathedral ChoirComposed By – Giovanni Pierluigi da PalestrinaConductor – Martin Baker Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Julian MillardLiner Notes [English] – Jon Dixon Liner Notes [French Translation] – Marie LucchetaLiner Notes [German Translation] – Viola ScheffelProducer [Recording Producer] – Mark Brown
3:15
9Act 3 Scene 11. Recitativo: Ah Vieni, O Dolce Dell’amor Mio (Mitridate/Aspasia/Sifare)
Soprano Vocals – Miah Persson, Sophie BevanTenor Vocals – Barry Banks
1:23
10Parade Der Zinnsoldaten
Composed By – Leon JesselConductor – Ronald CorpEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Tony FaulknerLiner Notes [English] – Andrew LambLiner Notes [French Translation] – HypérionLiner Notes [German Translation] – Michael StofflOrchestra – New London OrchestraProducer [Recording Producer] – Oliver Rivers
2:53
11Mass For Four Voices - Movement 5: Agnus Dei
Composed By – William ByrdEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Simon Fox-GálEnsemble – Phantasm Liner Notes [Byrd English Biography] – Andrew CarwoodProducer [Recording Producer] – Jonathan Freeman-Attwood
4:16
12Missa De Beata Virgine - Movement 4: Sanctus And Benedictus
Alto Vocals – Emma Ashby, Fiona Rogers, Sarah CoatsworthBass Vocals – David Stuart , James Arthur , Paul CharrierComposed By – Antoine BrumelConductor, Liner Notes [English] – Stephen RiceEngineer [Recording Engineer] – David HinittEnsemble – The Brabant EnsembleExecutive-Producer – Nick Flower, Simon Perry Liner Notes [French Translation] – HypérionLiner Notes [German Translation] – Viola ScheffelProducer [Recording Producer], Edited By [Editor] – Antony PittsSoprano Vocals – Eloise Irving, Helen Ashby, Kate AshbyTenor Vocals – Alastair Carey, Andrew McAnerney, William Knight
6:59
13Act 3 Scene 12 No 2. Coro: Non Si Ceda Al Campidoglio (Aspasia/Sifare/Farnace/Ismene/Arbate)
Countertenor Vocals – Lawrence ZazzoSoprano Vocals – Miah Persson, Sophie Bevan, Klara Ek, Anna Devin
0:53
14Novelletten, Op 21 - No 1 In F Major: Markiert Und Kräftig
Booklet Editor – Tim Parry Composed By – Robert SchumannEngineer [Recording Engineer] – David HinittExecutive-Producer – Mike Spring, Simon Perry Liner Notes [English] – Misha DonatLiner Notes [French Translation] – HypérionLiner Notes [German Translation] – Christiane FrobeniusLiner Notes [Schumann Biography French Translation] – Claire DelamarcheLiner Notes [Schumann Biography German Translation] – Ursula WulfekampLiner Notes [Schumann English Biography] – Stephen Johnson Piano – Danny DriverProducer [Recording Producer] – Andrew Keener
5:24
15Sonata In G Minor, Kk450
Composed By – Domenico ScarlattiEdited By [Editor] – Seth B WinnerExecutive-Producer – Mike SpringLiner Notes [Scarlatti Biography French Translation] – HypérionLiner Notes [Scarlatti Biography German Translation] – Ute MansfeldtLiner Notes [Scarlatti English Biography] – Robert King Piano – Guiomar Novaes
1:27
16… Depart In Peace … (Abridged)
Composed By – Sir John TavenerEdited By [Editor] – Julia Thomas Ensemble – Scottish EnsembleLiner Notes [English] – Peter AvisLyrics By – Saint LukeProducer [Recording Producer], Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Philip HobbsSoprano Vocals – Patricia RozarioTambura – Matthew RookeViolin – Clio Gould
5:33
17Serenata Española (Transcription From Impresiones De España)
Arranged By – Francisco TárregaComposed By – Joaquín MalatsEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Wolf-Dieter KarwatkyGuitar – Christoph DenothLiner Notes [English] – Thérèse Wassily SabaLiner Notes [French Translation] – Marie Le Carlier de VesludLiner Notes [German Translation] – Suzanne LeuProducer [Recording Producer] – Christopher Alder
4:38
18Serenade For Strings In C Major, Op 48 - Movement 2: Valse: Moderato – Tempo Di Valse
Composed By – Pyotr TchaikovskyConductor – Roman SimovićEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Jonathan Stokes, Neil HutchinsonEnsemble – LSO String EnsembleLiner Notes [English] – Wendy Thompson Liner Notes [French Translation] – Claire DelamarcheLiner Notes [German Translation] – Elke HockingsLiner Notes [Tchaikovsky English Biography] – Andrew Stewart Producer [Recording Producer] – James Mallinson
3:45
19Préludes II, L131 - No 12: Feux D'artifice: Modérément Animé
Booklet Editor – Tim Parry Composed By – Claude DebussyEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Simon EadonExecutive-Producer – Mike Spring, Simon Perry Liner Notes [Debussy Biography French Translation] – Marie-Stella PârisLiner Notes [Debussy Biography German Translation] – Viola ScheffelLiner Notes [Debussy English Biography] – Angela HewittLiner Notes [English] – Roger Nichols Liner Notes [French Translation] – HypérionLiner Notes [German Translation] – Bettina Reinke-WelshPiano – Marc-André HamelinProducer [Recording Producer] – Andrew Keener
4:33
20Fantasia A 6 No 3
Composed By – Orlando GibbonsEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Arne AkselbergEnsemble – Phantasm Liner Notes [Gibbons English Biography] – William McVickerProducer [Recording Producer] – Jonathan Freeman-Attwood
3:28
21Nocturne In D Flat Major, Op 27 No 2
Composed By – Frédéric ChopinEdited By [Editor] – Julia Thomas Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Philip HobbsLiner Notes [Chopin Biography German Translation] – Ludwig MadlenerLiner Notes [Chopin English Biography] – Jeremy NicholasLiner Notes [English] – Jim Samson Liner Notes [French Translation] – HypérionLiner Notes [German Translation] – Viola ScheffelPiano – Ingrid FliterProducer [Recording Producer] – John Fraser
5:54

Credits

  • Painting [Schumann Charcoal Drawing After A Daguerrotype]Eduard Bendemann
  • Photography By [Barry Banks]Christian Steiner
  • Photography By [Christoph Denoth]Benjamin Ealovega
  • Photography By [Classical Opera]Stephen Page
  • Photography By [Daniel Hyde]Simon Tottman
  • Photography By [Danny Driver]Richard Haughton
  • Photography By [Ian Page]Dr Stephen Page
  • Photography By [Ingrid Fliter]Anton Dressler
  • Photography By [Jonathan Cohen, Mahan Esfahani, Phantasm]Marco Borggreve
  • Photography By [Marc-André Hamelin]Fran Kaufman
  • Photography By [Martin Baker, Westminster Cathedral Choir]Malcolm Crowthers
  • Photography By [Miah Persson]Mats Baecker
  • Photography By [Sir John Eliot Gardiner]Sheila Rock
  • Photography By [The Brabant Ensemble, Stephen Rice]Keith Barnes

Notes

Free download from Hyperion's website, including a booklet in epub and pdf format.

Track 1 from 'Bach: Mass in B minor' (CDA68051/2)
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Liturgical text from the Ordinary of the Mass
Liner notes © 1997
Recording venue: St Mary the Virgin and St Mary Magdalen, Tetbury, Gloucestershire
Recording date: October 2013

Track 2 from 'Brumel: Missa de beata virgine & motets' (CDA68065)
Antoine Brumel (c1460-1512/13)
4vv; composed around 1510; Liber quindecim missarum electarum quae per excellentissimos musicos compositae fuerunt (Rome: Andrea Antico, 1516). RISM 1516/1, fols. 2v-19r
Liturgical text from the Ordinary of the Mass, with tropes
Liner notes © 2014
Recording venue: The Church of St Michael and All Angels, Summertown, Oxford
Recording date: August 2013

Track 3 from 'Hymns to Saint Cecilia' (CDA68047)
Sir Edward Elgar (1857-1934)
composed in 1907; No 1: SSAA TTBB unaccompanied
Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809-1892) text from The Lotos-eaters
Liner notes © 2014
Elgar biography © 2006
Recording venue: All Hallows, Gospel Oak, London
Recording date: April 2013

Track 4 from 'Debussy: Images & Préludes II' (CDA67920)
Claude Debussy (1862-1918)
published on 19 April 1913
Liner notes © 2014
Debussy biography © 2012
Recording venue: Henry Wood Hall, London
Recording date: April 2011
Piano: Steinway & Sons

Track 5 from 'Rameau: Pièces de clavecin' (CDA68071/2)
Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764)
Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin, composed circa 1729/30
Liner notes © 2014
Rameau biography © 2004
Recording venue: The Music Room, Hatchlands Park, Surrey
Recording date: February 2014

Track 6 from 'Schumann: Novelletten & Nachtstücke' (CDA67983)
Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
dedicated to Adolph Henselt
Liner notes © 2014
Recording venue: Potton Hall, Dunwich, Suffolk
Recording date: September 2013
Piano: Steinway & Sons

Track 7 from 'European Light Music Classics' (Helios CDH55477)
Leon Jessel (1871-1942)
signature tune for the 'Toytown' series on BBC Radio's 'Children's Hour'
Liner notes © 1998
Recording venue: St Jude-on-the-Hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London
Recording date: July 1997

Track 8 from 'Palestrina: Missa Hodie Christus natus est & other sacred music' (Helios CDH55367)
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1525/6-1594)
8vv SSAB ATTB
Liturgical text from the Ordinary of the Mass
Liner notes © 2003
Recording venue: Westminster Cathedral, London
Recording date: February 2003

Track 9 from 'Chopin: Préludes' (Linn CKD475)
Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849)
composed in 1835; published in 1836; Lento sostenuto
Liner notes © 2009
Chopin biography © 2008
Recording venue: Potton Hall, Dunwich, Suffolk
Recording date: June 2014

Track 10 from 'Ward: Fantasies & Verse Anthems' (Linn CKD427)
John Ward (c1589-1638)
Liner notes © 2014
Recording venue: Chapel of Magdalen College, Oxford
Recording date: May 2013

Track 11 from 'Gibbons: Consorts for viols' (Linn BKD486)
Gibbons biography © 2005
Recording venue: Merton College Chapel, Oxford
Recording date: September 2003

Track 12 from 'Four Temperaments' (Linn BKD487)
Byrd biography © 2006
Recording venue: St Mary's Church, South Creake, Norfolk
Recording date: August 2004

Track 13 from 'Tavener: Ypakoë & other works' (Linn CKD492)
Sir John Tavener (1944-2013)
composed 5 June 1997
text from the Bible, Luke 2: 29-32
Liner notes © 1998
Recording venue: Glasgow Concert Halls
Recording date: March 1998

Track 14 from 'Mendelssohn: Symphony No 3 'Scottish'; Schumann: Piano Concerto' (MSO LSO0765)
Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
composed in 1842
Liner notes © 2014
Recording venue: Barbican, London
Recording date: January 2014

Track 15 from 'Tchaikovsky: Serenade; Bartók: Divertimento' (LSO LSO0752)
Pyotr Tchaikovsky (1840-1893)
Liner notes © 2014
Tchaikovsky biography © 2011
Recording venue: Barbican, London
Recording date: October 2013

Track 16 from 'Guiomar Novaes – The complete published 78-rpm recordings' (apr APR6015)
Scarlatti biography © 1996
Recording venue: New York
Recording date: March 1940

Track 17 from 'Homages – A musical dedication' (Signum Classics SIGCD404)
Joaquín Malats (1872-1912)
Francisco Tárrega (1852-1909)
Liner notes © 2014
Recording venue: Beethovensaal, Hannover
Recording date: January 2012

Track 18 to 20 from 'Mozart: Mitridate, re di Ponto' (Signum Classics SIGCD400)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
composed in 1770; also K74a
text by Vittorio Amedeo Cigna-Santi (1730-1795) after Racine
Liner notes © 2014
Mozart biography © 2007
Recording venue: St Jude-on-the-Hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London
Recording date: July 2013

Barcodes

  • ISRC (Track 1): GB-AJY-14-05215
  • ISRC (Track 2): GB-AJY-14-06508
  • ISRC (Track 3): GB-AJY-14-04706
  • ISRC (Track 4): GB-AJY-14-92018
  • ISRC (Track 5): GB-AJY-14-07207
  • ISRC (Track 6): GB-AJY-14-98301
  • ISRC (Track 7): GB-AJY-97-99801
  • ISRC (Track 8): GB-AJY-03-39605
  • ISRC (Track 9): GB-ASH-14-47531
  • ISRC (Track 10): GB-ASH-14-42713
  • ISRC (Track 11): GB-ASH-14-48603
  • ISRC (Track 12): GB-ASH-14-48716
  • ISRC (Track 13): GB-ASH-14-49201
  • ISRC (Track 14): GB-DGQ-14-26504
  • ISRC (Track 15): GB-DGQ-13-25202
  • ISRC (Track 16): GB-SAM-14-01523
  • ISRC (Track 17): GB-LLH-14-40401
  • ISRC (Track 18): GB-LLH-14-40070
  • ISRC (Track 19): GB-LLH-14-40071
  • ISRC (Track 20): GB-LLH-14-40072

Companies

  • Recorded At – St Mary The Virgin And St Mary Magdalen, Tetbury
  • Recorded At – St Michael And All Angels, Summertown, Oxford
  • Recorded At – All Hallows, Gospel Oak
  • Recorded At – Henry Wood Hall, London
  • Recorded At – The Music Room, Hatchlands Park, Surrey
  • Recorded At – Potton Hall
  • Recorded At – Church Of St. Jude-on-the-Hill, Hampstead
  • Recorded At – Westminster Cathedral, London
  • Recorded At – Chapel Of Magdalen College, Oxford
  • Recorded At – Merton College Chapel, Oxford
  • Recorded At – Church Of Our Lady, St Mary, South Creake, UK
  • Recorded At – City Halls, Glasgow
  • Recorded At – Barbican
  • Recorded At – Beethovensaal, Hannover
  • Recorded At – Church Of St. Jude-on-the-Hill, Hampstead

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