Various ‎– Hyperion New Release Sampler – February 2015

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Hyperion ‎– HYP201502
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1 Piano Sonata In B Minor, S178 - Movement 1: Lento Assai (Abridged)
Composed By – Franz LisztExecutive-Producer – Simon Perry (5)Liner Notes [Booklet Editor] – Tim Parry (2)Liner Notes [English] – Leslie HowardLiner Notes [French Translation] – Alain Midoux, Marie-Stella PârisLiner Notes [German Translation] – Anne Steeb, Bernd Müller (2), Viola ScheffelPiano, Liner Notes [English] – Angela HewittProducer [Recording Producer], Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Ludger BöckenhoffTechnician [Piano Technician] – Gerd Finkenstein
6:00
2 Poème Tragique, Op 34
Composed By – Alexander Scriabin*Edited By [Editor] – Bill Sykes (2)Engineer [Recording Engineer] – David HinittExecutive-Producer – Mike Spring*, Simon Perry (5)Liner Notes [Booklet Editor] – Tim Parry (2)Liner Notes [English] – Simon Nicholls (3)Liner Notes [French Translation] – Hypérion*Liner Notes [German Translation] – Viola ScheffelPiano – Garrick OhlssonProducer [Recording Producer] – Andrew Keener
3:28
3 O Salutaris Hostia
Choir – Trinity College Choir Cambridge*Composed By – Ēriks Ešenvalds*Conductor – Stephen LaytonEngineer [Recording Engineer] – David HinittExecutive-Producer – Simon Perry (5)Liner Notes [Booklet Editor] – Tim Parry (2)Liner Notes [English] – Gabriel Jackson (2)Liner Notes [Ešenvalds Biography French Translation] – Hypérion*Liner Notes [Ešenvalds Biography German Translation] – Viola ScheffelProducer [Recording Producer] – Adrian PeacockSoprano Vocals – Hannah Partridge, Rachel Ambrose Evans
3:30
4 Dame, Je Sui Cils / Fins Cuers Dous / Fins Cuers Dous
Baritone Vocals – Donald GreigChoir – The Orlando Consort*Composed By – Guillaume de MachautEngineer [Recording Engineer] – David HinittExecutive-Producer – Simon Perry (5)Liner Notes [Booklet Editor] – Tim Parry (2)Liner Notes [Lyrics English Translation] – R Barton PalmerLiner Notes [Machaut Biography French Translation] – Hypérion*Liner Notes [Machaut Biography German Translation] – Viola ScheffelLiner Notes [Machaut English Biography] – Yolanda PlumleyProducer [Recording Producer] – Mark Brown (4)Tenor Vocals – Angus Smith, Mark Dobell
2:30
5 Cello Concerto No 1 In A Minor, Op 46 - Movement 3: Allegro
Cello – Alban GerhardtComposed By – Henry Vieuxtemps*Conductor – Josep Caballé-DomenechEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Dave Rowell, Simon EadonExecutive-Producer – Simon Perry (5)Leader [Orchestra Leader] – Wouter VossenLiner Notes [Booklet Editor] – Tim Parry (2)Liner Notes [English] – Nigel SimeoneLiner Notes [French Translation] – Hypérion*Liner Notes [German Translation] – Christiane FrobeniusLiner Notes [Vieuxtemps Biography German Translation] – Viola ScheffelLiner Notes [Vieuxtemps English Biography] – Calum MacDonald (2)Orchestra – Royal Flemish PhilharmonicProducer [Recording Producer] – Andrew Keener
7:04
6 Intimations Of Immortality, Op 29 - Movement 02: There Was A Time When Meadow, Grove, And Stream (Abridged)
Choir – Corydon SingersComposed By – Gerald FinziConductor – Matthew Best (2)Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Antony Howell, Julian MillardLiner Notes [English] – Andrew BurnLyrics By – William WordsworthOrchestra – Corydon OrchestraProducer [Recording Producer] – Mark Brown (4)Tenor Vocals – John Mark Ainsley
3:34
7 Ave Maria
Choir – Westminster Cathedral ChoirComposed By – Alonso LoboConductor – David HillDulcian [Bass Dulcian] – Andrew Van der BeekEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Antony HowellHarp – Andrew Lawrence-KingLiner Notes [English] – Peter Phillips (2)Liner Notes [French Translation] – GimellLiner Notes [German Translation] – Anne Steeb, Bernd Müller (2)Liner Notes [Lobo Biography French Translation] – Hypérion*Liner Notes [Lobo Biography German Translation] – Viola ScheffelLiner Notes [Lobo English Biography] – Bruno TurnerOrgan – James O'Donnell (2)Producer [Recording Producer] – Mark Brown (4)
6:05
8 Sinfonia In E Flat Major, H654 Wq179 - Movement 3: Presto
Composed By – Carl Philipp Emanuel BachConductor – Rebecca MillerEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Mike HatchLiner Notes [Bach Biography French Translation] – Marie-Stella PârisLiner Notes [Bach Biography German Translation] – Viola ScheffelLiner Notes [Bach English Biography] – Leta MillerLiner Notes [English] – Lindsay KempOrchestra – Orchestra Of The Age Of EnlightenmentProducer [Recording Producer] – Tim Oldham
4:19
St Matthew Passion, BWV244
Composed By – Johann Sebastian BachConductor – Peter SeymourEdited By [Editor] – Dave Rowell, Matthew Bennett (5)Engineer [Recording Engineer] – David Rose (12), Mike Cox (4)Orchestra – Yorkshire Baroque SoloistsProducer [Recording Producer] – Mark Rowlinson, Peter Seymour
9 No 16. Recitative: Petrus Aber Antwortete Und Sprach Zu Ihm (Evangelista/Petrus/Jesus)
Bass Vocals – Johnny Herford, Peter HarveyTenor Vocals – Charles Daniels (2)
1:00
10 No 17. Chorale (Early Version): Es Dient Zu Meinen Freuden 0:44
11 Las Cuarto Estaciones Porteñas - Movement 2: Verano Porteño
Composed By – Ástor Piazzolla*Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Niall John Ascott*Guitar – Ramon RuizLiner Notes [English] – Svend BrownPiano – Sophia LisovskayaProducer [Recording Producer] – Sebastian See-SchierenbergViolin – Sebastian See-Schierenberg
4:07

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Track 1 from 'Liszt: Piano Sonata & other works' (CDA68067)
Franz Liszt (1811-1886)
sketched 1851, composed 1852/3, published 1854; dedicated to Robert Schumann; first performed by Hans von Bülow in Berlin on 27 January 1857
Liner notes © 1991, 2015
Recording venue: Jesus-Christus-Kirche, Berlin
Recording date: May 2014
Piano: Fazioli

Track 2 from 'Scriabin: Complete Poèmes' (CDA67988)
Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915)
composed 1903; Festivamente, fastoso
Liner notes © 2015
Recording venue: Henry Wood Hall, London
Recording date: December 2013
Piano: Steinway & Sons

Track 3 from 'Ešenvalds: Northern Lights & other choral works' (CDA68083)
Ēriks Ešenvalds (b1977)
composed 2009; SS soli + SATB divisi; originally composed for upper voices
liturgical text, Antiphon for the Feast of Corpus Christi
Liner notes © 2015
Ešenvalds biography © 2011
Recording venue: Trinity College Chapel, Cambridge
Recording date: January 2014

Track 4 from 'Machaut: The dart of love' (CDA68008)
Guillaume de Machaut (c1300-1377)
3vv; Motet 11
Lyrics English translation © 2015
Machaut biography © 2013
Recording venue: Parish Church of St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex
Recording date: January 2013

Track 5 from 'Vieuxtemps: Cello Concertos' (CDA67790)
Henry Vieuxtemps (1820-1881)
piano and cello score completed in January 1876, the full score in March and dedicated to William III of the Netherlands
Liner notes © 2015
Vieuxtemps biography © 2010
Recording venue: deSingel, Antwerp
Recording date: April 2013

Track 6 from 'Finzi: Intimations of Immortality & Dies natalis' (Helios CDH55432)
Gerald Finzi (1901-1956)
started in the 1930s; completed in May 1950; Ode for tenor solo, chorus and orchestra; first performed in Gloucester Cathedral on 5 September 1950 by Eric Greene, Herbert Sumsion conducting; dedicated to Adeline Vaughan Williams
William Wordsworth (1770-1850)
text from Recollections of Childhood
Liner notes © 1996
Recording venue: All Hallows, Gospel Oak, London
Recording date: February 1996

Track 7 from 'Treasures of the Spanish Renaissance' (Helios CDH55430)
Alonso Lobo (1555-1617)
4vv + 4vv
liturgical text, Antiphon to the Blessed Virgin Mary
Liner notes © 1997
Lobo biography © 1985
Recording venue: Westminster Cathedral, London
Recording date: July 1985

Track 8 from 'Bach (CPE): Symphonies' (signum classics SIGCD395)
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788)
composed 1757
Liner notes © 2015
Bach biography © 2010
Recording venue: Queen Elizabeth Hall, London
Recording date: January 2014

Tracks 9 & 10 from 'Bach: St Matthew Passion' (signum classics SIGCD385)
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
composed 1727
text from the Bible
Recording venue: National Centre for Early Music, York
Recording date: September 2013

Track 11 from 'Sounds of Spain & the Americas' (signum classics SIGCD405)
Ástor Piazzolla (1921-1992)
composed 1965
Liner notes © 2010
Recording venue: Air Edel Studios, London
Recording date: April 2013

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