Various ‎– Hyperion New Release Sampler – January 2013

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1 Symphony For Cello And Orchestra, Op 68 - Movement 4: Passacaglia: Andante Allegro
Cello – Alban GerhardtComposed By – Benjamin BrittenConductor – Andrew ManzeEdited By [Editor] – Bill Sykes (2), Oscar Torres (2)Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Simon EadonExecutive-Producer – Mike Spring*, Simon Perry (5)Liner Notes [Booklet Editor] – Tim Parry (2)Liner Notes [English] – Mervyn CookeLiner Notes [French Translation] – Marie-Stella PârisLiner Notes [German Translation] – Viola ScheffelOrchestra – BBC Scottish Symphony OrchestraProducer [Recording Producer] – Andrew Keener
6:43
2 Four Piano Pieces, Op 2 - No 2: Intermezzo: Vivace
Composed By – Ernö Dohnányi*Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Ben ConnellanExecutive-Producer – Mike Spring*, Simon Perry (5)Liner Notes [Booklet Editor] – Tim Parry (2)Liner Notes [Dohnányi English Biography] – Otto Karolyi*Liner Notes [Dohnányi French Biography] – Jean-Paul MetzgerLiner Notes [Dohnányi German Biography] – Gunhild ThompsonLiner Notes [English] – James A. GrymesLiner Notes [French Translation] – Hyperion (16)Liner Notes [German Translation] – Christiane FrobeniusPiano – Martin RoscoeProducer [Recording Producer] – Jeremy HayesTechnician [Piano Technician] – Graham Cooke (3)
5:36
3 Iustus Ut Palma
Bass Vocals – William GauntChoir – Westminster Cathedral ChoirComposed By – Colin MawbyConductor – Martin Baker (2)Engineer [Recording Engineer] – David HinittExecutive-Producer – Simon Perry (5)Liner Notes [Booklet Editor] – Tim Parry (2)Liner Notes [English] – Jeremy SummerlyLiner Notes [French Translation] – Hyperion (16)Liner Notes [German Translation] – Viola ScheffelOrgan – Peter Stevens (4)Producer [Recording Producer] – Adrian Peacock
4:06
4 Sanctum Est Verum Lumen
Choir – State Choir Latvija, The*Composed By – Gabriel Jackson (2)Conductor – Maris Sirmais*Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Aivars StengelisExecutive-Producer – Ieva Vitina*, Maris Oslejs*, Simon Perry (5)Liner Notes [Booklet Editor] – Tim Parry (2)Liner Notes [English] – Andrew Stewart (2)Liner Notes [Jackson English Biography] – Stephen Johnson (5)Liner Notes [Lyrics English Translation] – Dr G H PalmerProducer [Recording Producer], Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Normunds Slava
7:54
5 Saul, HWV53 - Act 1 Scene 5. Aria: "O Lord, Whose Mercies Numberless" (David)
Composed By – George Frideric Handel*Conductor, Liner Notes [English] – Robert King (9)Countertenor Vocals – James Bowman (2)Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Philip HobbsLiner Notes [French Translation] – Hyperion (16)Liner Notes [German Translation] – Anke VogelhuberLyrics By – Charles JennensOrchestra – The King's ConsortProducer [Recording Producer] – Ben Turner (5)
3:30
6 String Sextet In A Major, Op 48 - Movement 2: Dumka 'Elegie': Poco Allegretto
Cello – Andrea Hess, Rhydian ShaxsonComposed By – Antonín Dvorák*Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Tony FaulknerEnsemble – The Raphael EnsembleLiner Notes [English] – Peter Lamb (2)Liner Notes [French Translation] – Hyperion (16)Liner Notes [German Translation] – Viola ScheffelProducer [Recording Producer] – Arthur Johnson (2)Viola – Roger Tapping, Sally BeamishViolin – Elizabeth Wexler, James Clark (6)
6:47

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Track 1 from 'Britten: Cello Symphony, Cello Sonata & Cello Suites' (Hyperion CDA67941/2)
Benjamin Britten (1913-1976) composed in 1963, revised in 1964; written for Mstislav Rostropovich who gave the first performance under Britten with the Moscow Philharmonic at the Moscow Conservatory
Liner notes © 2013
Recording venue: City Halls, Candleriggs, Glasgow
Recording date: March 2012

Track 2 from 'Dohnányi: The Complete Solo Piano Music, Vol. 2' (Hyperion CDA67932)
Ernö Dohnányi (1877-1960) composed in 1896/7; dedicated to Elsa Kunwald
Liner notes © 2013 - Dohnányi biography © 1993
Recording venue: Potton Hall, Dunwich, Suffolk
Recording date: December 2011
Piano: Steinway & Sons

Track 3 from 'Miserere' (Hyperion CDA67938)
Colin Mawby (b1936)
text from the Bible, Psalm 92: 13-4; 84: 1-2, 4-5, 12
Liner notes © 2013
Recording venue: Westminster Cathedral, London
Recording date: October 2011

Track 4 from 'Jackson G: A ship with unfurled sails & other works' (Hyperion CDA67976)
Gabriel Jackson (b1962) composed from April to June 2005; Brockley; 40vv; commissioned by the Lichfield Festival and first performed by Ex Cathedra under Jeffrey Skidmore in Lichfield Cathedral on 15 July 2005
author of text anonymous, 'Antiphon at First Vespers, Feast of All Saints'
Liner notes © 2013 - Jackson biography © 2009
Recording venue: St John's Church, Riga
Recording date: March 2010

Track 5 from 'Handel: English Arias' (Helios CDH55419)
George Frideric Handel (1685-1759) composed 16 January 1739
Charles Jennens (1700-1773) author of text after 1 Samuel 17 to 2 Samuel 1
Liner notes © 1995
Recording venue: St Jude-on-the-Hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London
Recording date: March 1995

Track 6 from 'Dvorák: String Quintet & String Sextet' (Helios CDH55405)
Antonín Dvorák (1841-1904) composed in May 1878
Liner notes © 1988
Recording venue: Unknown
Recording date: June 1988

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (ISRC Track 1): GB-AJY-13-94104
  • Other (ISRC Track 2): GB-AJY-12-93202
  • Other (ISRC Track 3): GB-AJY-13-93812
  • Other (ISRC Track 4): GB-AJY-13-97609
  • Other (ISRC Track 5): GB-AJY-95-79708
  • Other (ISRC Track 6): GB-AJY-89-30806

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