Various ‎– Hyperion New Release Sampler – March 2015

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1 Cello Concerto In E Minor, Op 58 - Movement 1: Andante
Cello – Steven IsserlisComposed By – Serge Prokofiev*Conductor – Paavo JärviEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Rüdiger OrthExecutive-Producer – Simon Perry (5)Liner Notes [Booklet Editor] – Tim Parry (2)Liner Notes [English] – David NiceLiner Notes [French Translation] – Hypérion*Liner Notes [German Translation] – Renate WendelLiner Notes [Prokofiev Biography French Translation] – Claire DelamarcheLiner Notes [Prokofiev Biography German Translation] – Elke HockingsLiner Notes [Prokofiev English Biography] – Andrew HuthOrchestra – Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra*Producer [Recording Producer] – Christoph Classen*
5:33
2 Five Pieces For String Quartet - No 4: Crotchet = 90
Cello – Michał PepolComposed By – Paweł SzymańskiEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Simon EadonEnsemble – Royal String QuartetExecutive-Producer – Simon Perry (5)Liner Notes [Booklet Editor] – Tim Parry (2)Liner Notes [English] – Adrian Thomas (3)Liner Notes [French Translation] – Hypérion*Liner Notes [German Translation] – Viola ScheffelProducer [Recording Producer] – Andrew KeenerViola – Marek CzechViolin – Elwira Przybyłowska, Izabella Szałaj-Zimak
5:19
3 La Tombe Et La Rose, S285 - 'La Tombe Dit À La Rose'
Baritone Vocals – Gerald FinleyComposed By – Franz LisztCoordinator [Series Co-ordinator] – Leslie HowardEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Julian MillardExecutive-Producer – Simon Perry (5)Liner Notes [Booklet Editor] – Tim Parry (2)Liner Notes [English] – Susan YouensLiner Notes [French Translation] – Marie-Stella PârisLiner Notes [Lyrics English Translation] – Richard Stokes (4)Lyrics By – Victor HugoPiano, Coordinator [Series Co-ordinator] – Julius DrakeProducer [Recording Producer] – Mark Brown (4)Supervised By [Language Coach] – Franziska Roth
3:39
4 Ruralia Hungarica, Op 32a - No 2: Presto, Ma Non Tanto
Composed By – Ernő Dohnányi*Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Ben ConnellanExecutive-Producer – Simon Perry (5)Liner Notes [Booklet Editor] – Tim Parry (2)Liner Notes [Dohnányi Biography French Translation] – Jean-Paul MetzgerLiner Notes [Dohnányi Biography German Translation] – Gunhild ThompsonLiner Notes [Dohnányi English Biography] – Otto Karolyi*Liner Notes [English] – James A Grymes*Liner Notes [French Translation] – Hypérion*Liner Notes [German Translation] – Christiane FrobeniusPiano – Martin RoscoeProducer [Recording Producer] – Jeremy HayesTechnician [Piano Technician] – Graham Cooke (3)
3:48
5 Stabat Mater, Op 61 - Movement 2: Cuius Animam Gementem
Composed By – Luigi BoccheriniConductor, Liner Notes [English] – Robert King (9)Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Philip HobbsLiner Notes [French Translation] – Hypérion*Liner Notes [German Translation] – Anne Steeb, Bernd Müller (2)Orchestra – The King's ConsortProducer [Recording Producer] – Ben Turner (5)Soprano Vocals – Sarah Fox (3), Susan Gritton
2:44
6 Piano Concerto No 2 In G Minor, Op 16 - Movement 4: Finale: Allegro Tempestoso (Abridged)
Composed By – Serge Prokofiev*Conductor – Alexander LazarevEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Ken BlairLiner Notes [English] – Robert Matthew-WalkerLiner Notes [French Translation] – Isabelle BattioniLiner Notes [German Translation] – Ute MansfeldtLiner Notes [Prokofiev Biography French Translation] – Claire DelamarcheLiner Notes [Prokofiev Biography German Translation] – Elke HockingsLiner Notes [Prokofiev English Biography] – Andrew HuthOrchestra – London Philharmonic Orchestra*Piano – Nikolai DemidenkoProducer [Recording Producer] – Erik Smith
4:57
Seven Magnificat-Antiphons
Choir – The Tallis ScholarsComposed By – Arvo PärtConductor, Producer [Recording Producer] – Peter Phillips (2)Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Philip HobbsLiner Notes [English] – Meurig BowenLiner Notes [French Translation] – Hypérion*Liner Notes [German Translation] – Anke VogelhuberProducer [Recording Producer] – Steve C Smith*
7 No 3: O Spross Aus Isais Wurzel 1:00
8 No 4: O Schlüssel Davids 2:01
9 Harold En Italie, Op 16 - Movement 4: Orgie De Brigands – Souvenirs Des Scènes Précédentes: Allegro Frenetico – Adagio – Allegro (Abridged)
Composed By – Hector BerliozConductor – Valery GergievEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Jonathan Stokes, Neil HutchinsonLiner Notes [Berlioz Biography French Translation] – Claire DelamarcheLiner Notes [Berlioz Biography German Translation] – Elke HockingsLiner Notes [Berlioz English Biography] – David Cairns (3)Orchestra – London Symphony Orchestra*Producer [Recording Producer] – James MallinsonViola – Antoine Tamestit
5:36
10 Divertimento In E Flat Major, K252 K240a - Movement 3: Polonaise
Bassoon – Alison Green, Peter WhelanClarinet – Maximiliano Martín*, William Stafford (2)Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus MozartEdited By [Editor] – Julia Thomas (2)Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Robert CammidgeEnsemble – Scottish Chamber Orchestra Wind Soloists*Horn – Alec Frank-Gemmill, Harry JohnstoneLiner Notes [English] – Robert LevinLiner Notes [Mozart Biography French Translation] – Claire DelamarcheLiner Notes [Mozart Biography German Translation] – Elke HockingsLiner Notes [Mozart English Biography] – Andrew Stewart (2)Producer [Recording Producer], Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Philip Hobbs
2:29
11 Serenade For Strings In C Major, Op 48 - Movement 1: Pezzo In Forma Di Sonatina: Andante Non Troppo – Allegro Moderato
Composed By – Pyotr Tchaikovsky*Edited By [Editor] – Julia Thomas (2)Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Calum MalcolmEnsemble – Scottish EnsembleLiner Notes [English] – Wendy Thompson (2)Liner Notes [French Translation] – Claire DelamarcheLiner Notes [German Translation] – Elke HockingsLiner Notes [Tchaikovsky English Biography] – Andrew Stewart (2)Producer [Recording Producer] – John Fraser
8:42
12 Fünf Lieder, Op 49 - No 4: Wiegenlied 'Guten Abend, Gut’ Nacht'
Composed By – Johannes BrahmsEdited By [Editor] – Julia Thomas (2)Liner Notes [Brahms Biography French Translation] – Claire DelamarcheLiner Notes [Brahms Biography German Translation] – Elke HockingsLiner Notes [Brahms English Biography] – Andrew Stewart (2)Liner Notes [English] – Susan YouensLiner Notes [Lyrics English Translation] – Richard Stokes (4)Lyrics By – Georg SchererMezzo-soprano Vocals – Ann MurrayPiano – Malcolm MartineauProducer [Recording Producer], Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Philip Hobbs
1:51
13 String Quartet No 8 In C Minor, Op 110 - Movement 5: Largo
Cello – Emma DentonComposed By – Dmitri ShostakovichEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Mike HatchEnsemble – Carducci String Quartet*Liner Notes [English] – Robert Matthew-WalkerLiner Notes [French Translation] – Hypérion*Liner Notes [German Translation] – Anne Steeb, Bernd Müller (2)Liner Notes [Shostakovich English Biography] – Andrew Stewart (2)Producer [Recording Producer], Edited By [Editor] – Matthew DilleyViola – Eoin Schmidt-MartinViolin – Matthew Denton, Michelle Fleming
3:55
14 Quemadmodum A 6
Choir – Contrapunctus (2)Composed By – John TavernerConductor – Owen Rees (2)Edited By [Editor] – Will Brown (3)Engineer [Recording Engineer], Edited By [Editor] – David HinittLiner Notes [Lyrics English Translation] – Jeremy White (4)Liner Notes [Taverner Biography French Translation] – Hypérion*Liner Notes [Taverner Biography German Translation] – Anne Steeb, Bernd Müller (2)Liner Notes [Taverner English Biography] – Sally DunkleyProducer [Recording Producer] – Adrian Peacock
6:30
15 Tantum Ergo
Choir – Jesus College Choir Cambridge*Composed By – Fernand LalouxConductor – Mark Williams (33)Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Mike HatchLiner Notes [English] – Philip Borg-WheelerProducer [Recording Producer], Edited By [Editor] – Chris Hazell
2:01
16 Blessed City, Heavenly Salem
Choir – Temple Church Choir*Composed By – Sir Edward Cuthbert Bairstow*Conductor – Roger SayerEngineer [Recording Engineer] – David HinittLiner Notes [English] – William McVickerLyrics By [English Translation] – John Mason NealeOrgan – Greg Morris (8)Producer [Recording Producer] – Matthew HamiltonTreble Vocals – Emerson Murphy
8:33

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Track 1 from 'Prokofiev & Shostakovich: Cello Concertos' (CDA68037)
Serge Prokofiev (1891-1953)
composition begun in 1932 at the request of Gregor Piatigorsky; first performed in 1938 by Lev Berezovsky under Alexander Melik-Pashayev
liner notes © 2009
Recording venue: Alte Oper Frankfurt
Recording date: December 2013

Track 2 from 'Szymański & Mykietyn: Music for string quartet' (CDA68085)
Paweł Szymański (b1954)
composed in 1992; commissioned by the BBC; written in memory of Jerzy Stajuda; first performed for a BBC Radio 3 broadcast by the Brodsky Quartet in August 1993
liner notes © 2015
Recording venue: Potton Hall, Dunwich, Suffolk
Recording date: February 2014

Track 3 from 'Liszt: The Complete Songs, Vol. 3 – Gerald Finley' (CDA67956)
Franz Liszt (1811-1886)
composed in 1844; LW N26
Victor Hugo (1802-1885)
liner notes © 2015
Recording venue: All Saints' Church, East Finchley, London
Recording date: April 2013
Piano: Steinway & Sons

Track 4 from 'Dohnányi: The Complete Solo Piano Music, Vol. 3' (CDA68033)
Ernő Dohnányi (1877-1960)
composed in 1923/4
liner notes © 2015
Dohnányi biography © 1993
Recording venue: Potton Hall, Dunwich, Suffolk
Recording date: April 2014
Piano: Steinway & Sons

Track 5 from 'Astorga & Boccherini: Stabat mater' (Helios CDH55287)
Luigi Boccherini (1743-1805)
composed in 1781; for soprano and strings; revised in 1800 for two sopranos and tenor
liturgical text from the Sequence for the Feast of Seven Dolours of the Blessed Virgin Mary
liner notes © 1999
Recording venue: St Jude-on-the-Hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London
Recording date: February 1999

Track 6 from 'Prokofiev: Piano Concertos Nos 2 & 3' (Helios CDH55440)
Serge Prokofiev (1891-1953)
composed in 1912-13; first performed in Pavolvsk on 5 September 1913, the composer as soloist; revised version first performed by the composer in Paris on 8 May 1924, Serge Koussevitsky conducting
liner notes © 1996
Prokofiev biography © 2009
Recording venue: Blackheath Concert Halls, London
Recording date: December 1995

Track 7 & 8 from 'Pärt: Tintinnabuli' (Gimell CDGIM049)
Arvo Pärt (b1935)
composed in 1988/91; for the RIAS Chamber Choir, Berlin
liturgical text
liner notes © 1998
Recording venue: Merton College Chapel, Oxford
Recording date: January 2014

Track 9 from 'Berlioz: Harold en Italie & Cléopâtre' (LSO LSO0760)
Berlioz biography © 2012
Recording venue: Barbican, London
Recording date: November 2013

Track 10 from 'Mozart: Divertimenti' (Linn CKD479)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
liner notes © 2015 reprinted from the New York Philomusica synoptic edition of the Mozart divertimenti and wind serenades by permission
Mozart biography © 2007
Recording venue: Stevenson Hall, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow
Recording date: April 2014

Track 11 from 'Tchaikovsky: Serenade for strings; Shostakovich: String Quartet No 2' (Linn CKD472)
Pyotr Tchaikovsky (1840-1893)
liner notes © 2014
Tchaikovsky biography © 2011
Recording venue: Caird Hall, Dundee
Recording date: December 2013

Track 12 from 'Brahms & Schumann: Lieder' (Linn CKD443)
Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
probably composed in Bonn, summer 1868; published in November 1868
verse 1; from Des Knaben Wunderhorn (folk text)
verse 2; 1849 from Georg Scherer (1828-1909)
liner notes © 2015
Brahms biography © 2013
Recording venue: Crear Studio, Argyll
Recording date: October 2013

Track 13 from 'Shostakovich: String Quartets Nos 4, 8 & 11' (Signum Classics SIGCD418)
Dmitri Shostakovich (1906-1975)
composed in 1960
liner notes © 2000
Shostakovich biography © 2004
Recording venue: St Michael's Church, Summertown, Oxford
Recording date: June 2014

Track 14 from 'In the Midst of Life – Music from the Baldwin Partbooks I' (Signum Classics SIGCD408)
John Taverner (c1490-1545)
text from the Bible (Psalm 42: 1-2)
liner notes © 2014
Taverner biography © 2000
Recording venue: Church of St Michael and All Angels, Oxford
Recording date: January 2014

Track 15 from 'Out of darkness – Music from Lent to Trinity' (Signum Classics SIGCD409)
Fernand Laloux (1901-1970)
liturgical text
liner notes © 2014
Recording venue: Chapel of Jesus College, Cambridge
Recording date: July 2014

Track 16 from 'A Knight's Progress' (Signum Classics SIGCD410)
Sir Edward Cuthbert Bairstow (1874-1946)
composed in 1914
pre-Medieval anonymous text Urbs beata Hierusalem
John Mason Neale (1818-1866) translator Hymns Ancient and Modern 396
liner notes © 1990
Bairstow biography © 2005
Recording venue: Temple Church, London
Recording date: July 2014

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (ISRC track 1): GB-AJY-14-03701
  • Other (ISRC track 2): GB-AJY-15-08504
  • Other (ISRC track 3): GB-AJY-14-95613
  • Other (ISRC track 4): GB-AJY-15-03302
  • Other (ISRC track 5): GB-AJY-99-10802
  • Other (ISRC track 6): GB-AJY-96-85804
  • Other (ISRC track 7): GB-ADM-15-04903
  • Other (ISRC track 8): GB-ADM-15-04904
  • Other (ISRC track 9): GB-DGQ-13-26004
  • Other (ISRC track 10): GB-ASH-15-47921
  • Other (ISRC track 11): GB-ASH-15-47201
  • Other (ISRC Track 12): GB-ASH-14-44326
  • Other (ISRC Track 13): GB-LLH-15-41809
  • Other (ISRC Track 14): GB-LLH-15-40806
  • Other (ISRC Track 15): GB-LLH-15-40904
  • Other (ISRC Track 16): GB-LLH-15-41009

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