Various ‎– Hyperion New Release Sampler – October 2015

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Hyperion ‎– HYP201510
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1 String Quartet No 1 'The Kreutzer Sonata', JW VII/8 - Movement 4: Con Moto – Adagio
Booklet Editor – Tim Parry (2)Cello – András FejérComposed By – Leoš JanáčekEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Simon EadonEnsemble – Takács QuartetExecutive-Producer – Simon Perry (5)Liner Notes [English] – Gavin PlumleyLiner Notes [French Translation] – Marie-Stella PârisLiner Notes [German Translation] – Christiane FrobeniusProducer [Recording Producer] – Andrew KeenerViola – Geraldine WaltherViolin – Edward Dusinberre, Károly Schranz
5:36
2 Three Piano Pieces, D946 - No 3 In C Major: Allegro
Booklet Editor – Tim Parry (2)Composed By – Franz SchubertEngineer [Recording Engineer] – David HinittExecutive-Producer – Simon Perry (5)Liner Notes [English] – Misha DonatLiner Notes [French Translation] – Marie-Stella PârisLiner Notes [German Translation] – Viola ScheffelPiano – Steven OsborneProducer [Recording Producer] – Tim OldhamTechnician [Piano Technician] – Kait Farbon
4:59
3 Cello Concerto No 1 In B Minor, Op 2 - Movement 3: Allegro (Quasi Allegretto)
Booklet Editor – Tim Parry (2)Cello – Alban GerhardtComposed By – Wilhelm FitzenhagenConductor – Stefan BlunierEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Clémence Fabre*, Henri ThaonExecutive-Producer – Rainer Pöllmann, Simon Perry (5)Liner Notes [English] – Nigel SimeoneLiner Notes [French Translation] – Marie-Stella PârisLiner Notes [German Translation] – Viola ScheffelOrchestra – Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester BerlinProducer [Recording Producer] – Hein Laabs
5:24
4 Rivolgete A Lui Lo Sguardo, K584
Bass Vocals – Matthew Rose (3)Booklet Editor – Tim Parry (2)Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus MozartConductor – Jonathan Cohen (7)Engineer [Recording Engineer] – David HinittEnsemble – ArcangeloExecutive-Producer – Simon Perry (5)Liner Notes [English] – David VickersLiner Notes [Lyrics English Translation] – Avril BardoniLiner Notes [Mozart Biography French Translation] – Claire DelamarcheLiner Notes [Mozart Biography German Translation] – Elke HockingsLiner Notes [Mozart English Biography] – Andrew Stewart (2)Lyrics By – Lorenzo Da PonteProducer [Recording Producer] – Adrian Peacock
5:27
5 Pater Noster
Choir – Royal Holloway ChoirComposed By – René Clausen (2)Conductor – Rupert GoughEngineer [Recording Engineer] – David HinittLiner Notes [English] – Stephen W Salts*Lyrics By – Saint LukeProducer [Recording Producer] – Adrian Peacock
4:45
Signum Classics
6 Violin Sonata In D Minor, Op 9 - Movement 3: Finale: Allegro Molto, Quasi Presto
Composed By – Karol SzymanowskiEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Mike Hatch, Robin Hawkins (3)Liner Notes [English] – Francis PottLiner Notes [French Translation] – Hypérion*Liner Notes [German Translation] – Viola ScheffelLiner Notes [Szymanowski English Biography] – Philip Weller (2)Piano – Huw WatkinsProducer [Recording Producer] – Nicholas ParkerViolin – Tamsin Waley-Cohen
5:06
7 Symphony No 9 In D Minor - Movement 3: Adagio: Langsam, Feierlich (Abridged)
Composed By – Anton BrucknerConductor – Christoph von DohnányiLiner Notes [Bruckner English Biography] – Andrew Stewart (2)Liner Notes [English] – Stephen Johnson (5)Liner Notes [French Translation] – Claire DelamarcheLiner Notes [German Translation] – Anne Steeb, Bernd Müller (2)Orchestra – Philharmonia OrchestraProducer [Recording Producer], Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Gernot HoffmannScore Editor – Leopold Nowak
4:42
8 Prelude In B Minor, BWV855a
Arranged By – Alexander SilotiComposed By – Johann Sebastian BachEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Mike HatchLiner Notes [English] – Hamish MilneLiner Notes [French Translation] – Hypérion*Liner Notes [German Translation] – Viola ScheffelPiano – James Rhodes (4)Producer [Recording Producer] – Denis BlaisProducer [Recording Producer], Edited By [Editor] – John H West*
3:19
9 Estro-poetico Armonico, Psalm 31 'Blessed Is He Whose Wickedness Is Forgiven' (Abridged)
Adapted By [Adaptation In English] – Charles AvisonBass Vocals – Dingle YandellChoir – Voces 8*Composed By – Benedetto MarcelloCountertenor Vocals – Barnaby Smith (2)Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Andrew MellorEnsemble – Les InventionsProducer [Recording Producer] – Nicholas ParkerTenor Vocals – Charles MacDougall
4:44
10 Anacréon - Scene 3, Air Accompagné: 'Tendre Amour!'
Composed By – Jean-Philippe RameauConductor, Liner Notes [English] – Jonathan Williams (17)Engineer [Recording Engineer], Edited By [Editor] – Claire HayLiner Notes [Rameau Biography French Translation] – Isabelle BattioniLiner Notes [Rameau Biography German Translation] – Viola ScheffelLiner Notes [Rameau English Biography] – Graham SadlerLyrics By – Louis de CahusacOrchestra – Orchestra Of The Age Of EnlightenmentProducer [Recording Producer], Engineer [Recording Engineer], Edited By [Editor] – Andrew MellorSoprano Vocals [Chloé] – Anna Dennis (2)
3:03
11 Il Re Pastore, K208 - Act 2 Scene 6 No 2, Rondeaux: 'L'amerò, Sarò Costante'
Chorus – Classical OperaComposed By – Wolfgang Amadeus MozartConductor, Liner Notes [English] – Ian Page (7)Edited By [Editor] – Claire HayEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Brett CoxLiner Notes [Mozart Biography French Translation] – Claire DelamarcheLiner Notes [Mozart Biography German Translation] – Elke HockingsLiner Notes [Mozart English Biography] – Andrew Stewart (2)Lyrics By – Pietro MetastasioProducer [Recording Producer], Engineer [Recording Engineer], Edited By [Editor] – Andrew MellorSoprano Vocals [Aminta] – Sarah Fox (3)Violin – Matthew Truscott
7:03

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Track 1 from 'Janáček & Smetana: String Quartets' (CDA67997)
Leoš Janáček (1854-1928)
composed in autumn 1923; 'Kraytserova sonata'; commissioned by the Czech Quartet
liner notes © 2015
Recording venue: Concert Hall, Wyastone Estate, Monmouth
Recording date: August 2014

Track 2 from 'Schubert: Impromptus, Piano pieces & Variations' (CDA68107)
Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
Nos 1 & 2 composed in May 1828; No 3 probably autumn 1827; published in 1868
liner notes © 2015
Recording venue: Concert Hall, Wyastone Estate, Monmouth
Recording date: December 2014
Piano: Steinway & Sons

Track 3 from 'Fitzenhagen: Cello Concertos' (CDA68063)
Wilhelm Fitzenhagen (1848-1890)
composed in 1870; first published in February 1873; dedicated to 'His Majesty Grand Duke Carl Alexander of Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach, in deepest reverence'
liner notes © 2015
Recording venue: Jesus-Christus-Kirche, Berlin
Recording date: August 2013

Track 4 from 'Arias for Benucci' (CDA68078)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
composed in 1790; aria for Guglielmo discarded from Così fan tutte, K588
Lorenzo Da Ponte (1749-1838)
liner notes © 2015
Mozart biography © 2007
Recording venue: St Jude-on-the-Hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London
Recording date: November 2013

Track 5 from 'Clausen & Paulus: Calm on the listening ear of night & other choral works' (CDA68110)
René Clausen (b1953)
commissioned by Rupert Gough and Royal Holloway Choir who gave the first performance at the London Festival of Contemporary Church Music on 10 May 2014
text from the Bible, Luke 11: 2b-4
liner notes © 2015
Recording venue: All Hallows, Gospel Oak, London
Recording date: June 2014

Track 6 from 'Szymanowski & Hahn: Violin Sonatas' (Signum Classics SIGCD432)
Karol Szymanowski (1882-1937)
composed in 1904; first performed by Pawel Kochanski and Artur Rubinstein in Warsaw in 1909
liner notes © 2009
Recording venue: Saffron Hall, Saffron Walden, Essex
Recording date: April 2015

Track 7 from 'Bruckner: Symphony No 9' (Signum Classics SIGCD431)
Anton Bruckner (1824-1896)
Leopold Nowak (1904-1991)
edited in 1951
liner notes © 2014
Recording venue: Grosses Festspielhaus, Salzburg
Recording date: August 2014

Track 8 from 'Inside tracks – the James Rhodes mix tape' (Signum Classics SIGCD425)
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Alexander Siloti (1863-1945)
liner notes © 2005
Recording venue: Potton Hall, Dunwich, Suffolk
Recording date: June 2008

Track 9 from 'Marcello: Psalms' (Signum Classics SIGCD391)
Benedetto Marcello (1686-1739)
No 51: Infinite six-voice triple canon in lower fifth
Charles Avison (1709-1770)
text from the Bible, Psalms; No 51: Psalm 18: 4
Recording venue: Église Notre-Dame d'Herment
Recording date: August 2012

Track 10 from 'Rameau: Anacréon' (Signum Classics SIGCD402)
Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764)
composed in 1754
Louis de Cahusac (1706-1759)
liner notes © 2015
Rameau biography © 2004
Recording venue: All Saints' Church, East Finchley, London
Recording date: February 2014

Track 11 from 'Mozart: Il re pastore' (Signum Classics SIGCD433)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
composed in 1775
Pietro Metastasio (1698-1782)
liner notes © 2015
Mozart biography © 2007
Recording venue: St John's, Smith Square, London
Recording date: July 2014

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (ISRC track 1): GB-AJY-15-99708
  • Other (ISRC track 2): GB-AJY-15-10707
  • Other (ISRC track 3): GB-AJY-15-06303
  • Other (ISRC track 4): GB-AJY-15-07804
  • Other (ISRC track 5): GB-AJY-15-11006
  • Other (ISRC track 6): GB-LLH-15-43203
  • Other (ISRC track 7): GB-LLH-15-43103
  • Other (ISRC track 8): GB-LLH-09-15313
  • Other (ISRC track 9): GB-LLH-15-39102
  • Other (ISRC track 10): GB-LLH-15-40204
  • Other (ISRC track 11): GB-LLH-15-43329

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