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Delphian Records is a small Edinburgh-based independent classical record label, founded in 2000 by two students of the University of Edinburgh, Paul Baxter and Kevin Findlan with start-up funding from two private individuals, and support from the Princes Scottish Youth Business Trust.
The label has had a special focus on chamber and instrumental music, and is particularly involved in the recording and promoting of new music. Following a substantial grant from the Scottish Government, the label released its first part-orchestral record in 2008 with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and Garry Walker.
Notable artists on Delpian's roster include: Michael Bonaventure, Gordon Ferries, Mr McFall's Chamber, Robert Irvine, John Kitchen, Simon Smith, David Wilde, The Choir of Gonville and Caius College/Geoffrey Webber, National Youth Choir of Great Britain/Mike Brewer OBE and Laudibus/Mike Brewer OBE.
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- "Album: Mr McFall's chamber, Birds & Beasts (Delphian) - Reviews - Classical". The Independent. 2010-05-21. Retrieved 2013-03-02.