Ich Denke Dein: Songs & Chamber Works by Nikolai Medtner
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Lieder and chamber music by Nikolai Medtner.

In recent years, interest in Russian composer Nikolai Medtner (1880-1951) has surged. International festivals, conferences, and competitions dedicated to Medtner have taken place in Europe and Russia, with scholars and performers devoting greater attention to his work. This recording features Medtner's songs and a work for violin and piano. His songs interweave the piano and voice to enhance the music flow and to bring out the deep poetic meaning in each piece. The pianist, Sasha Burdin, has devoted a great deal of research to the piano works of Medtner with his DMA focused on Medtner. Soprano Rachel Joselson enjoys a distinguished career as an opera singer, recitalist, and teacher. She is currently on the faculty at the University of Iowa. This is her third recording for Albany Records. Violinist Scott Conklin, also on the faculty at the University of Iowa, is known for his "brilliance of tone and charismatic delivery." A champion of new music, his discography includes two recordings for Albany Records.
Contents:
Nikolai Medtner, composer
Goethelieder, Op. 15
Rachel Joselson (soprano); Sasha Burdin (piano)

Nikolai Medtner, composer
Canzonas and Dances, Op. 43 II
Scott Conklin (violin); Sasha Burdin (piano)

Nikolai Medtner, composer
Sonate Vocalise, Op. 41, I
Rachel Joselson (soprano); Sasha Burdin (piano)

Nikolai Medtner, composer
Suite-Vocalise, Op. 41, II
Rachel Joselson (soprano); Sasha Burdin (piano)

Nikolai Medtner, composer
Winter Evening, Op. 13, No. 1
Rachel Joselson (soprano); Sasha Burdin (piano)

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