Chelsea Lane – Suspensions (2022) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz]

Chelsea Lane - Suspensions (2022) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz] Download

Artist: Chelsea Lane
Album: Suspensions
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2022
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 48:39
Total Tracks: 10
Total Size: 386 MB

Tracklist:

1-01. Chelsea Lane – Falling Berceuse (02:24)
1-02. Chelsea Lane – Falling Pairs (03:53)
1-03. Chelsea Lane – Spin Bird (03:26)
1-04. Chelsea Lane – Souvenir (05:36)
1-05. Chelsea Lane – In a Landscape (09:46)
1-06. Chelsea Lane – Processional (02:19)
1-07. Chelsea Lane – Suspension I (04:02)
1-08. Chelsea Lane – Suspension II (03:44)
1-09. Chelsea Lane – Embodiment (06:17)
1-10. Chelsea Lane – Hoyt-Schermerhorn (07:08)

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Chelsea Lane’s debut album Suspensions, released through Better Company Records, draws on contemporary, minimalist-inspired works to explore the theme of “suspensions,” both literal and figurative. Pairing newly commissioned works (by Ellis Ludwig-Leone and Molly Joyce) with Lane’s new transcriptions of existing works by contemporary composers (Thomas Adès, Nico Muhly, and Chris Cerrone), and a few staples of the solo harp repertory (by John Cage and Kate Moore), Suspensions is a delicately balanced, thoughtful debut. The album is a result of Lane’s interest in broadening the harp’s contemporary image: “I sought out new works for this album in order to cast the harp in a new light as a modern, versatile instrument capable of myriad colors, which I hope will ultimately increase its representation in both mainstream and more experimental performance spaces,” says Lane. She emphasizes that this requires a change in emphasis and interpretation as a performer: “I aim through releasing this album to contribute to the redefinition of ‘virtuosic’ pieces by shifting listeners’ attention to the smaller subtleties of musical phrasing and timbre.” While primarily a solo harp album, Lane is joined on piano by Ludwig-Leone (of San Fermin) for his work “Processional,” as well as Nathan Schram (of the Grammy-winning Attacca Quartet) on viola for Ludwig-Leone’s eponymous “Suspensions.”

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