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Mythes

by Chun-Hsin Lee & Wen-Chuan Wang

Quoting Badisches Tagblatt:'' Flexible melodious, with the necessary wit, Chun-Hsin Lee, from Taiwan.......Her tone satisfied sound and technically flawless.''
Genre: Classical: Romantic Era
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1. Solo Violin Sonate in A Minor, Op. 27, No. 2: I. Obsession Chun-Hsin Lee & Wen-Chuan Wang
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2. Solo Violin Sonate in A Minor, Op. 27, No. 2: II. Malinconia Chun-Hsin Lee & Wen-Chuan Wang
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3. Solo Violin Sonate in A Minor, Op. 27, No. 2: III. Danse Des Ombres Chun-Hsin Lee & Wen-Chuan Wang
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4. Solo Violin Sonate in A Minor, Op. 27, No. 2: IV. Les Furies Chun-Hsin Lee & Wen-Chuan Wang
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5. Mythes for Violin and Piano, Op. 30: I. La Fontaine D'arethuse Chun-Hsin Lee & Wen-Chuan Wang
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6. Mythes for Violin and Piano, Op. 30: II. Narcisse Chun-Hsin Lee & Wen-Chuan Wang
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7. Mythes for Violin and Piano, Op. 30: III. Dryades Et Pan Chun-Hsin Lee & Wen-Chuan Wang
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8. Solo Violin Sonate in E Major, Op. 27, No. 6 Chun-Hsin Lee & Wen-Chuan Wang
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9. Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 9 in A Major "Kreutzer": I. Adagio Sostenuto-Presto Chun-Hsin Lee & Wen-Chuan Wang
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10. Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 9 in A Major "Kreutzer": II. Andante con variazioni Chun-Hsin Lee & Wen-Chuan Wang
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11. Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 9 in A Major "Kreutzer": III. Presto Chun-Hsin Lee & Wen-Chuan Wang
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12. Tambourin Chinois Chun-Hsin Lee & Wen-Chuan Wang
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13. The Song of Taiwan Chun-Hsin Lee & Wen-Chuan Wang
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In my upbringing I listened to a countless number of concerts, in contrast to recordings, I favor the life force being demonstrated on a concert.

Each breath, or every move the performer makes, the audience attends. In this first ever recital, after eight years of travel in Germany, I aspire to record such stage experience, that music can be surprising and moving, also to mark my returning to Taiwan. Though some unavoidable defects or “imperfections” might be present in the live recording, the power it bears and the reaction from audiences is something unachievable in a studio.

I invited my close friend Show-Yin, who studies Stage Design at Berlin University of the Arts, to join the completion of this album. Saw her work few years ago, and I was since moved by her imagination and movement. We discussed and exchanged ideas for ten months, listening to variety of versions and comparing them. We expect to actualize the music.

Classical music, like any other art form, strived to present an ineffable and abstract spiritual aspect, under a specified history background. Listeners enter the musical world via the performer’s interpreting: Ysaye granting elegance to his violin, Szymanowski’s chilling work, Mythos, and Beethoven’s Kreutzer, Sonata for Violin, which is at the brink of madness. Let your mind travel through time and space, follow the joy and sorrow, and view it in detachment or immersion…

We, as art performers, hope to leave behind a spiritual communication, whether pronounced or silent.


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