IN & OUT OF TIME

Maria Razumovskaya - Piano

In & Out of Time - Cu20302‘In & Out of Time’ is a musical exploration of what the writer Thomas Mann described as the curious ‘merry-go-round’ we all experience when we try to define something of significance to us.  In this intriguing recital, internationally praised pianist and BBC Introducing and Steinway artist, Maria Razumovskaya brings together works by Busoni, CPE Bach, Liszt and Rachmaninov which take the listener on a journey through the merry-go-round of the composers’ imagination as they commented, through music, on some of the most significant moments of their life.  More >>

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Peter Seabourne: Steps Volume 1 - An Anthology for Piano (.flac) - SH0168FLACFP
Peter Seabourne: Steps Volume 1 - An Anthology for Piano (.flac)

The first volume of Seabourne's highly acclaimed Steps series, described as "one of the most significant of the 21st Century" [Allegro].  This "anthology" gathers together pieces written after the composer's "re-birth" following a twelve year silence; a veritable flood of beauty, energy and emotional power. Minjeong Shin finds every shade between poetry and virtuosity in these breathtaking performances

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Greeting!
Still
The Little White Girl
El Suspiro del Moro
Split the Lark...
Suspended Journeys I. 19
Suspended Journeys II. Black
Suspended Journeys III. A Touch
Little Scene
Over the Ocean
Awake!
The Sun - just touched the Morning!
In Winter: I. Im Windesweben
In Winter: II. An Baches Ranft
In Winter: III. Winter Landscape with Rocks
In Winter: IV. Noch wingt mich treue
In Winter: V. The Lark in Winter
In Winter: VI. The Rose in Winder
Trois Petits Adieux: I. crotchet = 76
Trois Petits Adieux: II. Playful yet poignant
Trois Petits Adieux: III. Sombre

Recorded: 8th April 2016, Newark, UK
Recording Producer:  Peter Seabourne
Recording Engineers:  Spencer Cozens & Peter Seabourne
Executive Producers: Peter Seabourne & Ermanno Bemporad di Stefani
Release Date:  March 2017
Total duration: 85:29

Minjeong Shin - SH0168Minjeong Shin is a pianist who forged a very personal inner musical world under the tutelage of deeplyinspiring professors whilst studying at Sunhwa Arts School and Seoul National University in South Korea, New England Conservatory in the States, and The University of Minnesota (DMA). Now herself a respected teacher she continues to enjoy a busy recital schedule.

Whilst still playing much mixed repertoire, she has become a keen exponent of contemporary music presenting works by, among others, Morton Feldman, Toru Takemitsu, Charles Griffes, Joan Tower, Isang Yun, Ockmi Han, and Kyuil Yoon. She is especially interested in music that explores the boundary between the past and the future, seeking to find genuine beauty in the living music of our present time.

She first encountered Seabourne's work in 2011. Her mentor, Lydia Artymiw, encouraged her to perform some pieces from his Steps series for a doctoral recital. Immediately she felt empathy for the composer's voice, and his individual exploration of time and space. She believes deeply in this sound world, finding much personal resonance in the naturalness of its inspiration.

Her earlier experience behind her, she decided to make it her goal to present the entire first volume of Seabourne's monumental series, much of which had yet to be played in public. This was no small task given its complexity! Wishing to reflect the composer's wishes, she has worked closely with him for over a year to make this landmark recording; in doing so she has tried to mirror his vision.

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