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Accordion Recital: KOBLENZ, B. / SCHLUNZ, A. / AHN, Jin-Ah / SEITHER, C. / KIM, Earl / BEIL, M. (Mirror - New Music for Accordion)

Accordion Recital: KOBLENZ, B. / SCHLUNZ, A. / AHN, Jin-Ah / SEITHER, C. / KIM, Earl / BEIL, M. (Mirror - New Music for Accordion)

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2013

Recorded in 24 Bit / 44.1Khz
album available as a Studio File
Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Margit Kern

Soloist

Venue:

Deutschlandfunk Kammermusiksaal, Cologne, Germany



Record Label
Genuin

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 78:33
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Accordion Recital: KOBLENZ, B. / SCHLUNZ, A. / AHN, Jin-Ah / SEITHER, C. / KIM, Earl / BEIL, M. (Mirror - New Music for Accordion)

     
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BABETTE KOBLENZ

1 

Sans Soleil

17:10
     
 

ANNETTE SCHLUNZ

2 

Journal No. 2, "Schneeland"

14:41
     
 

JIN-AH AHN

3 

Zwischentraume

10:42
     
 

CHARLOTTE SEITHER

4 

Never real, always true

13:14
     
 

EARL KIM

5 

Ophelia

11:10
     
 

MICHAEL BEIL

6 

Und Acht

11:36
     
 Margit Kern Soloist


Whoever puts this new second GENUIN album by the accordionist Margit Kern in their audio player will soon get an idea of why so many composers of the 20th and 21st centuries are so fascinated by this instrument – that some apparently still equate with tangos and seafaring songs... This German musician presents us an entire highly virtuoso bouquet of six world premiere recordings. Ranging from the creaking, petrified landscapes and glistening light of Babette Koblenz to Earl Kim’s moving songs of mourning, she fascinates us with enormous energy and inner calm in equal measure.

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