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Laura Strickling|Confessions

Confessions

Joy Schreier, Laura Strickling

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Confessions, an album of contemporary art songs from soprano Laura Strickling, is about personal relationships as much as anything else, and chief among these relationships is the long-time one with accompanist Joy Schreier. The quality of musicianship and communication of this partnership is evident throughout this recording. Strickling has a powerful voice, and her agility, adaptability, and ability to convey emotions beyond the text make it no wonder she has excelled in the art song repertoire. She has established relationships with each of these composers and here presents the world premiere recordings for all but one work. The recital opens with the titular Confessions by Clarice Assad, a dark-tinged comedic view of some of the struggles experienced by women. Gilda Lyons' Songs of Lament and Praise sets texts from 10th to 12th century Ireland, and these are unlike anything else on the album. Lyons creates a sound world that is a combination of folk song and chant with 21st century harmony, and Strickling's performance is sensitive and sympathetic. The lone work not receiving its premiere is Tom Cipullo's song cycle, How to Get Heat Without Fire. Strickling brings familiarity with Cipullo's music to this recording, as she performed in the premiere of his opera The Parting in 2019, and this cycle tests the singer's range and ability to convey several emotions, from the humor of "The Pocketbook" to despair in the final movement that gives the cycle it's title. To What I See by Amy Beth Kirsten, Strickling's graduate school classmate, is an intriguing setting of Ophelia's soliloquy from Shakespeare's Hamlet, with the vocal line and piano punctuating the text in remarkable ways. Michael Djupstrom's Three Songs on texts by Sara Teasdale were written at two different times; "I Would Live in Your Love" was commissioned in 2006, and soprano Kimberly Walton commissioned the other two to create a three-song set which together, convey stages of an ultimately failed story of love. Flutist Sarah Eckman McIver joins for the final work on the album, Libby Larsen's Righty, 1966, a nostalgic view of a young girl who loved playing baseball. Top-quality performances throughout and well-recorded by Yarlung Records.
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Confessions

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Confessions (Clarice Assad)

1
No. 1, What Will They Think?
00:05:53

Clarice Assad, Composer - Laura Strickling, Artist, MainArtist - Joy Schreier, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Yarlung Records (P) 2020 Yarlung Records

2
No. 2, Fixation
00:05:05

Clarice Assad, Composer - Laura Strickling, Artist, MainArtist - Joy Schreier, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Yarlung Records (P) 2020 Yarlung Records

3
No. 3, Turn Back the Clock
00:03:27

Clarice Assad, Composer - Laura Strickling, Artist, MainArtist - Joy Schreier, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Yarlung Records (P) 2020 Yarlung Records

Songs of Lament & Praise (Gilda Lyons)

4
No. 1, Eve's Lament
00:01:18

Gilda Lyons, Composer - Laura Strickling, Artist, MainArtist - Joy Schreier, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Yarlung Records (P) 2020 Yarlung Records

5
No. 2, Deirdre's Lament
00:02:25

Gilda Lyons, Composer - Laura Strickling, Artist, MainArtist - Joy Schreier, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Yarlung Records (P) 2020 Yarlung Records

6
No. 3, Hymn to the Archangel Michael
00:03:13

Gilda Lyons, Composer - Laura Strickling, Artist, MainArtist - Joy Schreier, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Yarlung Records (P) 2020 Yarlung Records

7
No. 4, A Mother's Lament
00:05:04

Gilda Lyons, Composer - Laura Strickling, Artist, MainArtist - Joy Schreier, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Yarlung Records (P) 2020 Yarlung Records

8
No. 5, An Even-Song
00:03:16

Gilda Lyons, Composer - Laura Strickling, Artist, MainArtist - Joy Schreier, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Yarlung Records (P) 2020 Yarlung Records

How to Get Heat Without Fire (Tom Cipullo)

9
No. 1, Why I Wear My Hair Long
00:01:27

Tom Cipullo, Composer - Laura Strickling, Artist, MainArtist - Joy Schreier, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Yarlung Records (P) 2020 Yarlung Records

10
No. 2, Saying Goodbye
00:02:17

Tom Cipullo, Composer - Laura Strickling, Artist, MainArtist - Joy Schreier, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Yarlung Records (P) 2020 Yarlung Records

11
No. 3, The Pocketbook
00:04:42

Tom Cipullo, Composer - Laura Strickling, Artist, MainArtist - Joy Schreier, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Yarlung Records (P) 2020 Yarlung Records

12
No. 4, How to Get Heat Without Fire
00:05:15

Tom Cipullo, Composer - Laura Strickling, Artist, MainArtist - Joy Schreier, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Yarlung Records (P) 2020 Yarlung Records

To See What I See (Amy Beth Kirsten)

13
To See What I See
00:06:22

Laura Strickling, Artist, MainArtist - Amy Beth Kirsten, Composer - Joy Schreier, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Yarlung Records (P) 2020 Yarlung Records

3 Teasdale Songs (Michael Djupstrom)

14
No. 1, I Would Live in Your Love
00:02:37

Michael Djupstrom, Composer - Laura Strickling, Artist, MainArtist - Joy Schreier, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Yarlung Records (P) 2020 Yarlung Records

15
No. 2, Absence
00:02:37

Michael Djupstrom, Composer - Laura Strickling, Artist, MainArtist - Joy Schreier, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Yarlung Records (P) 2020 Yarlung Records

16
No. 3, Spring Rain
00:03:04

Michael Djupstrom, Composer - Laura Strickling, Artist, MainArtist - Joy Schreier, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Yarlung Records (P) 2020 Yarlung Records

Righty, 1966 (Libby Larsen)

17
Righty, 1966
00:03:13

Libby Larsen, Composer - Laura Strickling, Artist, MainArtist - Sarah Eckman McIver, Artist, MainArtist - Joy Schreier, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Yarlung Records (P) 2020 Yarlung Records

Albumbeschreibung

Confessions, an album of contemporary art songs from soprano Laura Strickling, is about personal relationships as much as anything else, and chief among these relationships is the long-time one with accompanist Joy Schreier. The quality of musicianship and communication of this partnership is evident throughout this recording. Strickling has a powerful voice, and her agility, adaptability, and ability to convey emotions beyond the text make it no wonder she has excelled in the art song repertoire. She has established relationships with each of these composers and here presents the world premiere recordings for all but one work. The recital opens with the titular Confessions by Clarice Assad, a dark-tinged comedic view of some of the struggles experienced by women. Gilda Lyons' Songs of Lament and Praise sets texts from 10th to 12th century Ireland, and these are unlike anything else on the album. Lyons creates a sound world that is a combination of folk song and chant with 21st century harmony, and Strickling's performance is sensitive and sympathetic. The lone work not receiving its premiere is Tom Cipullo's song cycle, How to Get Heat Without Fire. Strickling brings familiarity with Cipullo's music to this recording, as she performed in the premiere of his opera The Parting in 2019, and this cycle tests the singer's range and ability to convey several emotions, from the humor of "The Pocketbook" to despair in the final movement that gives the cycle it's title. To What I See by Amy Beth Kirsten, Strickling's graduate school classmate, is an intriguing setting of Ophelia's soliloquy from Shakespeare's Hamlet, with the vocal line and piano punctuating the text in remarkable ways. Michael Djupstrom's Three Songs on texts by Sara Teasdale were written at two different times; "I Would Live in Your Love" was commissioned in 2006, and soprano Kimberly Walton commissioned the other two to create a three-song set which together, convey stages of an ultimately failed story of love. Flutist Sarah Eckman McIver joins for the final work on the album, Libby Larsen's Righty, 1966, a nostalgic view of a young girl who loved playing baseball. Top-quality performances throughout and well-recorded by Yarlung Records.
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