Su-a Lee - Dialogues


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December 2022

15 Tracks: Baroque Suite (Feat. Donald Shaw) * Oblivion (Feat. Carel Kraayenhof) * Waltzska For Su-a (Feat. Natalie Haas) * Mill O'Tifty's Annie (Feat. Karine Polwart) * Stroma (Feat. James Ross) * The Wedding (Feat. Phil Cunningham) * Paths (Feat. Hamish Napier) * Prince Charlie's Last View of Scotland (Feat. Duncan Chisholm) * Dance Tunes Of Athole (Feat. Patsy Reid) Mo Rùn Geal Òg (Feat. Julie Fowlis) * Lundgren (Feat. Pekka Kuusisto) * O'Carolan (Feat. Maeve Gilchrist) * Mareel (Feat. Jenna Reid) * The Witch Of Leanachan (Feat. Donald Grant) * Ae Fond Kiss (Feat. Su-a Lee)

An exciting debut album by Korean-Scottish classical cellist Su-a Lee who collaborates with top folk artists in a series of duos.

Su-a Lee (Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Mr. McFall’s Chamber), is joined by a stellar cast of musicians, fiddle players Donald Grant, Duncan Chisholm, Jenna Reid, Patsy Reid, and Pekka Kuusisto; pianists Donald Shaw and James Ross; flautist Hamish Napier; harper Maeve Gilchrist; bandoneonist Carel Kraayenhof; accordionist Phil Cunningham; Scots singer Karine Polwart; Gaelic singer Julie Fowlis; and fellow cellist Natalie Haas.

"Stepping out of the shadows and making your debut album after a 30-year career as a member of different ensembles and an assortment of collaborations with others is a courageous move, but Scotland-based cellist Su-a Lee can rest assured that with Dialogues, she has made an album that is, in every sense, an unqualified triumph. You can't listen and not be enveloped and stirred by the magnificently played assemblage of musical partnerships on offer." Dave McNally, Folk Radio.

"Playing solo is not really my thing. I am energised by working with other people, especially these people. I didn’t want my debut solo album to be about me taking the limelight. This album celebrates the musician featured on each track. Each piece reveals something of their roots, identity, and inspirations, while also striking a chord with me." Su-a Lee.


 

 


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