Winterreise CD

Winterreise CD by Ida Duelund

Ida Duelund

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Inspired by Franz Schubert’s famous work, Ida Duelund has created a series of beautiful and haunting pieces after the songs from his Die Winterreise cycle, and featuring poetry by Wilhelm Müller.

Winterreise is the latest album from Ida Duelund, a talented Danish vocalist and double bass player.

Evoking the rising winter moon, Winterreise follows a similar vain to Ida’s interpretation of Henry Purcell’s works in her acclaimed production, Another Lament released in 2012.

Like Another Lament, this latest album sees Ida continue her stunning creative collaboration with sound designer Jethro Woodward.

Winterreise was first presented as part of BLOOD, a Malthouse Theatre’s Things on Sunday session in 2011.

Ida Duelund is a Danish bass player and vocalist who is currently based in Melbourne.

She is active in the jazz, experimental as well as the chamber music scene in Melbourne. Since 2010 Ida has performed with Chamber Made Opera, The Australian Art Orchestra, Malthouse Theatre, Rawcus Theatre and Four Larks Theatre. She also performs in several groups for pop and improvised music including Adrian Sherriff Trio, True Strength and Lisa Salvo.

In Denmark Ida has performed as part of Copenhagen International Jazz Festival, Vinterjazz Festival and performed at venues including Copenhagen Jazz House, Operaen (Christiania) and Trinitatis Natkirke. She is also performing on the record ‘Verdens Navle’ (compositions by Jørgen Emborg) released by Sundance Records (Copenhagen).

Ida completed a Bachelor of Music at Northern Melbourne institute of Tafe in 2011.

More info: idaduelundhansen.com
More info about the 2013 CD Launch: www.chambermadeopera.com/events/winterreise-cd-launch

Listen to samples from Winterreise here

“Ida…demonstrate(s) an expressive continuum in harmonic and timbrel composition, from unnerving baroque contrapuntal dissonance to the sickly crackle of cotton thread over a double bass string.”
RealTime Arts