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Chai-lun Yueh

Baritone, member of National Association of Teachers of Singing, USA
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Anthology of Chuan-Sheng Lu
Album La Mia Canzone
Some Enchanted Evening
Man Jiang Hong 满江红
Chinese Classical Art Songs
24 Italian Songs & Arias
Letter From Italy 1944
Ständchen 小夜曲
An die Musik 致音乐
Der Lindenbaum 菩提树
Der Tod, das ist die kühl
Die Post 邮车
Flühlingstraum 春梦
Gefrorne Tränen 冻泪
Lydia 丽迪娅
Nacht und Träume 夜与梦
Wasserflut 泪洪
Where'er You Walk
教我如何不想她
Sonntag 星期日
Morgen 明天
Letter From Italy, 1944 
 
 
Sung by Baritone: Chai-lun Yueh
Composed by: Sarah Meneely-Kyder
 
 
In 2001, Chai-lun has performed a very moving and challenging vocal piece: "The Letter from Italy, 1944". It is composed specifically for his deep and rich baritone voice by his colleague, Professor Sarah Meneely-Kyder, accompanied by The North/South String Quartet.  His magnificent singing was included on the CD Millennium Overture, produced by North/South Recordings, and it was nominated for a Grammy award in 2003. It is also featured on CPTV special program in 2015. This soundtrack could be found in most of the major music/book stores across the United States.
 
  
 
 
 
"Letter from Italy, 1944"  sung by Chai-lun Yueh is Featured on CPTV Special Program
 
 
Review from Raymond Tuttle, Fanfare July/August 2003
 
Another highlight comes with Sarah Meneely-Kyder’s Letter from Italy, 1944. The Walt Whitman-ish text is by the composer’s sister, who assembled it from their father’s wartime letters and diary entries. The setting is a sensitive one, as befits the subject, and it is gorgeously sung by baritone Chai-lun Yueh. Trenchantly dramatic, eerie, frightening and warmly lyrical as the text requires, Meneely-Kyder’s music goes beneath the surface and explores the complex emotions of the poem’s narrator …
 
 
 
 
 
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