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  • So when I, first time when I heard the Kreisler "Liebeslied," I just feel, wow, the song is just right for the erhu.

    The Sonorous Strings of the Erhu

  • It is to me finer than Henselt's perfect "Liebeslied," possibly because the ravishing sweetness of the woman's voice answering the sombre plea of the man gives it a double claim on the heart.

    Contemporary American Composers Being a Study of the Music of This Country, Its Present Conditions and Its Future, with Critical Estimates and Biographies of the Principal Living Composers; and an Abundance of Portraits, Fac-simile Musical Autographs, and Compositions

  • Now, as she threw off her walking things, she fell first upon her violin, and rushed through a Brahms '' Liebeslied, 'her eyes dancing, her whole light form thrilling with the joy of it; and then with a sudden revulsion she stopped playing, and threw herself down listlessly by the open window.

    Robert Elsmere

  • Now, as she threw off her walking things, she fell first upon her violin, and rushed through a Brahms's 'Liebeslied,' her eyes dancing, her whole light form thrilling with the joy of it; and then with a sudden revulsion she stopped playing, and threw herself down listlessly by the open window.

    Robert Elsmere

  • Alex Temple's imaginative "Liebeslied" for female voice, electronics and orchestra showed that all styles of older contemporary music are fair game, including American standards and show tunes.

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  • Among them the violist Kenji Bunch serves as the soloist for his "Devil's Box," and Mellissa Hughes, a versatile, compelling soprano, will sing in "Liebeslied" by Alex Temple.

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  • Anne Høegh Krohn's Liebeslied, starring Jan Plewka and talented actress-director Nicolette Krebitz, received a special mention.

    Cineuropa

  • All the above qualities resurface in Yundi's spellbinding playing of "La Campanella," "Liebeslied ( 'Widmung')," "Liebestraum No. 3," the Rigoletto Paraphrase, and, particularly, the credibility-defying "Tarantella."

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