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  • n. Plural form of lied.

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Examples

  • Mentoring has been key to Eschenbach's art; he's built up a long list of artists whom he has "discovered" or championed, and with whom he regularly performs: Fleming; the enfant-terrible pianist Lang Lang (whose debut Eschenbach led at Ravinia); the controversial pianist and polymath Tzimon Barto; the star baritone Matthias Goerne (whom Eschenbach has often accompanied in lieder recitals); and the violinist Jennifer Koh.

    Can Christoph Eschenbach and the National Symphony Orchestra give each other a fresh start?

  • Why are some Brahms or Schubert songs titled lieder and others gesange.

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  • Days of delicious dreaming were these, -- days of roaming on the emerald green turf under the stately and odorous pines, listening to the dash of the waterfalls, or watching the crimson sunset burning redly through the darkness of the branches, -- and in the moonlit evenings sitting under the trees to hear the entrancing music of a Hungarian string-band, which played divine and voluptuous melodies of the land, -- "lieder" and

    Thelma

  • Gerhaher has made much of his career as a singer of "lieder" or art songs, and it showed in his crisp diction and an ability to vary his sound from a hushed whisper to a climactic high note with no loss of tonal purity.

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  • In that sense, Rabindranath Tagore: The Singer and the Song is a beautiful re-introduction to the poet, who wrote the lyrics and gave music to all his 2,200 songs in the genre of 'lieder' music, a feat rare even in the West.

    The Financial Express

  • It influenced lieder composers like Franz Schubert and Karl Loewe, poets Wilhelm M ü ller and Heinrich Heine, and culminated, if you will, with Mahler.

    Parsing Mahler's Poetic Songs

  • Christmas saw the release of Mr. Hampson's superb recording of Mahler's "Des Knaben Wunderhorn" "The Youth's Magic Horn", a series of enchanting lieder with orchestral accompaniment — Mahler also wrote a version with piano — based on folk verses collected by the early 19th-century German poets Clemens Brentano and Ludwig Achim von Arnim.

    Parsing Mahler's Poetic Songs

  • The melody is simple enough, but the arrangement by guitarist Sebastian Cruz and bassist Stomu Takeishi colors each phrase a little bit differently, bringing out a prism of harmonic possibilities and taking us into the realm of lieder.

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  • Austrian baritone Florian Boesch is the latest – and among the most successful to date – of the younger generation of lieder singers to tackle Winterreise.

    Schubert: Winterreise – review

  • They were too short for that, too spiky, more Bartok folk song than Schubert lieder.

    for da carey

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  • "Would you like to hear a lieder?

    You've but to ask me...to wed

    I would, I would, I would

    You've but to beg me...it

    I would, I would, I would

    "

    -Reducto

    July 21, 2009