Johannes Brahms' beautiful Lieder for high voice make up this album of treasured classics for high voice, now digitally remastered with CD+G encoding. Not to be missed! Includes a high-quality printed vocal
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You're in for a treat as you listen to, then perform these great pieces from Donizetti's oeuvre, with a full orchestra at your beck and call! Includes a printed vocal score on high-quality ivory paper, with
A great collection of the world's favorite songs. Includes titles by such masters as Brahms, Dvorak and Reynaldo Hahn. Includes a printed vocal score and access to professionally-recorded piano
From the world of Vienna in its glory days comes this, probably the most famous operetta composed. Johann Strauss's magical, delightful excursion into another time and place is waiting for your
This is the first of a two-volume set of the best Italian Songs of the 17th and 18th centuries. Really wonderful songs of truly lasting merit, from such masters as Caccini, Monteverdi and Scarlatti. These
Perform timeless Lieder with accompaniment from John Wustman, pianist for Pavarotti. Perfect for practice, rehearsal, auditions, performances and more! Richard Strauss's Lieder represent the high-point of
A second volume of German Lieder for high voice from Schubert, these are beautiful and necessary components to every serious singer's training. Includes a high-quality printed vocal score and a compact disc
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Gorgeous high-voice German Lieder from Franz Schubert, the master of the form. These are all classics of their genre and you can join renowned accompanist John Wustman to hone your own interpretations!
These low-voice Lieder from Robert Schumann are classics; they demonstrate the composer's mastery of the form, and of the melodic line. Great music in this lovely nineteenth-century idiom. Includes a
In 1857 and 1858, as Richard Wagner had come to the completion of Die Walkure, the second installment in his epic opera cycle, Der Ring des Nibelungen, he took time out to write a series of lieder for (and
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