Definition of Lieder singer
1. Noun. A singer of lieder.
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Literary usage of Lieder singer
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1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"She soon became known as the greatest lieder singer of modern times. In 1912 she visited the United States and made a most successful concert tour with the ..."
2. Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians by Theodore Baker (1919)
"Wüll'ner, Dr. Ludwig, son of preceding; eminent Lieder-singer; b. Münster, Westphalia, Aug. 19, 1858. St. Germanic languages and lore at the univs. of ..."
3. The Drama of Transition: Native and Exotic Playcraft by Isaac Goldberg (1922)
"The playwright has left us a humorous account of how, when he broached the matter to the lieder-singer, he was met with the reply that his only pay for the ..."
4. Music (1900)
""During the last summer I spent several weeks near Munich studying with the celebrated German baritone and lieder singer, Eugen Gura, who. as you remember, ..."
5. Baltzell's Dictionary of Musicians: Containing Concise Biographical Sketches ...by Winton James Baltzell by Winton James Baltzell (1918)
"Gerhardt, Elena, lieder singer. b. Leipzig, Nov. 11, 1883. Began to study singing at 16, with Mme. ..."
6. Success in Music and how it is Won by Henry Theophilus Finck, Ignace Jan Paderewski (1909)
"that I left Meiningen a few months later and once more changed my vocation by becoming a professional lieder singer. I said to myself: "Of good German ..."
7. Donizetti's Opera L'elisire D'amore: Containing the Italian Text, with an by Gaetano Donizetti (1885)
"... of this highly praised Lieder-singer are drawn from the music of many different lands, from her native Holland to our own America, and including France, ..."