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Lieder

Waltraud Meier

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4 Lieder, Op. 27, TrV 170: No. 2. Cäcilie (text by H. Hart)  
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Cäcilie, op. 27 No. 2 (Heinrich Hart)
Heinrich Hart; Richard Strauss; Heinrich Hart; Waltraud Meier; Joseph Breinl
2:29
5 Lieder, Op. 48, TrV 202  
2
Winterweihe, op. 48 No. 4 (Karl Friedrich Henckell)
Karl Friedrich Henckell; Richard Strauss; Karl Friedrich Henckell; Waltraud Meier; Joseph Breinl
2:40
6 Lieder aus Lotosblätter, Op. 19, TrV 152  
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Wie sollten wir geheim sie halten, op. 19 No. 4 (Adolf Friedrich Graf von Schack)
Adolf Friedrich von Schack; Richard Strauss; Adolf Friedrich von Schack; Waltraud Meier; Joseph Breinl
2:00
4 Lieder, Op. 27, TrV 170  
4
Morgen! op. 27 No. 4 (John Henry Mackay)
John Henry Mackay; Richard Strauss; John Henry Mackay; Waltraud Meier; Joseph Breinl
3:50
8 Gedichte aus "Letzte Blätter", Op. 10, TrV 141  
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Die Nacht, op. 10 No. 3 (Hermann von Gilm zu Rosenegg)
Hermann von Gilm; Richard Strauss; Hermann von Gilm; Waltraud Meier; Joseph Breinl
2:31
5 Lieder, Op. 39, TrV 189  
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Befreit, op. 39 No. 4 (Richard Dehmel)
Richard Dehmel; Richard Strauss; Richard Dehmel; Waltraud Meier; Joseph Breinl
5:11
8 Gedichte aus "Letzte Blätter", Op. 10, TrV 141  
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Zueignung, op. 10 No. 1 (Hermann von Gilm zu Rosenegg)
Hermann von Gilm; Richard Strauss; Hermann von Gilm; Waltraud Meier; Joseph Breinl
2:03
8
Dem Unendlichen, Lfg. 10 (Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock)
Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock; Franz Schubert; Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock; Waltraud Meier; Joseph Breinl
4:51
9
Wehmut, op. 22 No. 2 (Matthäus Kasimir von Collin)
Matthäus Kasimir von Collin; Franz Schubert; Matthäus Kasimir von Collin; Waltraud Meier; Joseph Breinl
2:30
10
Die Forelle, op. 32 (Christian Friedrich Daniel Schubart)
Christian Friedrich Daniel Schubart; Franz Schubert; Christian Friedrich Daniel Schubart; Waltraud Meier; Joseph Breinl
2:08
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Gretchen am Spinnrade, op. 2 (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe; Franz Schubert; Johann Wolfgang von Goethe; Waltraud Meier; Joseph Breinl
3:47
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Nachtstück, op. 36 No. 2 (Johann Baptist Mayrhofer)
Johann Baptist Mayrhofer; Franz Schubert; Johann Baptist Mayrhofer; Waltraud Meier; Joseph Breinl
4:50
13
Erlkönig, op. 1 (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe; Franz Schubert; Johann Wolfgang von Goethe; Waltraud Meier; Joseph Breinl
4:33
4 Letzte Lieder (4 Last Songs), TrV 296  
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Frühling (Hermann Hesse)
Joseph von Eichendorff; Hermann Hesse; Richard Strauss; Joseph von Eichendorff; Waltraud Meier; Joseph Breinl
3:35
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September (Hermann Hesse)
Joseph von Eichendorff; Hermann Hesse; Richard Strauss; Joseph von Eichendorff; Waltraud Meier; Joseph Breinl
5:04
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Beim Schlafengehen (Hermann Hesse)
Hermann Hesse; Joseph von Eichendorff; Richard Strauss; Hermann Hesse; Waltraud Meier; Joseph Breinl
5:10
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Im Abendrot (Joseph von Eichendorff)
Joseph von Eichendorff; Hermann Hesse; Richard Strauss; Joseph von Eichendorff; Waltraud Meier; Joseph Breinl
7:20
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    64:32
"Authentic empathy for the respective part", Waltraud Meier tells us, "this is the only way for the audience to understand its essence." But it is more than that, it’s her charismatic acting intensity, her acting skills, her elaborate vocal technique, as well as her frenetic singing culture. She is constantly taking up new challenges, working on herself and trying to intuitively grasp a new vocal part.

Only when she can fully identify with the song or the part, when the boundaries between the part and the self are blurred, only then can the performance be convincing, says the artist.

With Joseph Breinl, she has found an ingenious partner whose primary concern is to equally learn, develop, and improve new things. They both aim to grasp what is written in the music, what the composer wanted to express.
"We are servants of music, not self-exposers!"
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