Lehmann Documentation

Lehmann was a busy lady; besides singing, she wrote books, articles, poetry and painted and did other art work. This page will direct you to selections from her various writing, as well as articles and memories of Lehmann written by others. Read what she wrote about Bruno Walter. Or Der Rosenkavalier. The foreword and post script Lehmann wrote to her autobiography are famous and we offer, on the same page, her introduction to her book More than Singing. Lehmann wrote her last book, Eighteen Song Cycles, in 1972. You may read the published as well as the unpublished (and Lehmann-candid) introduction. The page called “misc” writings is interesting to scroll through. You can find Lehmann poetry, articles on Toscanini, her feelings about her own recordings and more.

But of course many others have written about Lehmann. You can find what both experts and fans write, or read bios and obits.

Discography

Discography with sound

Biographies

Praise and…

Chronology

Roles and Repertoire

CD index To help you find the particular song or aria on CDs

Writings/Bibliography

Lehmann Sings Art Song

Many Write About Lotte Lehmann

Magazine Articles on Lehmann

Letters

Meeting with Göring

The famous Lehmann Profile that Marcia Davenport wrote for the New Yorker, 23 February 1935

The Singing Actress Attacks Her Part, from the April 1937 Theatre Arts Monthly

Sieben Lehmannlieder/Seven Songs to Lehmann Poems

Lehmann/Melchior Recital

Lotte Lehmann League and Lotte Lehmann Foundation Newsletters

Programs and Reviews

Vienna Newspaper Clippings

Lehmann’s Birth Certificate

German Radio Script About Lehmann