From Thomas Pasatieri, who set the “Sieben Lehmannlieder” or the Seven Lehmann Songs, I recently received an email. These songs use Lehmann’s poems, written originally for voice and piano and then orchestrated by Mr. Pasatieri. Here’s what he wrote: “Dear Gary, The seven poems are: Ich bin allein auf Bergesgipfeln- Wie lieb’ ich diese klare Stunde- So hort’ ich wieder deiner Stimme- In Flammen starb dein Bild- Wie schon ist dieser tiefe Schlummer- Narzissus- Die Welt scheint ganz aus Glut gesponnen. Theodore Presser publishes Sieben Lehmannlieder and the translations for each poem are in the front of this book. Thank you, Thomas Pasatieri.” And I have just located the premiere recording sung by Lehmann student Judith Beckmann with the composer at the piano. The place: “Lehmann Hall”at the Music Academy  of the West. The date: August 6, 1988, still the centennial year of Mme. Lehmann’s birth. Here are the words and translations from the original booklet that accompanied that performance.