Lotte Lehmann & Her Legacy: Volume 2

Dalton Baldwin
Mary Dibbern
Beaumont Glass
Alex Farkas
Graham Johnson
Paul Ulanowsky
Brian Zeger
Juliana Banse speaks
Banse sings “Feldeinsamkeit” by Brahms with pianist Brian Zeger.
Thomas Hampson speaks
Wolfgang Holzmair sings “Zügenglöcklein” by Schubert with pianist Russell Ryan.
Jennifer Larmore sings “Sure on this shining night” by Barber with pianist Daniel Beckwith.
Ollmann speaks.
Kurt Ollmann sings Schubert’s “Auf dem Flusse” with pianist Mary Dibbern.
Christophe Prégardien sings Schubert’s “Frühlingstraum” with Dennis Helmrich, piano.
Derek Lee Ragin sings “This little light o’ mine” with pianist Andrew McMillan.
Paul Sperry speaks.
Sperry sings “Bonjour Suzon” by Pessard with pianist Dalton Baldwin.
Frederica von Stade sings “Seit ich ihn gesehen” by Schumann with pianist Jim Meredith.
Nathalie Stutzmann sings “À Chloris” by Hahn with pianist Inger Södergren.
Damien Top speaks
Top sings “En sourdine” by Fauré with Alex Farkas, pianist.
Previn speaks.

The late soprano Judith Kellock with pianist Blaise Bryski recorded Hindemtih’s “Sillung Mariä mit dem Auferstandenen” from Das Marienleben.

Kellock sings Hindemtih’s “Sillung Mariä mit dem Auferstandenen” with Blaise Bryski, piano.

Two non-musicians, who have been deeply involved in music for decades, have recorded their thoughts on Lehmann. Opera authority and advocate Speight Jenkins, was General Director of the Seattle Opera (1983-2014).

Jenkins speaks

Journalist and author Charles Osborne was also a theater and opera critic.

Osborne speaks.

The late soprano Jessye Norman spoke about Lehmann’s influence on her.

Norman speaks.