Lied

Typically, Lieder are arranged for a single singer and piano, the Lied with orchestral accompaniment being a later development. Some of the most famous examples of Lieder are Schubert`s `Der Tod und das Mädchen` (`Death and the Maiden`) and `Gretchen am Spinnrade`. Sometimes Lieder are gathered in a Liederkreis or `song cycle`—a series...
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Lied

• (n.) A lay; a German song. It differs from the French chanson, and the Italian canzone, all three being national. • (imp. & p. p.) of Lie
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lied

noun a German art song of the 19th century for voice and piano
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Lied

Lied (lēt) noun ; plural Lieder (lē'dẽr). [ G.] (Mus.) A lay; a German song. It differs from the French chanson , and the Italian canzone , all three being national. « The German Lied is perhaps the most faithful reflection o...
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lied

any of a number of particular types of German song, as they are referred to in English and French writings. The earliest so-called lieder date from ... [7 related articles]
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Lied

German for 'song'
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lied

German word for song; plural: lieder. liederbuch
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lied

lied and lieder:see song.
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lied

Musical dramatization of a poem, usually for solo voice and piano; referring especially to the Romantic songs of Franz Schubert, Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms, and Hugo Wolf
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lied

[n] - a German art song of the 19th century for voice and piano
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