E. W. Korngold

from: Sechs einfache Lieder op. 9

  • Schneeglöckchen
  • Ständchen
  • Liebesbriefchen
  • Sommer
Alexander Zemlinsky


Armas Järnefelt

Selected songs

  • Leivo
  • Solsken
  • Toivoni
Alban Berg

Sieben frühe Lieder

  • Nacht
  • Schilflied
  • Die Nachtigall
  • Traumgekrönt
  • Im Zimmer
  • Liebesode
  • Sommertage
Richard Strauss

Selected songs

  • Du meines Herzens Krönlein op. 21/2
  • Befreit op. 39/4
  • Mein Auge op. 37/4
  • Freundliche Vision op. 48/1
  • Malven TrV 297
  • Ich liebe dich op. 37/2

Vier Lieder op. 27

  • Heimliche Aufforderung
  • Ruhe, meine Seele
  • Morgen
  • Cäcilie
Camilla Nylund
Helmut Deutsch
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Camilla NylundThe Finnish soprano Camilla Nylund is one of the most sought-after singers in her field internationally and is a regular guest at all major music centers – at the Vienna State Opera, the Metropolitan Opera New York, La Scala Milan, the Paris Bastille, the Munich, Berlin and Hamburg State Operas, the Deutsche Oper Berlin, the Semperoper Dresden, the Zurich Opera House and at the Bayreuth and Salzburg Festivals, in Barcelona, Valencia, Helsinki, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Tokyo and San Francisco. Her repertoire includes all the major roles of the classical-romantic repertoire, whereby she has repeatedly set artistic standards, particularly in the roles of Wagner – Elisabeth, Elsa, Sieglinde, Senta, Isolde, Brünnhilde – and Strauss – Marschallin, Arabella, Capriccio Countess, Chrysothemis, Empress, Ariadne, Salome. Her repertoire also includes roles such as Marie (Wozzeck), Jenůfa, Katerina (Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk) and Eine Frau (Erwartung). Camilla Nylund also has a special interest in the lieder recital genre. She prefers to dedicate her recital programs to romantic German songs and the composers of her Scandinavian homeland, above all Jean Sibelius. She has received numerous awards in recognition of her artistic achievements. Since November 2022, she has held the Lotte Lehmann Memorial Ring – one of the world’s most prestigious awards for female opera singers.

Camilla Nylund is an Austrian and Saxon Kammersängerin.

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© Shirley Suarez

Helmut Deutschis one of the most sought-after and successful song accompanists in the world. Born in Vienna, he studied at the Conservatory, the Academy of Music and the University of his home city, was awarded the Composition Prize of the City of Vienna and became a professor at the age of 24. Even during his student days, his main interest was the Lied, but he also worked for several decades as a chamber musician in all imaginable formations with many world-class instrumentalists. His international career as a Lied accompanist began with the soprano Irmgard Seefried, but the most important singer of his younger years was Hermann Prey, whose permanent partner he was for twelve years in several hundred concerts. He went on to work with many of the most important lieder singers and performed in all the world’s major music centers. Today, his principal partners include the singers Jonas Kaufmann, Diana Damrau, Michael Volle and the young Swiss tenor Mauro Peter. Helmut Deutsch’s work is documented on more than one hundred recordings. Some of these also reflect what he sees as one of his central concerns: the revival of unjustly forgotten composers of the past. Another task that has increasingly become a matter close to his heart over the years is the training and promotion of young talent.

After his years in Vienna, his teaching activities continued primarily at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Munich, where he was Professor of Lied Interpretation for 28 years; in addition, however, he still gives a constantly growing number of master classes in Europe and the Far East and continues to maintain links with universities through guest professorships. His students have included Juliane Banse, Jonas Kaufmann, Dietrich Henschel, Christian Gerhaher and Wolfram Rieger.