Definition of lied in English:
noun (plural lieder /ˈlēdər/)
A type of German song, especially of the Romantic period, typically for solo voice with piano accompaniment.
- He has also written a significant number of lieder and song cycles which are significantly under-represented in the current CD catalogue.
- As if to foreshadow the war to come, he recorded two of the most popular German lieder that month - Schubert's Serenade and Brahms's Lullaby.
- After a historical introduction to the orchestral instruments, Plotkin explores the literature for the symphonic form, piano, orchestral instruments, lieder and vocal music, and choral music.
from German Lied.
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