Elisabetha Nina Mary Frederica Lehmann (1862-1918) was born in London, England. Her father was a German painter and her mother was an accomplished musician. She was well-educated, studying music with successful artists in England, Germany, France, and Italy. She became a successful soprano recitalist, with concert engagements in England in the United States, and was a successful composer and teacher. She became the first president of the Society of Women Musicians and taught singing at the Guildhall School of Music. She wrote “Practical Hints for Students of Singing.” Her compositions include pieces for the stage, song cycles, art songs, parlour songs and children’s songs.
All are SATB and unaccompanied unless noted in VOICING column. A noting of “div” indicates some divisi within a part or parts, but usually not a true independent part throughout the work. Solos and accompaniment are also noted.
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