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Liza Lehmann (Composer)

Born: 11th July 1862, London, UK

Died: 19th September 1918, Pinner, Middlesex, UK

Nationality: English

Liza Lehmann was an English operatic soprano and composer, known for her vocal compositions.

After vocal studies with Alberto Randegger and Jenny Lind, and composition studies with teachers including Hamish MacCunn, Lehmann made her singing debut in 1885 in London and pursued a concert career for nearly a decade. In 1894, she married and left the stage. She then concentrated on composing music, becoming known for her songs, including many children's songs. She also composed several pieces for the stage and wrote a textbook on singing. In 1910, she toured the United States, where she accompanied her own songs in recitals.

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