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

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Soloists include the international star Paul Whelan, winner of the Lieder Prize in the Cardiff Singer of the World Competition.
The same year he came second behind Dmitri Hvorostovsky in the Cardiff BBC Singer of the World Competition, but won the Lieder Prize.
I would have climbed mountains to have been given the opportunity to record," says Terfel of his early career, which was boosted when he won the Lieder Prize in BBC Cardiff Singer of the World in 1989.
Bryn, who also won the Cardiff contest's Lieder Prize, told Natalya, a student at the Guildhall, to remember her performance starts the moment she walks on stage and to have a big smile on her face when she appears.
The performer, whose singing career was launched when he won the Lieder Prize at the Cardiff Singer of the World competition in 1989, attracted criticism when he withdrew from appearing in the Ring Cycle at Royal Opera House in Covent Garden in 2007 because his youngest son, then six, needed an operation.
After studying at King's College in London and then the Royal Academy of Music, he sprang to prominence after winning the Lieder prize at the 1991 Cardiff Singer of the Year Competition.
Bryn won the Welsh Singers Competition in 1988 and went on to the final of what is now the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World the following year, where he won the first Lieder prize, having been pipped for the overall title by Russian Dmitri Hvorostovsky.
He went on to represent Wales in the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World in 1989 reaching the final alongside Russian baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky and won the Lieder Prize.
Not only is the Welsh public very aware of the competition but expectations of any Welsh singer are always high, especially as many remember when a young bass baritone from Gwynedd made the headlines in 1989 by just missing out on the title yet clinching the Lieder Prize.
The heats continue throughout this week with Welsh competitor Natalya Romaniw singing on Wednesday and the Lieder Prize competition being held on Friday.
The baritone Christopher Maltman, winner of the Lieder prize at the 1997 Cardiff Singer of the World competition, was totally at home with this repertoire.
In 1989, Terfel famously represented his country in the contest and although he won the Lieder Prize (now Song Prize) he was runner-up in the overall competition, which was won by Russian baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky.
The contest, staged every two years since 1983, has given many a newcomer a leg up on the road to fame, most notably Bryn Terfel who won the Lieder prize in 1989.