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Stutzmann sings Wagner's romantic lieder

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Nathalie Stutzmann made her National Symphony Orchestra debut last season singing the contralto part in Dvorak's cantata, "Stabat Mater." Audiences were serenaded by her voice, as deep and rich as maroon velvet. This week she returns to display its succulence in a performance of Wagner's "Wesendonck Lieder," a song cycle inspired while the composer and his wife were staying on the estate of his...

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