This recording also documents the much-admired American mezzo Lorraine Hunt Lieberson in her final Met performances (she died of cancer a few years later).
What does LHL stand for?
LHL stands for Lorraine Hunt Lieberson (opera singer)
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- Left High Kick (martial arts)
- Light Housekeeping
- Love, Hugs & Kisses
- Les Houches Kids Contest (France)
- Laughing Hella Loud
- Left Hepatic Lobe (liver)
- Light-Heavy-Light (molecules)
- Linda Hall Library (Kansas City, Missouri)
- Lister Hill Library
- Lister Hill Library of the Health Sciences (University of Alabama at Birmingham)
- Living His Life Abundantly International (television production; Oldsmar, FL)
- Lake Hickory Learning Communities (North Carolina)
- Lake Huron Learning Collaborative (Canada)
- Links Healthy Living Centre (est. 2002; UK)
- Living Hope Lutheran Church (various locations)
- Lancaster Hotels, Land and Properties Inc. (Philippines)
- Light Harpoon Landing Restraint System (Fire Scout, VTUAV system)
- Lincoln Heights Literary Society (California)
- Living Hope Lutheran School (Minnesota)
- Longman Handbooks for Language Teachers (author Jeremy Harmer)
Samples in periodicals archive:
I heard none of the world weary near-desperation that singers as different as Thomas Quasthoff and the late Lorraine Hunt Lieberson found there.
SP Schumann/BrahmsSongs Lorraine Hunt Lieberson (mezzo), Julius Drake (piano) (Wigmore Hall Live WHLive 0024) £8.
It is utterly musical, and in his touching emotional directness I recognise qualities from classical singers such as the late Lorraine Hunt Lieberson and Karita Mattila.
Peter Bacon Classical CDs Lorraine Hunt Lieberson/ Roger Vignoles - Mahler, Handel, Lieberson (WHLive 0013) The great American mezzo Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, whom cancer took from the world last summer, brought to this 1998 recital an example of her warmth of response to three of the composers with whom she was closely associated out of a very selective repertoire.
LORRAINE HUNT LIEBERSON: ``Sings Peter Lieberson: Neruda Songs'' (Nonesuch) - Four stars In this heart-wrenching disc, composer Peter Lieberson puts music to five love poems by Nobel Prize-winning Chilean poet Pablo Neruda sung by Lieberson's late wife, the great mezzo-soprano Lorraine Hunt Lieberson.
” On Monday, July 3, the most luminous voice I’ve ever heard was extinguished when the American mezzo soprano Lorraine Hunt Lieberson died at the age of 52.
A few seasons ago, Lorraine Hunt Lieberson stood on the stage at Carnegie Hall before an audience largely unfamiliar with her.