The Lied is an underestimated art form – its short and intense quality makes it the most intimate of genres. Anna has a very broad lied repertoire, trying to combine the well-known “classics” of the German lied with songs of lesser known or forgotten composers. Having grown up in an international family and being the daughter of an interpreter, she is very much in love with language and the specific culture and mind set that is uniquely linked to a language. Thus, her repertoire includes English and Scandinavian songs as well as French mélodies, Russian песни and Spanish canciones.

Complete song cycles only listed by name – individual songs are not listed, instead there are given the names of the composers.

Berio, L.                                             Folk Songs

Britten, B.                                          A charm of lullabies

de Falla, M.                                       Siete canciones populares españolas

Dvorák, A.                                         Biblische Lieder (deutsch & tschechisch)

Elgar, E.                                             Sea Pictures

Milhaud, D.                                       Poèmes juifs

Montsalvatge, X.                              Cinco canciones negras

Hindemith, P.                                   Nine English Songs

Schumann, R.                                   Frauenliebe und -leben op.42

Liederkreis op. 39 (Eichendorff)

Poulenc, F.                                        La fraîcheur et le feu

Rihm, W.                                           Hölderlin-Fragmente

Schostakowitsch, D.                        Sechs Romanzen nach Marina Zwetajewa (russisch)

Standford, C.                                    Bible Songs

Wagner, R.                                       Wesendonck-Lieder

Individual songs and groups of songs composed by…

Renaissance/Baroque: Lute songs, solo madrigals, Arie Antiche etc. by Caccini, Cima, Dowland,  Grandi among others

Lied: Brahms, Duparc, Eisler, Fauré, Grieg, Hindemith, Liszt, Alma Mahler, Gustav Mahler, Fanny Mendelssohn, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Mozart, Pfitzner, Ravel, Respighi, Reimann, Rihm, Schönberg, Schubert, Clara Schumann, Robert Schumann, Ethel Smyth, Strauss, Varlamov, Webern, Wolf, Wolpe