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  • The New York Times described Stratas's voice as being "of such commanding richness that it imparts a grand musicality, along with an aura of high drama, to everything she touches." This collection features music from throughout Weill's career; the Times called it "a record filled with the richness of life" and named it among the year's best upon its release.

  • The New York Times described Stratas's voice as being "of such commanding richness that it imparts a grand musicality, along with an aura of high drama, to everything she touches." This collection features music from throughout Weill's career; the Times called it "a record filled with the richness of life" and named it among the year's best upon its release.

  • Lotte Lenya, Kurt Weill's widow, once told Teresa Stratas that "nobody can sing Weill's music better than you do" and offered the singer this set of previously unpublished songs to perform. The New York Times called it a "landmark" recording that "blended theatrical spunk with classical vocalism."