Claire Stadtmueller
Claire Stadtmueller

Claire Stadtmueller



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Claire Stadtmueller
150 Views · 1 year ago

An elegy for nature, as microwave radiation (5G) and aerosol spraying of aluminum, sulfuric acid, etc., cause its death. Sung by soprano Claire Stadtmueller, who, before The Tyranny, sang on the stages of Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center... and now makes music videos that comment on our times. She is the co-founder of 5G Free RI and citizen lobbyist for the RI Clean Atmosphere Act that would protect us from the aerosol spraying/geoengineering with which we are being assaulted.

Claire Stadtmueller
17 Views · 1 year ago

⁣"All that Gold" from "Amahl and the Night Visitors" by Gian Carlo Menotti.
Sung by soprano Claire Stadtmueller. The disparity between those appreciating the simple things of nature and life, and those who would be gods and deny us of that humanity.

Claire Stadtmueller
19 Views · 1 year ago

⁣Soprano Claire Stadtmueller sings Edward Elgar's "In Haven" from his "Sea Pictures." Film by Providence Lyceum.
How perfectly this song by Elgar, with text by his wife Caroline Alice, describes our current human condition. The music is pleasant, without drama, but each of the three stanzas forebodes trouble: "Storms are sweeping sea and land; Foam flakes cloud the hurrying blast; Joy, sea swept, may fade today." We have witnessed the great disconnect between the undercurrent of disaster amidst the unwillingness of many to awaken to the realization of liberties lost. "Love alone will last."
Claire Stadtmueller has performed eight major works at Carnegie Hall, beginning with her debut in Beethoven's Missa Solemnis. She performed the role of Puccini's Tosca under legendary Maestro Vincent La Selva in NYC's Central Park.

Claire Stadtmueller
15 Views · 1 year ago

⁣Gian Carlo Menotti composed his 1950s Pulitzer-Prize winning opera "The Consul" to depict tyranny in a 1940s European country. I recorded the aria "To this we've come" and created a slideshow depicting the tyranny in our current times.

Claire Stadtmueller
29 Views · 1 year ago

⁣The theme of banishment in Catalani's aria from La Wally is applied to the banishment artists endured as they did not relinquish their bodily sovereignty to an inaccurate narrative. The injection does not prevent transmission.

Ms. Stadtmueller made her Carnegie Hall debut in Beethoven's Missa Solemnis, and returned to sing 7 more works there. She performed the role of Tosca in NYC's Central Park under the legendary Maestro La Selva.

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