Despite her short life, Meta Seinemeyer achieved great success being a singer. Her recordings had been among the few that Walter Legge suggested his wife, the fantastic Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, pay attention to as types of design and lyricism. Her tone of voice was a light dramatic soprano which, if she acquired lived longer, may have developed into a complete dramatic sound with the capacity of performing Brünnhilde and Isolde. Her recordings screen an uncanny control of lengthy legato phrases and great powerful variety. The little girl of the Berlin law enforcement commissioner, Meta Seinemeyer examined tone of voice with Nikolaus Rothmühl and Ernst Grenzebach. Small is well known about her early lifestyle, but she produced her operatic debut in 1918 on the Deutschen Opernhaus Berlin as Euridice in Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice. She continued to be under agreement there until 1925. Nevertheless, in 1923 she toured THE UNITED STATES using the German Opera Organization, the same organization which offered Friedrich Schorr along with his U.S. debut. She produced her NY debut on Feb 23, 1923, as Eva in Die Meistersinger, and the next night sang Elisabeth in Tannhäconsumer. In November 1924 she sang Marguerite in Gounod’s Faust like a visitor designer at Dresden; she was provided a agreement for the next season and nearly immediately became the business’s leading light dramatic soprano. Her first successes emerged in Italian opera, specifically Andrea Chénier and La forza del destino. She sang the Duchess of Parma in the premiere of Busoni’s Doktor Faust in 1925. In 1926 she toured SOUTH USA and produced an effective debut in Buenos Aires as Agathe in Weber’s Der Freischütz and afterwards in shows of Die Meistersinger and Tannhäconsumer. In 1927, she produced her debut in Vienna. IN-MAY 1929 she sang Sieglinde at Covent Backyard. Later that period in London she also sang in Pass away Meistersinger and Lohengrin. She was sick at that time she still left London and in August 1929 she passed away of influenza at age 34. She was wedded to conductor and pianist Frieder Weissmann.