Starting from the original score for voice and piano, from Wagner's orchestration of the fifth lieder, we propose here a new version of Wesendonck Lieder, for voice, piano, clarinet (playing the bass clarinet) and cello. It is not a simple transcription, but a "composition" that emphasizes the structure of Wagner's composition as the text inspired by Buddhism and Orient by Mathilde Wesendonck. The colors of the clarinet and the cello play a decisive role. Instrumental interludes, also including resonant oriental percussions, were composed and placed between the lieder. They have a dual temporal function of "resonance" of each lied and musical memory, returning the listener from one lied to another, not always in the order of the latter.