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  1. Richard Wagner (Twayne's world authors series, TWAS 77. Germany) by Robert Raphael, 1969
  2. Imagined Germany: Richard Wagner's National Utopia (German Life and Civilization) by Hannu Salmi, 1999-08
  3. Wagner Beyond Good and Evil by John Deathridge, 2008-07-14
  4. Richard Wagner, Fritz Lang, and the Nibelungen by David J. Levin, 1999-11-29
  5. Siegfried in Full Score by Richard Wagner, 1983-03-01
  6. The Life of Richard Wagner (v. 4) by Ernest Newman, 1976-11-06
  7. Richard Wagner's Prose Works V1: The Artwork Of The Future (1895) by Richard Wagner, 2010-09-10
  8. My Life, Volume 1 by Richard Wagner, 2010-04-02
  9. Richard Wagner Boxed Set (Ring Cycle) by Rudolph Sabor, 1997-10-23
  10. Gotterdammerung in Full Score by Richard Wagner, 1982-03-01
  11. The Flying Dutchman and other Stories from Wagner by C.E. Smith, Richard Wagner, 2008-05-15
  12. Wagner and the Erotic Impulse by Laurence Dreyfus, 2010-12-01
  13. Decoding Wagner: An Invitation to His World of Music Drama (includes 2 CDs) by Thomas May, 2004-12-22
  14. I Saw the World End: A Study of Wagner's Ring (Clarendon Paperbacks) by Deryck Cooke, 1992-03-12

61. Wagner, Richard. The New Dictionary Of Cultural Literacy, Third Edition. 2002
2002. wagner, richard. (VAHGnuhr) A nineteenth-century German composer known for his operas, many of which dramatize myths and legends.
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63. Harvard University Press/The Harvard Biographical Dictionary Of Music/Richard Wa
richard wagner. wagner, (Wilhelm) richard (b. Leipzig, 22 May 1813; d. Venice, 13 Feb. Photo of wagner Jules Bonnet/Courtesy richard wagner Museum/Bayreuth.
RICHARD WAGNER Wagner, (Wilhelm) Richard Politische "Wagner now turned his attention to opera. While in Prague for the performance of his symphony he began the libretto to Die Hochzeit; Die Feen (The Fairies; after Carlo Gozzi's La donna serpente ). In February Die Hochzeit was abandoned and the music for Die Feen begun, reaching completion in January 1834, then revised that spring. Although the opera's musical and aesthetic premises are derived from Weber's Oberon and Marschner's Der Vampyr , they are nonetheless realized with a skill and attractiveness quite exceptional in a young man's first opera. "Wagner's intellectual life had gained a notable stimulus in 1832 when the composer became friends with Heinrich Laube, along with Heine a leading figure in the Young Germans, an informal literary society that rejected the Romantic movement of the century's first decades in favor of a more politically conscious posture. The pages of Laube's provided Wagner with his first forum as a belle-lettrist. In `Die Deutsche Oper,' published in June 1834, Wagner began the practice, typical for him but unusual at that time, of working out a specific aesthetic or theory in print before trying it out in music. According to this article, Germans needed to learn from recent achievements in Italian opera. The same month he sketched the story of an opera in which he would heed his own advice, Das Liebesverbot; oder, Die Novize von Palermo

64. Richard-Wagner-Gymnasium Baden-Baden
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65. Wagner, Richard
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66. Richard Wagner - Bayreuther Festspiele - Der Ring Des Nibelungen ...
Offre informazioni sulla sua opera pi¹ il calendario degli eventi in Bayreuth.
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67. Richard Wagner Arr Jack Gale
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68. Richard Wagner (1813-1883)
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69. Wagner, Richard (1813-1883)
Classical Music, wagner, richard (18131883) Guide picks. Nineteenth century German composer richard wagner. richard wagner Archive Fairly good overall site.
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An interesting article from About's Guide to German Culture, including a page about Wagner's numerous love affairs. Richard Wagner in Israel
The About Guide to Israeli Culture reports on what happened the first time Wagner's music was performed in Israel. Will Israelis Ever Hear Wagner?
An article written in 1998 by's Israeli Culture Guide that addresses Wagner's darker side and the controversy that often surrounds him. Richard Wagner Archive
Fairly good overall site. Includes Wagner "postcards", which are not e-cards, but are interesting nonetheless. Wagner on the Web
Very informative site. Includes a listing of performances of Wagnerian works around the world (into 2000).

70. Richard Wagner
R©flexions sur le compositeur, le th©¢tre de Bayreuth, la mise en sc¨ne de ses uvres et en particulier du Ring. Galerie photographique, plans et textes.
Richard Wagner Éléments biographiques Note à propos d'une légende (Richard Wagner, son père - et l'antisémitisme) Les oeuvres ... Photos

71. ClassicalPlus Composer - Richard Wagner
wagner, richard Biography richard wagner (Born; Leipzig, 22 May 1813; Died; Venice, 13 Feb 1883). German composer. He was the son

72. Wilhelm Richard Wagner
Translate this page Die Krefelder Referate Homepage Wilhelm richard wagner. Wilhelm richard wagner wurde am 22 Mai 1813 in Leipzig geboren.

73. Bayreuther Festspiele - Startseite
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74. Opera And Drama
Opera and Drama. By richard wagner. 1852. Translated by William Ashton Ellis. The wagner Library. Edition 1.0.
Opera and Drama
By Richard Wagner
Translated by William Ashton Ellis
The Wagner Library
Edition 1.0
Table of Contents
  • About this Title Translator's Preface Opera and Drama
    About this Title
    Opera and Drama By Richard Wagner Translated by William Ashton Ellis Opera and Drama Richard Wagner's Prose Works Volume 2 Pages 1-376 Published in 1893
    Original Title Information
    Oper und Drama. Published in 1852 Sämtliche Schriften und Dichtungen : Volume III/IV Pages 222-320/1-229
    Reading Information
    This title contains approximately 135167 words. Estimated reading time between 386 and 676 minutes. [v]
    Translator's Preface
    BEFORE plunging into the thick of the accompanying treatise, I believe it will interest the reader to gather a few details about its history. Fortunately these are obtainable at first hand; therefore I can take no credit for supplying them, further than that they have not hitherto been set forth in any connected form. The very first we hear of Oper und Drama is in a letter from Wagner to Theodor Uhlig dated December 27, 1849: "I have still very much to say to those before whom I am placing my

75. Die Homepage Der Richard-Wagner-Grundschule
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76. Biografía - Wagner, Richard
wagner, richard Nacionalidad Alemania Leipzig 22-5-1813 - Venecia 13-2-1883. Educado en el seno de una familia
Nacionalidad: Alemania
Leipzig 22-5-1813 - Venecia 13-2-1883
Educado en el seno de una familia de actores, desde muy joven decide dedicarse a la música. Esta tendencia combinada con su pasión por la literatura, hace de la ópera en el género más idóneo para satisfacer sus dotes. Estudió piano y violín, aunque no fue un alumno brillante. Su formación fue casi autodidacta. Mozart Beethoven y Von Weber fueron sus principales referencias musicales. En el ámbito de la literatura fue un ferviente admirador de Goethe Schiller y Shakespeare . En 1823 dirige el coro de Würzburg y posteriormente pasaría por varios teatros de provincias. En esta época escribe "Las hadas" su ópera prima, y "La prohibición de amar". Se queda sin fondos económicos y sufre la persecución de sus acreedores, por lo que emprende un viaje a París. Las tormentas y tempestades que vive de camino a la ciudad de las luces, a su paso por Inglaterra, le llevan a componer "El holandés errante". En la capital francesa no es reconocido y su situación económica empeora. Pero el éxito no tardaría en llegar. De regreso a su país natal estrena "Rienzi". La buena acogida que tiene entre el público aumenta su prestigio. En 1842 el Teatro Real estrena "El holandés errante". En 1848 intervino en la Revolución y en consecuencia tuvo que marcharse a París. En 1857 compone "Tristán e Isolda" una obra que revive una de sus relaciones sentimentales frustradas. Acosado de nuevo por las deudas, tiene un golpe de suerte y Luis II, uno de sus fervientes admiradores, le envía un emisario para invitarle a mantener una entrevista. Solventados los problemas económicos compone para el rey "La marcha del Homenaje". A finales de la década de los setenta presenta "Los maestros cantores de Nuremberg". En estos días mantuvo una estrecha relación con Nietzsche. "Sigfrido", "El oro del Rin", "El ocaso de los dioses" fueron sus siguientes obras. Tras muchas trabas económicas, en 1882 concluye "Parsifal, su última ópera.

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RICHARD WAGNER Richard Wagner wurde am 22.05. in Leipzig geboren. In dieser Zeit lernte er die Schauspielerin Minna Planer Flucht nach Frankreich. Paris Opern auf. In den Jahren 1848 und 1849 Wegen seines teuren Lebensstils verschuldete sich Wagner immer mehr. 1866 starb Wagners Ehefrau Minna. 1870 heiratete er Cosima, mit der er bereits drei Kinder hatte. Mit ihr zog er nach Bayreuth, wo er ein Festspielhaus Mit 63 Jahren hatte er den Gipfel seines Ruhmes erreicht. Am 13.02.1883 starb Richard Wagner in Venedig. Inhalt

78. Wagner, Richard (1813-1883)
wagner, richard. composer. richard wagner was born in Leipzig. The man who was officially his father, a clerk at the police court, died when he was very young.
Wagner, Richard
composer germany 22 May 1813, Leipzig - 13 Feb 1883, Venezia: Palazzo Vendramin
Real name: Wagner, Wilhelm Richard
Grave location: Bayreuth: Villa 'Wahnfried' (In de tuin)
Richard Wagner was born in Leipzig. The man who was officially his father, a clerk at the police court, died when he was very young. His mother married the painter Ludwig Geyer and possibly he was Wagner's real father. When he was seven the family moved to Dresden, where he received his first musical education at the Dresdner Kreuzschule. Geyer died when Wagner was only eight years old, but he had already inspired a taste for art in the boy.
Under the influence of Goethe and Shakespeare he wrote the tragedy "Leubald und Adelaide" at a very young age. He started a series of diaries around the age of twenty, already convinced of his own genius and his future fame.
After attending performances of works by Weber and Beethoven he switched to music. He went to Leipzig university in 1831 and became chorus master at the Würzburg theatre. Wagner finished his first opera "Die Feen" in 1834 and in 1836 he married the singer Minna Planer (a marriage he would regret until their separation in 1858). He went to Königsberg with her to became musical director at the theatre. Soon afterwards the theatre went bankrupt and Wagner was left behind without payment. An engagement in Riga followed, but in 1839 he had to flee from his creditors.
Wagner tried to find himself a place in the world of opera in Paris (1839-1842). Allthough he became friendly with the great Meyerbeer he failed and almost starved to death from poverty. Even so he finished his opera "Rienzi" and when it was performed in Dresden on October 20th, 1842 it became an immediate success. In 1843 it was followed by "Der Fliegende Hollander" (The Flying Dutchman) and in that same year he became Kapellmeister in Dresden.

79. Wagnermania - Richard Wagner
Portal dedicado a richard wagner.

Chat Si Brahms no hubiera existido, la Historia de la Música estaría casi en el mismo punto, pero no sé que hubiera sido de la Música sin Wagner (Daniel Barenboim)
Biografía Bayreuth Encuestas ... Discografía Óperas y Dramas Die Feen Das Liebesverbot Rienzi Der fliegende Holländer ... Acerca de... NOTICIAS Sigfrido y El Ocaso en el Liceu Las dos últimas jornadas de El Anillo del Nibelungo llegan al Gran Teatro del Liceu, concluyendo así la Tetralogía iniciada en el teatro barcelonés la pasada temporada. Bertrand de Billy dirige la Orquesta del Teatro en una producción de la Deutsche Staatsoper de Berlín. Exposición de Adolphe Appia en Madrid Durante el presente mes, el Círculo de Bellas Artes de Madrid celebra una exposición dedicada a la obra del suizo Adolphe Appia, considerado el padre de la escenografía moderna, con especial interés en sus trabajos para los dramas de Wagner. Postoperatorio: El Anillo del MET Crítica escénica y musical del Anillo del Nibelungo representado en el Metropolitan de Nueva York el pasado mes de abril, con dirección musical de James Levine. “Si escuchas a Wagner, no conduzcas”

80. Wagner, Richard
Translate this page wagner, richard, 1813-1883. Siehe auch Frels 310-311. ANDERE HINWEISE Burk, John N. richard wagner Briefe die Sammlung Burrell. Frankfurt aM Fischer, 1950.
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883
epochemachender Komponist und Operndichter, der u.a. von Nietzsche bewundert und von Ludwig II. finanziell unterstützt wurde; geistiger Architekt des Festspielhauses Bayreuth
Bayreuth, Richard-Wagner-Gedenkstätte
(Brandis, Cowen, Denecke, Jordan, Mommsen, Raabe) TEILNACHLAß, SAMMLUNGEN:
Eisenach, Fritz-Reuter und Richard-Wagner-Museum
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Philadelphia, Curtis Institute of Music
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Berlin, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin
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New Haven, Connecticut, Yale University Library
(Katalog Beinecke) New York City, Broadcast Music, Inc., Archives (NUCMC) Nürnberg, Germanisches Nationalmuseum (Mommsen) KORRESPONDENZ: Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Library (NUCMC) Berlin, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin

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