The March 2019 issue (vol.13, no.1) has been published and contains the following feature articles:
• ‘ ‘’Accompanied by Solemn Songs‘‘: Wagner’s Ring as it might have been‘ by Arnold Whittall
• ‘Redeeming Senta‘ by Edward A. Bortnichak and Paula M. Bortnichak
• ‘Ludwig Revisited‘ by Joseph Horowitz
•‘Being Isolde: the Theory and Practice of Anna Bahr-Mildenburg‘ by Karin Martensen
•‘Legend and Reality in Wagner‘s Creativity‘ by Ulrich Drüner
plus reviews of: the Ring at Covent Garden and various venues in Germany, plus Die Meistersinger in Wiesbaden and Mannheim; Barrie Kosky‘s Bayreuth Meistersinger on DVD; Jaap van Zweden‘s Naxos Götterdämmerung on CD; a new translation of the Ring by John Deathridge, Oswald Bauer's monumental history of the Bayreuth Festival and three heavyweights of German Wagner scholarship
Final tableau from the Covent Garden Götterdämmerung by Keith Warner, the new generation pressing forward to the front of the stage.
Senta‘s angelic quality is captured in the 1906 illustration of her and the Flying Dutchman by Hugo L. Braune.