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The March 2021 issue (vol.15, no.1) has been published and contains the following feature articles:

‘Dream Work: The Inner World of Die Meistersinger‘ by Paula M. Bortnichak and Edward A. Bortnichak

‘A Postscript to “A Breath of Sorrow“ ‘ by Eva Rieger

’The Incest Motif in Wagner by Otto Rank. Translated by Anthony Negus, introduced and edited by Christopher Wintle

’Richard Wagner and the Artist Gustav Gaul: Newly Discovered Drawings in the Austrian National Library by Chris Walton

’Redemption from the Redeemer? Review Article on Roger Scruton and his Wagner's Parsifal by Jeremy Coleman

plus reviews of: productions from Antwerp, Brussels and Helsinki courtesy of Opera Vision; the New York Met’s ’Wagner Week’; performances in Berlin, Bayreuth and Hanover; the CD debut of the soprano Jenufa Gleich; Fritz Reiner’s Complete Columbia Album Collection; the Cambridge Companion to Wagner’s ’Der Ring des Nibelungen’; Michael Buckley’s Dramatic Technique and Meaning in Wagner’s ’Ring’; Anna Stoll Knecht’s Mahlers Seventh Symphony; William Melton’s new biography of Engelbert Humperdinck

Beckmesser as post-traumatic stress sufferer. Johannes Martin Kränzle in the 2014 Met production

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