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The Wagner Journal

The Wagner Journal, November 2014, Volume 8, Number 3

The Wagner Journal, November 2014, Volume 8, Number 3

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Christopher Wintle, Kundry’s Baptism, Kundry’s Death

Simon Williams, Timely Timelessness: Regietheater at Bayreuth in the 1970s

Nicolas Bell, Wagner Manuscripts at the British Library

Reviews (live performances)

Pro and Contra Castorf: Mark Berry, Tash Siddiqui and Peter Bloom report from Bayreuth

Love’s Labours Won: Matthew Rye reviews a production of Tristan that draws parallels between opera, literature and biography

Desert Song: Sand dominates a Tristan at the Maggio Musicale, reports Michael Fuller

A Wagnerian Mecca in Yorkshire: Anastasia Belina-Johnson joins the pilgrims in Leeds for the conclusion of a semi-staged Ring cycle

Reviews (CDs)

A Calling-Card of Note: Roland Matthews welcomes a debut Wagner disc from James Rutherford

Glossing Gluck: Matthew Rye explores a little-known byway in the Wagnerian oeuvre

Reviews (DVDs)

Perchance to Dream: Barry Millington relishes the interweaving of fantasy and reality in Stefan Herheim’s stunning Meistersinger

Snake Charms in Unsettling Parsifal: Peter Quantrill assesses two contrasting productions

A Dream Come True: Mike Ashman greets the belated release of Joachim Herz’s pioneering Holländer film

Reviews (books)

Confronting the Dragons: Judith Lebiez assesses a Freudian analysis of the Ring

Performance Anxiety: The interpretation of Wagner’s works remains a vexed subject, finds David Breckbill

French Connection: Paul du Quenoy takes issue with a new study of Manet and Wagner

101 Uses for a Tarnhelm: Niall Hoskin enjoys an irreverent look at the Ring

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