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2 edition of Richard Wagner to Mathilde Wesendonck. found in the catalog.

Richard Wagner to Mathilde Wesendonck.

Richard Wagner

Richard Wagner to Mathilde Wesendonck.

Translated, prefaced, etc. by William Ashton Ellis.

by Richard Wagner

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Published by H. Grevel in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsWesendonck, Mathilde (Luckemeyer) 1828-1902, Ellis, William Ashton, d. 1919,
Classifications
LC ClassificationsML410 W1 A392 1911
The Physical Object
Pagination386p.
Number of Pages386
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21866797M

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«Ri Brand: Media Galaxy. Full text of "Richard Wagner to Mathilde Wesendonck" See other formats. By Richard Wagner Translated by William Ashton Ellis Richard Wagner to Mathilde Wesendonck Pages Published in Original Title Information Richard Wagner an Mathilde Wesendonk. Tagebuchblätter und Briefe Published in Reading Information This title contains words.

Estimated reading time between 8 and 14 minutes. (Music Minus One). In andas Richard Wagner had come to the completion of Die Walkure, the second installment in his epic opera cycle, Der Ring des Nibelungen, he took time out to write a series of lieder for (and based on poems by) Mathilde Wesendonck, with whom Wagner was believed to have been, at the very least, extremely infatuated.

Mathilde Wesendonck means in Richard Wager's life has always given her a golden background in my eyes, but this one moment by no means exhausts its value.” 8 In addition to the legacy of being Wagner's muse, she was a writer and poet in her own right. Truly great compositions spring, like Athena from Zeus' skull, at the juncture of genius and passion.

In Mathilde Wesendonck: Isolde's Dream, author Judith Cabaud calls on a host of heretofore undiscovered resources to tell the story of Mathilde Wesendonck, muse and paramour to Richard Wagner and, later, Johannes Mahler, eat your heart out.4/5.

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Letters of Richard Wagner: the Burrell collection. by Richard Wagner, John Deathridge, William Ashton Ellis; 47 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Bayreuther Festspiele, Biography, Composers, Correspondence, Performances, Relations with women, Germany, Biography: general, Romantic music (c to c ), Correspondence (Wagner.

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Richard Wagner to Mathilde Wesendonck; by Wagner, Richard, ; Wesendonck, Mathilde, ; Ellis, William Ashton, d.ed. and tr. Publication date TopicsPages: Richard Wagner: the Wikipedia articles This is a Wikipedia book, a collection of Wikipedia articles that can be easily saved, imported by an external electronic rendering service, and ordered as a printed book.

A detailed account of the lives and times of Mathilde and Otto Wesendonck and their meeting with Richard Wagner. Lots of factual detail, but also, fictionally dramatised.

Probably the best contemporary account of their intertwined lives, to be read alongside the Mathilde Wesendonck - /5(4).In Mathilde Wesendonck: Isolde's Dream, author Judith Cabaud calls on a host of heretofore undiscovered resources to tell the story of Mathilde Wesendonck, muse and paramour to Richard Wagner and, later, Johannes Brahms.

Alma Mahler, eat your heart out. In or about AugustRichard Wagner's character changed.News from the Members. New book on Mathilde Wesendonck "Isolde's Dream" Recently published in the United States, this new work by Judith Cabaud calls on a host of undiscovered sources to tell the story of Mathilde Wesendonck, muse and paramour to Richard Wagner.

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