The November 2022 issue of The Wagner Journal has been published

The Wagner Journal

The November 2022 issue (vol.16, no.3) of The Wagner Journal has been published and contains the following feature articles:

  • Stephen Johnson on ‘What Sibelius Learned from Wagner’
  • Derek Hughes on German Wagner criticism from the premiere of Die Meistersinger to the end of the Second World War
  • Eric Doughney brings insights from the disciplines of psychology and social philosophy to bear on the case of Winifred Wagner
  • Extract from Parsifal’s Seduction, a novel by Laurence Dreyfus

The issue also contains reviews of: the Ring and the Holländer in Bayreuth, Tannhäuser in Hamburg, Die Meistersinger in Berlin, Tristan und Isolde in Santa Fe, Siegfried at Longborough, Die Walküre in Coburg, Parsifal in Koblenz and London, plus Die Feen, Das Liebesverbot and Rienzi in Leipzig; Axel Brüggemann's film Global Wagner and Sven Fritz’s new biography of Houston Stewart Chamberlain.

Of special interest

Keeping it in the Family: Barry Millington is gripped by the dynastic saga of the new Bayreuth ‘Ring

All the World’s a Stage: Patrick Carnegy welcomes a film that explores the composer’s present-day global reach

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