Martin Gregor-Dellin and Dietrich Mack (ed.): Cosima Wagner’s diaries

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ISBN 0-00-216130-3. Indbundet. 1199 sider. Stand: 5 ud af 6 stjerner.

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Volume One 1869-1877. Cosima Wagner was the illegitimate daughter of Franz Liszt (1811-86). She left her husband conductor Hans Bulow to become the wife of Richard Wagner (1813-83). He is the composer of the Ring Cycle of operas as well as such classics as the Flying Dutchman, Der Meistersinger of Nuremburg, Parsifal, Tannhauser, Tristan and Isolde and Lohengrin. The Wagners were Anti-Semitic but brilliant. They lived in Bayreuth where Wagner developed the Bayreuth festival to promote his great theatrical and musical works. In these pages the reader will learn about the strong marriage of the Wagners and their views on subjects ranging from music to religion to art and life. Anyone who wants to delve into the lives of this nineteenth century power couple must consider this first volume a must read.

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