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DEPARTMENT FOR LADIES 387 Northern Mythology Impression made by The Walkyrie its success The position of dramatic composer compared to that of other artists Justice of Wagner's demands Dramatic Outline of the work The relation of Siegmund and Sieglinde יוי Lecture -The Ring of the Nihlung Siegfried The performances of August 1876 at Baireuth More of the objections raised Other details Different groups of spec- tators Wagner's reforms Attempts by other Masters Equivalence of Poetry and Music in Wagner's work Unfair reports The so-called Music of the Future The intro- duction of Wonders The musical drama Siegfried out- line of its contents Wagner's power of characterisation of given situations Lecture VI -The Ring of the Nihlung The Dusk of the Gods The end of the world according to the Northern Mythology Outline of The Dusk of the Gods Wagner's treatment of the subject Its relation to the Sources Com- parisons Uniformity of ideas Elimination of Christian dogmas Moral conveyed The fire-encircled mountain The gods Other sources used The Music Lecture VII -Parsifal The Baireuth Theatre Baireuth and the Wagner Theatre Some historical facts Character and style of Parsifal Details concerning the Baireuth Theatre The legend of the Holy Grail Outline of Parsifal Different character of the three acts The Music in this work Conclusion Fee £1 lis 6c ART CLASSES Professor Holden For an account of these Classes eee 339 Β Β
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