|Statement||edited by John Louis DiGaetani.|
|Contributions||Di Gaetani, John Louis.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||453|
PENETRATING WAGNER'S RING (WAGNER RING OF THE NIBELUNG) Paperback – January 1, by JOHN L. GAETANI (Editor)Manufacturer: DA CAPO PRESS. Wagner's Ring cycle - The Ring of the Niebelung - has been described as one of the most enduring of operatic spectacles. This collection has brought together writings on the Ring and includes articles by George Bernard Shaw, Georg Solti and Andrew Porter, excerpts from Wagner's own letters and works and discourses by over 30 other writers.3/5. The book is a collection of essays from a wide variety of writers who wrote about the Ring Cycle over the first century of its existence. It includes essays by Bryan Magee, Robert Donington, George Bernard Shaw, Charles Fletcher-Cooke, George G. Windell, W.J. Henderson, Georg Solti, and quite a few more/5. Wagner's Ring cycle - The Ring of the Niebelung - has been described as one of the most enduring of operatic spectacles. This collection has brought together writings on the Ring and includes articles by George Bernard Shaw, Georg Solti and Andrew Porter, excerpts from Wagner's own letters and works and discourses by over 30 other writers.
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Wagner's Ring cycle--"The Ring of Nibelung"--has proven to be one of the most enduring of operatic spectacles, and the best writing on the subject has here been brought together in a collection that includes article by George Bernard Shaw, Georg Solti, and Andrew Porter; excerpts from Wagner's own letter's and works and discourses by over thirty other writers. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint. Originally published: Rutherford, N.J.: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, © Penetrating Wagner's Ring was, I had presumed, such a book. I was sweating with anticipation when I ripped open the Amazon packaging, eager for my fill of Jack's memoires. I was slightly moist at the thought of tales from the set of Melrose Place and maybe even the bonus of a diversion into his all-too-brief singing career/5. quality program year-round while also offering Wagner performances with a special touch – inviting Valery Gergiev and his Mariinsky Ensemble, for example, for a Russian Ring des Nibelungen (the first ever!). Another milestone – though just one of many – was Parsifal under the baton of Kent Nagano.