A Descriptive Study of the Periodical Revue Wagnerienne Concerning Richard Wagner (Studies in the History & Interpretation of Music No 90)
By: Drewry Hampton Morris (author)Hardback
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"La Revue Wagnerienne", founded in 1885 by Edouard Dujardin, was a review devoted entirely to a single theme: the glorification of Richard Wagner. This study contains a complete description of the review, a recounting of its history and a discussion of its contributions. It contains various catalogues, lists and indexes designed to make "La Revue Wagnerienne" a more accessible text and facilitate the efforts of literary critics, musicologists, historians and others interested in investigating the development of Wagnerism in all of its manifestations.
PREFACE/ i INTRODUCTION/ 1 PART I CHAPTER ONE/ 7 CHAPTER TWO/ 15 CHAPTER THREE/ 63 PART II Patrons of the Revue Wagnerienne/ 89 Index of Issues/ 90 Index of Standard Features/ 94 Catalogue of Authors and Their Publications Appearing in the Revue Wagnerienne/ 96 Index of Persons Mentioned and/or Discussed in the Revue Wagnerienne/ 105 Index of Wagnerian Singers/ 186 Principal Works by or concerning Wagner Cited in the Features "Publications Nouvelles" and "Bibliographie"/ 210 Premiere Performances of Wagner's Works Reported in the Revue Wagnerienne/ 213 The "Petit-Bayreuth"/ 216 SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY/ 219
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