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Richard Wagner Ebook Richard Wagner Derek Watson Sprinterenvy.com Presents An In Depth Profile Of The Controversial German Composer Richard Wagner, With A Particular Focus On His Personal Life, Based On Intensive Research Into The Private Papers Of The Wagner Family Archives His Life Fascinates And Obsesses People Than That Of Any Other Composer In History Adolf Hitler Idolized Him Friedrich Nietzsche Grew To Loathe Him Thousands Of Articles And Books Try To Explain The Complex, Charismatic Genius Who Changed The Face Of Music Forever But Who Was Richard Wagner In This Superb New Biography, Derek Watson Strips Away The Clouds Of Confusion And Myth, The Adoration And The Hatred, That Surround This Remarkable Life The Most Authoritative Biography To Date The Most Complete Data, Based On The Largest Number Of Primary Sources Lively, Interesting Reading Indispensable Choice A Sympathetic, But Coolheaded And Thoroughly Realistic Appraisal Of The Monstrous Genius, His Times, His Friends, His Passions And His Phobias Classical Music

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10 thoughts on “Richard Wagner

  1. says:

    Derek Watson s biography of Wagner is concise while providing cultural context for this amazing musical genius s life Wagner did not lead the life of a closeted composer Rather he led a protean existence that saw him on the battlements in 1848 traveling throughout Europe, in Paris and elsewhere promoting

  2. says:

    One of the best things that Wagner ever did was to die He was a bastard, even when he was younger and when he got worse, he was a manipulative, bossy, whiny, arrogant bastard He s been dead for 100 odd years and some of the things he did still makes me want to create a time travelling machine and go back to punch

  3. says:

    This biography gets lost in detail, and until the very end seems to lose the forest for the trees Names, names, names, are recounted and repetitive circumstances are drawn out in agonizing detail Part of my difficulty with the text is that I have never actually watched a Wagner opera The author seems to presume that the

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