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Tristan's Shadow : Sexuality and the Total Work of Art after Wagner.

Author: Adrian Daub
Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2013.
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Das Rheingold , Die Walküre , and Siegfried . Parsifal . Tristan und Isolde . Both revered and reviled, Richard Wagner conceived some of the nineteenth century's most influential operas-and created some of the most indelible characters ever to grace the stage. But over the course of his polarizing career, Wagner also composed volumes of essays and pamphlets, some on topics seemingly quite distant from the opera  Read more...
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Daub, Adrian.
Tristan's Shadow : Sexuality and the Total Work of Art after Wagner.
Chicago : University of Chicago Press, ©2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Adrian Daub
ISBN: 9780226082271 022608227X
OCLC Number: 1058501273
Description: 1 online resource (237 pages)
Contents: Acknowledgments; Introduction. Tristan's Shadow: The Fate of Sexual Differencein Opera; Chapter 1. Mother Mime: Wagner and the Metaphysics of Sexual Difference; Chapter 2. Mime's Revenge: The Total Work of Art and the Ugly Detail; Chapter 3. Taceat Mulier in Theatro: Richard Strauss's Guntram, Arthur Schopenhauer, and the Exorcism of the Voice; Chapter 4. Erotic Acoustics: The Natural History of the Theater and Der ferne Klang; Chapter 5. Congenital Blindness: Visions of Marriage in the Operas of Eugen d'Albert. Chapter 6. Occult Legacies: Eroticism and the Dynasty in Siegfried Wagner's OperasChapter 7. The Power of the "Verfluchte Lohe": (Post- ) Wagnerian Redheads in Das Rheingold, Fredegundis, and Irrelohe; Coda. "I'm a Stranger Here Myself"; Notes; Index.

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Das Rheingold , Die Walküre , and Siegfried . Parsifal . Tristan und Isolde . Both revered and reviled, Richard Wagner conceived some of the nineteenth century's most influential operas-and created some of the most indelible characters ever to grace the stage. But over the course of his polarizing career, Wagner also composed volumes of essays and pamphlets, some on topics seemingly quite distant from the opera house. His influential concept of Gesamtkunstwerk -the "total work of art"--Famously and controversially offered a way to unify the different me.

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