Richard Wagners „Der Ring des Nibelungen“. Europäische Traditionen und Paradigmen

International Wagner-researchers trace European interpretations of mythological, archetypical and political aspects in Wagner’s Musikdrama. Numerous case studies form Eastern Europe, the Baltic states, Scandinavia, Southern Europe, France, England and Italy depict the Ring’s positioning in European culture. Discussed are the complex and extensive correlations between staging, aesthetical and social discourses and the drama’s transfer into certain socio-historical settings. Does the interpretation of the Ring des Nibelungen reflect society’s self-perception? And which Weltanschauungen can be discovered within it’s present reception? View the Table of Contents for more information. 


Udo Bermbach, Daniel Brandenburg, John Deathridge, Sieghart Döhring, Adrian Eröd, Sven Friedrich, Hermann Grampp, Joachim Herz, Kasper Bech Holten, Tomasz Konieczny, Krzysztof Kozlowski, Konrad Paul Liessmann, Andreas Láng, Oliver Láng, Stephan Mösch, Vera Nemirova, Kristel Pappel, Alexej Parin, Gerd Rienäcker, Hannu Salmi, Isolde-Schmid-Reiter, Wilhelm Sinkovicz, Mathias Spohr, Tibor Tallián, Mário Vieira de Carvalho, Susanne Vill & Franz Welser-Möst 


Editor: Isolde Schmid-Reiter
Softcover, 256 pages
Publisher: Conbrio (Dezember 2010)
Language: German
ISBN: 978-3-940768-16-2
€ 24,70 (A) | € 24,00 (GER) 437 kBTable of Contents – Richard Wagners „Der Ring des Nibelungen“. Europäische Traditionen und Paradigmen110 kBReview in Literaturkritik

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