The Tristan Chord: Wagner and Philosophy

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At once a biography of the composer, an overview of his times, and an account of 19th-century opera, Magee's lucid study provides insight into the philosophical foundation of Richard Wagner's art. 8-page insert.

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Anne S

Feb 3, 2011

Love Wagner?

If you are a /Wagner fan or if you hate him, here is a look at his inner working via a study of his work. True the auther never met him, but he does an anylis of the man via the stories told about him, and the opreas he wrote.

Louise H. M

Sep 3, 2010

Philosophy and music synched

Without limiting or reducing either aspect, the author delves into Wagner's music and the philosophy that inspired and shaped it. It inspired me to a lot of further reading and rereading of Kant and Schopenhauer. A deeply intellectually stimulating book. Plus well and clearly written.

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