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Exploring Tonal-Dramatic Relationships In Richard Wagner'S Ring Cycle

Frank Zalkow, Christof Weiß, Meinard Müller
2017 Zenodo  
Acknowledgments: We thank Julia Zalkow, Vlora Arifi-Müller, and all students for their assistance in generating the annotations and preparing the data.  ...  "Exploring Tonal-Dramatic Relationships in Richard Wagner's Ring Cycle", 18th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, Suzhou, China, 2017.  ...  For exploring relationships between dramatic aspects and the tonal organization of Wagner's Ring cycle, we presented compact visualizations of tonal features based on global histograms with several selection  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1415759 fatcat:dyengq2oarcxlatdlkn6qt2vxi

ON WAGNER AND SUBSTITUTE REPRISES-HOMAGE TO VLADIMIR AXIONOV — A LECTURER OF THE HISTORY OF WESTERN MUSIC

BROVER-LUBOVSKY BELLA
2015 Studiul Artelor şi Culturologie: Istorie, Teorie, Practică  
Axionov's style of lecturing and his understanding of the discipline are exemplified by his rendition of Siegfried's Trauermarch from Richard Wagner's Der Götterdämmerung.  ...  It discusses Axionov's personal magnetism in combination with his robust knowledge, overwhelming erudition, eloquence and rhetorical talent.  ...  Tragic and heroic motives, identified with different protagonists and dramatic situations (Siegmund in the opening cycle -Siegfried the Hero-Redeemer -and Siegfried the Hunter in the proceeding cycles)  ... 
doaj:efa9fcfc37704faabc6b657910df31a1 fatcat:aakpqspernakho4doqyren4mue

Richter's Wagner: a new source for tempi in Das Rheingold

MICHAEL ALLIS
2008 Cambridge Opera Journal  
cycle in 1876.  ...  yet again Richter had not Cosima's subsequent decision to engage Richter as conductor in the 1896 Ring cycle (and the next six festivals) simply illustrates the complexity of their relationship. 30 However  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0954586709002444 fatcat:2bo6ifryefbwhixlxjqgvjh6ka

Brunnhilde's Lament: The Mourning Play of the Gods: Reading Wagner's Musical Dramas with Benjamin's Theory of Music

S. Weigel
2015 Opera Quarterly  
notes Sigrid Weigel is the director of the Zentrum für Literatur-und Kulturforschung (ZfL) in Berlin, an interdisciplinary centre for research in the European history of Culture and knowledge, and Professor  ...  of the directorial board of the Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut in Essen (1990-93).  ...  Wagner's Ring.  ... 
doi:10.1093/oq/kbu030 fatcat:xwexkr5lc5go5jfjfinvgwzbdi

Darwin and Wagner: Evolution and Aesthetic Appreciation

Østergaard
2011 The Journal of Aesthetic Education  
With special reference to the Der Ring des Nibelungen, Allen shows that evolutionary traits are found in Wagner's drama.  ...  In Origin Darwin does not deny the cycling character of development, but one cycle is not identical to the preceding and the following cycles.  ... 
doi:10.5406/jaesteduc.45.2.0083 fatcat:jc5qmfs7knhr3cjfo2dwkvbswq

Return to the Originals - Wagner, Jung, and Symbolic Forms

Asja Nina Kovačev
2009 Muzikološki Zbornik  
Other symbols in the Ring Beside the ring, there appear many other important symbols in this cycle.  ...  Siegfried) in Wagner's Ring.  ...  arhetipi in ki jih je najti v kolektivni podzavesti.  ... 
doi:10.4312/mz.45.1.89-115 fatcat:5jipbn5zfrgj3hng26xg7d7hqu

Chapter 4. Have English translations of Wagner's Ring of the Nibelung, an icon of German culture, been affected by the changing relationship between Germany and Britain in the twentieth century? [chapter]

Karen Wilson-de Roze
2018 Benjamins Translation Library  
A supplementary joy was to discover a variety of topics that seized Wagner's imagination as possible nuclei for exploration musically and dramatically such as Die Sarazenin.  ...  Siegfried's ring appeared dramatically held high in her hand: "Verfluchter Reif".  ...  Siegfried study days with David Stannard Charles Ellis The Ring presents a vast range of perspectives: dramatic, philosophical, sociological, political, mythic and familial.  ... 
doi:10.1075/btl.140.04wil fatcat:lsgfeh6h6nb77i3zoo2iruzwky

Melancholia as Destinerrance. On Resolution in Discontinuity and an Art That Could Come After Evil

Aura Poenar, Babeș-Bolyai University, aurapoe@gmail.com
2019 Ekphrasis: Images, Cinema, Theory, Media  
How does the end of Wagner's Ring cycle announce and contain the end of the world in Lars von Trier's Melancholia? Does The Turin Horse end the world in a melancholia of waiting in vain?  ...  This article is concerned with art's exploration through melancholia of a world in disaster.  ...  Wagner's place in the question of explorations and interrogations necessary to art is essential as, according to Badiou (2010, 56) , "Wagner created a new situation with respect to the relationship between  ... 
doi:10.24193/ekphrasis.21.4 fatcat:r4yuyfmaivfjjcmyyzbhxncyxe

Young Nietzsche and the Wagnerian Experience

Robert A. Hall, Frederick R. Love
1964 The German quarterly  
of Wagner's music-dramatic theory as early as 1861.  ...  entering in succession, but the usual cycle of keys is rarely followed, 13 and his pieces are quite likely to end in an unexpected and unexplainable tonality.  ...  RUPTURE No particular effort of the intuitive imagination is required to see that the musical characteristics of the "Hymnus auf die Freundschaft" stand in a relationship to other aspects of Nietzsche's  ... 
doi:10.2307/402439 fatcat:jzonfyj3mbbm5fv3qf7hbne5ju

'An Ireland Built Anew': Bax's 'Tintagel' and the Easter Rising

Peter Atkinson
2016 Music & Letters  
Shaw famously interpreted Wagner's Ring cycle as a socialist allegory in his book The Perfect Wagnerite (1898).  ...  interpretation of Wagner's Ring).  ... 
doi:10.1093/ml/gcw013 fatcat:znevjwm2qnbc7bvyujaedtfcdq

PL Voice Leading and the Uncanny in Pop Music

David L. Forrest
2017 Music Theory Online  
This article explores the same association in contemporary pop music.  ...  Surveying a wide variety of songs from 1956–2016, I examine different tonal and formal contexts in which this phenomenon occurs and provide hermeneutic readings where the association between lyrics and  ...  to signify the magic ring in his Ring Cycle. (7) (For comparison, Wagner's Tarnhelm theme is shown in reduction in Example 5  ... 
doi:10.30535/mto.23.4.6 fatcat:exd7pm7opjgy3l2ajyaffqrrd4

The Passion of the Passacaille: Ravel, Wagner, Parsifal

MICHAEL J. PURI
2013 Cambridge Opera Journal  
Several appear in the comments Ravel made about the German composer in his articles, interviews and correspondence.  ...  Another is a previously unrecognised allusion to Parsifal in the Passacaille of Ravel's Trio (1914), which he composed shortly after writing a review of the opera's premiere in Paris.  ...  Although it postdates the composition of Daphnis, his review of the 19 May 1911 premiere of L'Heure espagnole is highly apropos here; in it he describes the opera as the Ring cycle 'viewed through a microscope  ... 
doi:10.1017/s095458671300013x fatcat:aut7koua4zhalmxtloohzu5cfm

"My Dear Herzerl": Self-Representation in Schoenberg's String Quartet No. 2

Bryan R. Simms
2003 19th Century Music  
JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content in a trusted digital archive.  ...  See Richard Wagner, "On Franz Liszt's Symphonic Poems" (1857), in Richard Wagner's Prose Works, trans.  ...  In this article I shall explore the process by which the composer created just such a work of selfrepresentation in his String Quartet No. 2.  ... 
doi:10.1525/ncm.2003.26.3.258 fatcat:7wgtggak7rhbvc7mmlqvbicltm

Normalizing the Abnormal: Disability in Music and Music Theory

JOSEPH N. STRAUS
2006 Journal of the American Musicological Society  
D isability is a pervasive and permanent aspect of the human condition. 1 Like people in all times and places, most of us have been, are now, or (as we age) will be people with disabilities.  ...  The history of disability as a cultural practice is intertwined with the history of the arts, including music, which both reflect and shape the meaning and reality of disability in particular times and  ...  exploring power itself.  ... 
doi:10.1525/jams.2006.59.1.113 fatcat:u7optjuahfgtfcgj4zly2lewlu

The Nordic Ingredient: European Nationalisms and Norwegian Music since 1905

Hanna Enefalk
2019 Scandinavian Journal of History  
Tolkien's Lord of the Rings cycle. In spite of the diff erent outlines in plot -"Nordisk" -"Aryan" -"Identitär".  ...  One can rediscover versions of Richard Wagner's Ring des Nibelungen, in a movie version of Die Walküre by Paramount Pictures in 1938, featuring Kirsten Flagstad wearing historical costumes that nowadays  ...  In brief, the symphonic form culminating in Wagner's Gesamtkunstwerk language and in national self-description does not give us resistance to 16 Totalitarianism.  ... 
doi:10.1080/03468755.2019.1642558 fatcat:fi2zsv65z5gdhb2wfifsgyg7ga
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