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The New Grove Wagner by John Deathridge
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The New Grove Wagner (1984)

by John Deathridge, Carl Dahlhaus

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The New Grove Wagner was added to the Composer Biography Series to mark the centenary of Wagner's death. The biographical chapters of the book are written by John Deathridge, a scholar who has worked on the new Wagner edition and catalogue and whose recent research has met with enthusiastic praise. Dr. Deathridge has revised the work-list and bibliography in light of recent findings. For his discussion of Wagner's music and aesthetics—much admired when published in The New Grove—the renowned scholar Carl Dahlhaus has added a further chapter offering invaluable insights into Wagnerian theories of music and drama.… (more)

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  skyels | Oct 9, 2017 |
This is essentially the entry on Wagner from The New Grove, expanded with additional biographical material by John Deathridge and issued as a very handy little stand-alone reference book for those of us who can't quite justify shelf space for a full set of the parent encyclopaedia. Everything you really need to know about Wagner condensed into 226 pages, including a short biography, a critical appreciation of his prose writings and his major musical works, and extensive tables of works and publications. The bibliography of secondary sources probably wouldn't be much use for a serious student, as it's almost thirty years since it was compiled, but there's plenty there to get a non-specialist started. ( )
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