Wagner and Wagnerism in nineteenth-century Sweden, Finland, and the Baltic provinces : reception, enthusiasm, cult / Hannu Salmi

Av: Salmi, Hannu, 1961-Series: Eastman studies in musicUtgivare: Rochester, N.Y. : University of Rochester Press, 2005Beskrivning: x, 310 s. : illISBN: 1-58046-207-3Ämne(n): Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883 | Scenframträdanden | Arlberg, Fritz | Bauck, Carl Wilhelm | Hallén, Andreas | Josephson, Jacob Axel | Söderman, August | Vult von Steijern, FredrikDDK-klassifikation: 782.1092 SAB-klssifikation: Ijz Wagner, Richard
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Richard Wagner, the wandering musician. Around the Baltic Sea ; "The Siberia of Prussia" ; The Riga years -- Wagner as an orchestral and drawing room composer. Musical networks ; Commodifying Wagner's innovations ; Entering the concert scene -- The first steps in the cultural struggle. Riga as a Wagner center ; Lohengrin in Livonia ; "Living in the past" : Estonian responses ; Alone in the temple of Thalia : Tannhäuser in Helsinki -- Ent'racte : Wagner's promotional tour in Russia (1863). Concerts and controls ; "Adieu, charmant pays!" -- Cries and whispers : early Swedish encounters with Wagner. "Oh! Wagner, Wagner! I must cry out!" ; Rienzi as Zukunftsmusik -- Institutionalizing a composer. "The emperor of new German music" ; The mastersingers of Riga ; "Shrieks and signals" ; History writing and legitimation -- Pilgrimage to Wagner. The founding of the Bayreuth Festival ; Tourists on the Green Hill ; The cultural and social boundaries of Wagnerism -- The campaigners for Bayreuth. Patrons, agents, societies ; Almost a relative : Fredrik Vult von Steijern ; The representatives of Finland : Richard Faltin and Martin Wegelius ; Carl Friedrich Glasenapp and the Riga Wagner Society -- Conclusion : the final chord.
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Richard Wagner, the wandering musician. Around the Baltic Sea ; "The Siberia of Prussia" ; The Riga years -- Wagner as an orchestral and drawing room composer. Musical networks ; Commodifying Wagner's innovations ; Entering the concert scene -- The first steps in the cultural struggle. Riga as a Wagner center ; Lohengrin in Livonia ; "Living in the past" : Estonian responses ; Alone in the temple of Thalia : Tannhäuser in Helsinki -- Ent'racte : Wagner's promotional tour in Russia (1863). Concerts and controls ; "Adieu, charmant pays!" -- Cries and whispers : early Swedish encounters with Wagner. "Oh! Wagner, Wagner! I must cry out!" ; Rienzi as Zukunftsmusik -- Institutionalizing a composer. "The emperor of new German music" ; The mastersingers of Riga ; "Shrieks and signals" ; History writing and legitimation -- Pilgrimage to Wagner. The founding of the Bayreuth Festival ; Tourists on the Green Hill ; The cultural and social boundaries of Wagnerism -- The campaigners for Bayreuth. Patrons, agents, societies ; Almost a relative : Fredrik Vult von Steijern ; The representatives of Finland : Richard Faltin and Martin Wegelius ; Carl Friedrich Glasenapp and the Riga Wagner Society -- Conclusion : the final chord.

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