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Richard Wagner
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"Music does not express the passions, love or longings of this or that individual in this or that situation; it IS passion, love and longing."

Great Conductors of the Third Reich: Art in the Service of Evil
(Format : VHS)
This is a sobering, thought-provoking investigation into the various degrees of compromise or collaboration between some of the century's greatest musical interpreters and the malevolent forces of Hitler's Germany. The various stories here embody some of the ultimate paradoxes of our century.

Richard Wagner Poster
27.5"X18.75"

The Richard Wagner Archive
(Hannu Salmi)
The Richard Wagner Archive is distinct from most musical sites in that the emphasis is upon written content. Even more distinctive is the quality of the writing. The underlying aim is to locate Wagner within a cultural and historical context. In other words, Wagner is given the kind of serious consideration that the great man himself demanded and merited. Thankfully, the Archive is not as overwhelming as a Wagnerian opera or as daunting as the approach might imply. The depth of the site is mitigated by ease of navigation and management. The writing is as intelligible as it is informative. Various pictures and links to sound files complement the written content. You'll emerge from the Archive with a greater understanding and appreciation--both of the man and the music.

Wagner: The Complete Epic
(Format : VHS)
A film biography of one of the greatest composers in the world. The complete, unedited, nine hour version. This was Richard Burton's last and greatest role.

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'I write music with an exclamation point!' - Wagner

'I write music with an exclamation point!' - Wagner
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