Richard Wagner

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German composer of operas and inventor of the musical drama in which drama and spectacle and music are fused (1813-1883)

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It is very rarely performed because of the vast forces it requires, but anyone who enjoys the music of Wagner, Richard Strauss, Mahler or even Elgar is likely to feel perfectly at home with it.
Wagner's revolutionary music was inspired by his love for the orient, which he saw as the new world," Katharina Wagner, Richard Wagner's great-granddaughter and co-director of the Orchestra said at a preshow.
WILSON: In post-Versailles Germany, Adolf Hitler and Winifred Wagner, Richard Wagner's Welsh-born daughter-in-law, engage in an extraordinary relationship.
Hailey gives an excellent picture of Schreker's music in relation to that of the French impressionists, Wagner, Richard Strauss, and others.
30pm ACTION adventure starring Robert Mitchum, Robert Wagner, Richard Egan, May Britt and Lee Philips.