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WagnerismThe Queer Encyclopedia of Music, Dance and Musical Theater (2005)
Wagnerism essentially has to do with the music, theoretical writings, political ideas, and aesthetics of the German composer-conductor and essayist Richard Wagner (1813–1883). One of the most influential cultural figures of the nineteenth century, Wagner has had both swooning admirers and rabid detractors.
Citation InformationRobin L. Imhof. "Wagnerism" San Francisco, CAThe Queer Encyclopedia of Music, Dance and Musical Theater (2005)
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