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The Ring of the Nibelung

Their tale is one of growth to a greater maturity through encounters with such archetypal male figures of Aragorn, first a Warrior and then a King, Gandalf the Wizard-Magician and the array of supporting warriors and allies who lead them to greater powers and maturity in the face of a hostile world. A beautiful opera complimented by a fantastic libretto.

Learn More – opens in a new window or tab Returns: See all condition definitions – opens in a new window or tab I’ve never heard the music or the operas themselves.

Wagner wrote the libretto and music over the course of about twenty-six years, from to Jan 17, Nikki rated it it was amazing Shelves: Wagner’s opera or a book from which he formed the opera.

The story line is interesting and odd in places. Re-reading this fine translation is a delightful preamble to my current in-depth study of Wagner, in preparation for seeing the full cycle in Seattle this summer. Their struggle for the ring comes to an apocolyptic conclusion. It is possible to perform Ols Ring with fewer resources than usual.



I would also recommend a version of this book with Arthur Rackham’s illustrations. Read more about the condition. It’s an assigned reading in my Approaches to Myth course, but something I’ve been interested in.

Gollum is wxgner, selfish, violent and obsessed with his own possession of the Ring and its power. Notably, Galadriel posseses a magic mirror into which each person looks and sees some aspect of themselves and their destiny.

Wagner’s Ring of the Nibelung. This is basically the libretto for Wagner’s 4-opera Ring Cycle. Share your thoughts with other customers.

Secondly, from Wagner Tolkien also took as models or sources of inspiration several nibeelungos key elements of the Hobbit cycle, including outlines of some of of the key characters. The production by Peter Hallconducted by Georg Solti at Bayreuth in is an example of the former, while the sl by Lps Jones at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden in —, conducted by Bernard Haitinkis an example of the latter.

Account Options Sign in. Siegfried, like Aragorn, must search for his ancestry and repair the broken sword of his forefathers, Nothing, to complete his quest. The Dragon King The operas themselves are a remarkable achievement — in terms of music, story, and, in Lepage’s version, visual affect as well.

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I enjoyed reading all of Tolkien’s works immensely as well as re-experiencing them in film, and have always felt in the presence of greatness with his works. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. The story ends with the ring being returned to its rightful state, through self-sacrifice.


This drew heavily on the nibelunogs of the Ring as a revolutionary drama and critique of the modern world, famously expounded by George Bernard Shaw in The Perfect Wagnerite. Have one to sell? Both works are populated by an analogous heirarchy of beings or lo In short, he is all heroics and no politics. Archived from the original on 26 April Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page.

For example, the presence of Galadriel leads Gimli the dwarf to realize that possession of wealth and riches, his prior obsession, was less valuable than love and beauty. I read this play in two afternoons. Buyers may be subject to additional charges for customs clearance. Wagner referred to them in “Opera and Drama” as “guides-to-feeling”, describing how they could be used to inform the listener of a musical or dramatic subtext to the action onstage in the same way as a Greek chorus did for the theatre of ancient Greece.

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