The November 2014 issue (vol.8, no.3), now available, contains the following feature articles:
• 'Kundry’s Baptism, Kundry’s Death' by Christopher Wintle
• 'Timely Timelessness: Regietheater at Bayreuth in the 1970s' by Simon Williams
• 'Wagner Manuscripts at the British Library' by Nicolas Bell
plus reviews of:
the Hans Castorf Ring in Bayreuth
Der fliegende Holländer in Copenhagen
Tristan und Isolde in Lübeck and Florence
a concert performance of Götterdämmerung in Leeds
CDs of a solo disc by James Rutherford and of Wagner's edition of Gluck's Iphigenia in Aulis
Stefan Herheim's Die Meistersinger, Parsifal directed by Romeo Castellucci and Wolfgang Wagner on DVD, together with Joachim Herz's pioneering Der fliegende Holländer
new books on Wagner and Freud by Tom Artin, Wagner and Manet by Therese Dolan, Schultze und Müller's satirical take on the Ring and The Cambridge History of Music Performance, ed. Colin Lawson and Robin Stowell
Brünnhilde endeavours to keep Siegfried’s mind on the job. Catherine Foster and Lance Ryan in Act III of Siegfried.
Tristan (Jeffrey Dowd) weighs up the potion offered by Brangäne (Wioletta Hebrowska) for the wedding feast in Act I of the Lübeck Tristan.
Alwyn Mellor as Brünnhilde in Peter Mumford’s concert staging of Götterdämmerung for Opera North.