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The July 2015 issue (vol.9, no.2), now available, contains the following feature articles:

'Gender, Sexuality and Love in Wagner: An Electronic Roundtable' featuring Barry Emslie, Sanna Pederson and Eva Rieger

• 'Rienzi in Swedish (1865): The Case of the Stockholm Score' by Owe Ander

• 'Nazi Cinema and Wagner', by Hans Rudolf Vaget

'Broomhilda Unchained: Tarantino's Wagner' by Adrian Daub and Elisabeth Bronfen

 

plus reviews of:

The Mastersingers at ENO

Parsifal in Berlin

CD recordings of Der fliegende Holländer conducted by Andris Nelsons, Llyr Williams's Wagner Without Words, Seattle Opera's Ring and the 1961 Solti Die Walküre starring Hans Hotter and Jon Vickers

Rounding Wagner's Mountain: Richard Strauss and Modern German Opera by Bryan Gilliam and early studies of Wagner by Ferdinand Praeger, Francis Hueffer, William James Henderson and Ernest Newman, reprinted in the Cambridge Library Collection

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Andrew Shore as Beckmesser in the ENO production of The Mastersingers

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The knights of the grail as Russian-style Old Believers in Dmitri Tcherniakov's production of Parsifal for Staatsoper Berlin

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Alwyn Mellor as a playful Brünnhilde, with Greer Grimsley as Wotan, in the Seattle Opera production of Die Walküre, now available on CD

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Candyland explodes in an orgy
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