The July 2021 issue (vol.15, no.2) has been published and contains the following feature articles:
• ‘Reciprocal Redemption: Parsifal, Kundry and Shared Compassion as Wagner’s Allegorical Vision for Germany‘ by Vanessa K. Iacocca
• ‘ ‘‘A Mass can never interest, but only dumbfound us‘‘: Chorus and ‘‘Chorality‘‘ in Wagner’s Late Music Dramas‘ by John Pierce O’Reilly
• ’Observations on Today’s German Opera Scene’ by Richard Wagner, translated by Niall Hoskin
• ’How Tristan and Isolde Almost Went Down to Rio’ by Peter Bassett
• Table of Contents for The Wagner Journal, March 2007 to March 2021
plus reviews of: streamed performances of Tristan from Weinviertel, the Ring from Paris, Lohengrin from Berlin and the Wesendonck Lieder from Glasgow; a DVD of Lohengrin from Stuttgart; Nicholas Logie's Nine Articles on Conducting by Richard Wagner (trans. and commentary), Chris Walton's Richard Wagner's Essays on Conducting (trans. and commentary), Barry Emslie's Pathways to Redemption: the Life and Work of Richard Wagner and Benjamin Britten
Paul Joukowsky's 1882 drawing for the conclusion of Parsifal, suggesting the grail community as ’a kind of synthesised whole’.