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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.

Parzival and Feirifiz fighting. IllustratedDom Pedro II of Brazil,
Leo Dixon (Tadzio) and Mark
The minimally staged Tristan und
Richard Wagner conducting in London
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