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The latest edition of The Wagner Journal is now available
The latest edition of this prestigious English-language journal is now available
Loge tells of his global search for what men would prize above ‘woman’s delights and worth’ in the Karlsruhe Rheingold
Stuart Skelton and Nina Stemme as Tristan and Isolde in Act I of Mariusz Treli?ski’s production for the Metropolitan, New York 
The Annunciation of Death Scene in the Karlsruhe Walküre
The swan as Lohengrin’s blinded alter ego in the bedchamber scene of the Essen Lohengrin

As The Wagner Journal enters its second decade, we are pleased to announce the March 2017 issue (vol.11, no.1), which contains the following articles:

• 'Wagner: Race, Nationalism and Other Distractions' by Derek Hughes
• 'Teleology, Providence and the ‘Death of God’:  a New Perspective on the Ring Cycle’s Debt to G.W.F. Hegel' by Richard H. Bell
• 'All in it Together: the Gesamtkunstwerk Revisited' by Barry Millington
• 'David Breckbill 1957–2016' by Barry Millington

plus reviews of:

Mariusz Treli?ski's Tristan und Isolde at the Met
Das Rheingold and Die Walküre in a multi-director Ring in Karlsruhe
Tatjana Gürbaca's Der fliegende Holländer and Lohengrin in Essen
Pierre Audi's Parsifal in Amsterdam and
Neil Armfield's Ring in Melbourne

DVD of Dimitri Tcherniakov's Parsifal from Berlin
CDs of Die Walküre over a span of 80 years

Eva Rieger's Frida Leider: Sängerin im Zwiespalt ihrer Zeit and Ulrich Drüner's Richard Wagner: Die Inszenierung eines Lebens