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The July edition of The Wagner Journal is now available
With the usual interesting mix of scholarly articles, reviews of productions, CDs and DVDs and books....
The Rhinegold glowing in the waters of the Rhine, suggestive of the meditating Buddha (Adelaide, 2004). Photo Michael Scott-Mitchell
Alwyn Mellor and Lee Bisset as Brünnhilde and Sieglinde in Edith Podesta's semi-staged Singapore premiere of Die Walküre. Photo Brandon Koh
Stuart Skelton and Emily Magee as Siegmund and Sieglinde in Keith Warner's ROH production. Photo Bill Cooper

The July 2020 issue (vol.14, no.2) has been published and contains the following feature articles: 

• ‘The Use of Eastern Concepts in Wagner’s Stage Works‘ by Peter Bassett

• ‘Wagner and the Ottomans‘ by Emre Araci

• ’Gender, Japan and the Takarazuka Revue‘s 1968 Tristan und Isolde’ by Brooke McCorkle Okazaki

Tristan und Isolde in Frankfurt, 
Die Meistersinger in Dresden, 
Parsifal in Strasbourg, 
Die Walküre in Singapore and 
Siegfried in London;

the ROH Walküre under Pappano on DVD;
Tristan with Stuart Skelton and Gun-Brit Barkmin, CD
Holländer with Franz Crass under Sawallisch (Bayreuth, 1960), CD
and a Walküre under Rattle, CD

Alexander Shapiro‘s The Consolations of History,
Diane V. Silverthorne‘s Music, Art and Performance from Liszt to Riot Grrrl 
and Markus Kiesel et al‘s Wandrer heißt mich die Welt: Auf Wagners Spuren durch Europa