Símbolo y forma: los hermanos Grimm en Richard Wagner

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Salmerón Infante, Miguel;
(2015)
  • Publisher: Universidad de Valladolid
  • Journal: Castilla: Estudios de Literatura (issn: 1989-7383)
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  • Subject: símbolo | French literature - Italian literature - Spanish literature - Portuguese literature | cuento | recurrencia del cuento | identidad | Filosofía | forma | Literatura | Recurrencia de la música | P | PQ1-3999 | drama | Leitmotiv | Language and Literature

This paper examines how and why Grimm´s Tales are present in Richard Wagner´s works. Providing with a more specific approach to this reflection, this analysis focusses on Siegfried, the densest Wagner´s Musical drama according fairy tales atmosphere in his opera omnia, ... View more
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