Wagner As I Knew Him

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The Minerva Group, Inc., Aug 1, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 360 pages
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"If an intimacy, an uninterrupted friendship, of close upon half a century during which early associations, ambitions, failures, successes, and their results were frankly discussed, entitles one to speak with authority on Richard Wagner, the man, the artist, his mental workings, and the doctrine he strove to preach, then am I fully entitled so to speak of my late friend." Ferdinand PraegerLondon, 15th June 1885
 

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Contents

CHAPTER I
1
CHAPTER II
10
many at eleven years of age Theodore Korner pupil of
20
CHAPTER IV
26
CHAPTER V
44
CHAPTER III
69
BOULOGNE 1839
78
CHAPTER X
99
Wagner defends it in paper
151
CHAPTER XV
170
CHAPTER XVI
194
CHAPTER XVII
205
rather than conduct Kapellmeister music Wagners objection
218
contemporary press
241
CHAPTER XX
268
CHAPTER XIX
300

CHAPTER XI
114
18431844
124
LETTERS FROM 18611S65
309
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