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Richard Wagner

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Joy is not in things; it is in us

— Richard Wagner


One might say that where Religion becomes artificial, it is reserved for Art to save the spirit of religion.

— Richard Wagner


Alles ist nach seiner Art: an ihr wirst du nichts ändern

— Richard Wagner


Never look at the trombones, it only encourages them.

— Richard Wagner

#look #never #only #them

I have long been convinced that my artistic ideal stands or falls with Germany. Only the Germany that we love and desire can help us achieve that ideal.

— Richard Wagner

#artistic #been #convinced #desire #falls

Imagination creates reality.

— Richard Wagner

#imagination #reality

Even if I know I shall never change the masses, never transform anything permanent, all I ask is that the good things also have their place, their refuge.

— Richard Wagner

#anything #ask #change #even #good

I am convinced that there are universal currents of Divine Thought vibrating the ether everywhere and that any who can feel these vibrations is inspired.

— Richard Wagner

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Joy is not in things; it is in us.

— Richard Wagner

#things #us

I write music with an exclamation point!

— Richard Wagner

#i #i write #music #point #write

About Richard Wagner

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Partly in an attempt to explain his change of views Wagner publiRichard Wagnerd in 1851 the autobiographical "A Communication to My Friends". After a funerary gondola bore Wagner's remains over the Grand Canal his body was taken to Germany where it was buried in the garden of the Villa Wahnfried in Bayreuth. Until he was fourteen Wagner was known as Wilhelm Richard Geyer.

Initially establishing his reputation as a composer of works in the romantic vein of Weber and Meyerbeer Wagner transformed operatic thought through his concept of the Gesamtkunstwerk ("total work of art") by which he sought to synthesise the poetic visual musical and dramatic arts with music subsidiary to drama and which was announced in a series of essays between 1849 and 1852. Wilhelm Richard Wagner (pron.

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