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Deryck Cooke Composer

An Introduction to Wagner's "Der Ring des Nibelungen"

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  • An Introduction to Wagner's "Der Ring des Nibelungen"
    Year: 195?
    • Of all great musical compositions... [Examples 1-4]
    • The fundamental symbol... [Examples 5-11]
    • Returning now to the Nature Motive... [Examples 6, 12-16]
    • A number of further motives... [Examples 5, 17-21]
    • A second, much smaller family... [Examples 22-25]
    • So much for nature. [Examples 26-38]
    • The cause of the deterioration... [Examples 39-44]
    • The other transformation... [Examples 45-48]
    • Several other motives... [Examples 49-52]
    • Two further motives... [Examples 41, 53-61]
    • The basic motive associated with the spear... [Examples 62-68]
    • Along another, more complex line... [Examples 69-72]
    • In Act Two of "Walküre"... [Examples 69, 73-75]
    • Returning now to Act Two of "Walküre"... [Examples 76-79]
    • Love is another of the central symbols... [Examples 80-83]
    • Later in the same scene... [Examples 84-87]
    • Freia's Motive has two independent segments... [Examples 88-91]
    • The label 'Flight'... [Example 92]
    • When Fasolt, in Scene Two of "Rhinegold"... [Examples 93-98]
    • A little later in this interlude... [Examples 99-103]
    • The other new motive... [Examples 104-109]
    • There are several independent love-themes... [Examples 110-114]
    • The characters in whose lives... [Examples 115-120]
    • One further motive belongs... [Example 121]
    • The Sword Motive occurs... [Examples 122-130]
    • Ironically, this phrase... [Examples 131-135]
    • Closely associated with Gutrune's Motive... [Examples 136-140]
    • Here we come to the end... [Examples 141-146]
    • Complementary to this symbol... [Examples 147-149]
    • One last central symbol... [Examples 150-157]
    • One further motive connected... [Examples 158-161]
    • There are one or two motives... [Examples 162-168]
    • These motives of Alberich and Mime... [Examples 169-171]
    • Quite a number of the subsidiary motives... [Examples 172-176]
    • Besides this family of motives... [Examples 177-180]
    • Our final example... [Examples 10, 181, 182]
    • In the final scene of "Götterdämmerung"... [Examples 181-183]
    • Even more masterly... [Examples 184-188]
    • Now if we return... [Examples 189-191]
    • This masterly way... [Examples 192, 193]

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