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Wagner and cinema
Wagner and cinema.

Wagner and cinema


  • ISBN: 978-0-253-22163-6
  • Editorial: Indiana University Press
  • Colección: Music, Film & Media
  • Encuadernación: Rústica
  • Formato: 15x23
  • Páginas: 408
  • Idiomas: Inglés
  • Tipo: LIBRO

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The work of Richard Wagner is a continuing source of artistic inspiration and ideological controversy in literature, philosophy, and music, as well as cinema. In Wagner and Cinema, a diverse group of established and emerging scholars examines Wagner's influence on cinema from the silent era to the present. The essays in this collection engage in a critical dialogue with existing studies—extending and renovating current theories related to the topic—and propose unexplored topics and new methodological perspectives. The contributors discuss films ranging from the 1913 biopic of Wagner to Ridley Scott’s Gladiator, with essays on silent cinema, film scoring, Wagner in Hollywood, German cinema, and Wagner beyond the soundtrack.


Foreword / Nike WagnerIntroduction: Why Wagner and Cinema?: Tolkien was Wrong / Jeongwon JoePart

I: Wagner and the Silent Film
1. Wagnerian Motives: Narrative Integration and the Development of Silent Film Accompaniment, 1908-1913 / James Buhler
2. Underscoring Drama, Picturing Music / Peter Franklin
3. The Life and Works of Richard Wagner (1913): Becce, Froelich, and Messter / Paul Fryer
4. Listening for Wagner in Fritz Lang’s Die Niebelungen / Adeline Mueller

Part II: Wagnerian Resonance in Film Scoring
5. The Resonances of Wagnerian Opera and Nineteenth-Century Melodrama in the Film Scores of Max Steiner / David Neumeyer
6. Wagner’s Influence on Gender Roles in Early Hollywood Film / Eva Rieger
7. The Penumbra of Wagner’s Ombra in Two Science Fiction Films from 1951: The Thing from Another World and The Day the Earth Stood Still / William H. Rosar

Part III: Wagner in Hollywood
8. “Soll ich lauschen?”: Love-Death in Humoresque / Marcia J. Citron
9. Hollywood's German Fantasy: Ridley Scott's Gladiator / Marc A. Weiner
10. Reading Wagner in Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips (1944) / Neil Lerner
11. Piercing Wagner: The Ring in Golden Earrings / Scott D. Paulin

Part IV: Wagner in German Cinema
12. Wagner as Leitmotif: The New German Cinema and Beyond / Roger Hillman
13. The Power of Emotion: Wagner and Film / Jeremy Tambling
14. Wagner in East Germany: Joachim Herz's Der Fliegende Holländer (1964) / Joy Haslam Calico

Part V: Wagner beyond the Soundtrack
15. Nocturnal Wagner: The Cultural Survival of Tristan and Isolde in Hollywood / Elisabeth Bronfen
16. Ludwig’s Wagner and Visconti’s Ludwig / Giorgio Biancoroso
17. The Tristan Project: Time in Wagner and Viola / Jeongwon Joe
18. “The Threshold of the Visible World”: Wagner, Bill Viola, and Tristan / Lawrence KramerPostlude: Looking for Richard: An Archival Search for Wagner / Warren M. Sherk
Epilogue: Some Thoughts about Wagner and Cinema; Opera and Politics
Style and Reception / Sander L. GilmanAppendix: Interview with Bill Viola / Jeongwon Joe
Filmography: Jeongwon Joe, Warren M. Sherk, and Scott D. Paulin with a postscript by Paulin

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