A Political Barometer of Twentieth-Century France: Wagner as Jew or Anti-Semite

Fulcher, Jane F.
March 2000
Musical Quarterly;Spring2000, Vol. 84 Issue 1, p41
Academic Journal
Focuses on the nationalistic nature of the musical compositions of Richard Wagner in France. Use of music as a political barometer; Debate over the influence of Wagner on French art; Reputation of Wagner as a revolutionary.


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