Finding a `real self': American women and the Wagner cult of the late nineteenth century

Horowitz, Joseph
June 1994
Musical Quarterly;Summer94, Vol. 78 Issue 2, p189
Academic Journal
Focuses on Wagnerism in the United States. Wagner's domination of America's musical high culture; Significance of Anton Seidl in relation to Wagner's music; Absorption of Wagnerism by American culture.


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