The March 2020 issue (vol.14, no.1) has been published and contains the following feature articles:
• ‘Redemption in Wagner: the Case of Senta‘ by Michael Fuller
• ‘Wagner, Artaud and Brecht: the Shaping of Modern Art‘ by Richard Mecarsel
• ’ “All is Clear to me Now“: Brünnhilde as World Historical Hero‘ by Alexander Shapiro and Barry Emslie
• ‘Darkening the Auditorium at Bayreuth in 1876’ by Russell Burdekin
plus reviews of: Tristan und Isolde in Leipzig and Lohengrin in Munich; the Olivier Py Holländer on DVD; a CD of Siegfried Act III (abridged) with Stefan Vinke and Lise Lindstrom; Gundula Kreuzer‘s Curtain, Gong, Steam: Wagnerian Technologies of Nineteenth-Century Opera, Jeremy Coleman‘s Richard Wagner in Paris and books on Furtwängler and Mengelberg.
with all good wishes
The Wagner Journal