Wagner on ConductingRichard Wagner Book Item: 06-259323
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Widely regarded as the most significant conductor of the 19th century, Wagner was probably most responsible for launching the cult of the conductor as an omnipotent, omniscient, near-divine leader of musicians. His performances on the podium and his writings on conducting helped shape a generation of conductors, just as his music shaped a generation of composers. This volume contains his most important essay on conducting.
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