Richard Wagner and Festival Theatre

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1. Richard Wagner during the Paris years21
2. Closing scene of act 4 of Rienzi, Dresden, 20 October 184233
3. Minna Wagner during the Dresden years35
4. Mathilde Wesendonk, from a bust by Keiser79
5. King Ludwig II of Bavaria, 186592
6. Closing scene of act 1 of Tristan and Isolde, Munich, 186596
7. Richard and Cosima Wagner, Vienna, 1872108
8. Bayreuth Festival Theatre, exterior, 1873118
9. Bayreuth Festival Theatre, interior, 1882120
10. The first night of The Rhinegold, Bayreuth, August 1876126
11. The awakening of Brünnhilde, act 3 of Siegfried129
12. The Wagner family at Wahnfried, 1882138
13. Act 3 of Parsifal, directed and designed by Wieland Wagner, Bayreuth, 1951155
14. Scene 1 of The Rhinegold, directed by Patrice Chéreau, Bayreuth, 1976158

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