Works Cited

1. DOCUMENTARY SOURCES

Documents are cited by WWV catalogue numbers. Terminology follows that of WWV. Most manuscripts are housed in the Nationalarchiv der Richard-Wagner-Stiftung, Bayreuth (NA).


a. Das Rheingold:
WWV 86A Text IaNA (A II g 1). Prose sketch ( Prosaskizze).
WWV 86A Text IbNA (B II a 4). Supplementary prose sketches
( Prosaskizzen).
WWV 86A Text IINA (A II g 2). Prose draft ( Prosaentwurf).
WWV 86A Text IIINA (A II g 3). Verse draft ( Erstschrift des
Textbuches
).
WWV 86A Text IVNA (A II g 4). Fair copy of poem ( Reinschrift
des Textbuches
).
WWV 86A Text VaPp. 1-20: Musikverlag B. Schott Söhne,
Mainz. Pp. 21-28: NA (A II g 5). Pp.
29-34: lost. Wagner's personal copy of Text
VI ( Handexemplar für die Komposition).
WWV 86A Text Vb New York, Pierpont Morgan Library. Inter-
leaved copy of Text VI.
WWV 86A Text VcRichard-Wagner-Gedenkstätte der Stadt Bay-
reuth
. Copy of Text VI.
WWV 86A Text VIFirst (private) printing of Ring text ( 1853), pp.
1-34 ( Erstdruck des Textbuches).
WWV 86A Text VIIaFirst public printing of Ring text ( Leipzig,
1863), pp. 1-95.
WWV 86A Text VIIbFirst independent printing of Das Rheingold
text ( Mainz, 1869).
WWV 86A Text VIIf Gesammelte Schriften und Dichtungen, vol. v
( Leipzig, 1872), 257-352.
WWV 86A Musik IaNA. Single sketches ( Einzelskizzen) entered in
Text III and Text Va.
WWV 86A Musik IbNA (A II a 1). Single sketches ( Einzel-
skizzen
).
WWV 86A Musik IcNA (A II a 5 (Tristan sketches!)). Orchestral
sketch.
WWV 86A Musik IINA (A III a 1). Complete draft ( Gesamtent-
wurf
).

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Editor's Preface vii
  • Author's Preface ix
  • Contents xi
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • Structural Outline of Das Rheingold xiv
  • 1 - Preliminaries 1
  • 2 - The Documentary Sources 6
  • 3 - The Forging of the Text 25
  • 4 - Analytical Positions 45
  • 5 - The Opera as a Whole 59
  • 6 - Creatio Ex Nihilo: The Prelude 62
  • 7 - Scene One 87
  • 8 - First Transformation and Scene Two 127
  • 9 - Second Transformation and Scene Three 161
  • 10 - Third Transformation and Scene Four 181
  • II - Summary and Conclusion 215
  • Appendix Transcriptions from Wagner's Complete Draft 220
  • Works Cited 248
  • Index 255
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