Cinematic Precedence: Wagner – music, drama and musical dramaturgy Post author:Edward Primrose Post published:2015-07-04 Post category:Musical dramaturgy Post comments:3 Comments Posted in Academia.edu, this is a refurbished extract from the PhD thesis concerning musical dramaturgy. It proposes a different view on the origins of the cinematic impulse. Link to: Cinematic Precedence This Post Has 3 Comments WilliamRilt 22 May 2016 Reply Looking forward to reading more. Great post.Much thanks again. Keep writing. Hoss RMAU 5 Jun 2016 Reply of one thread of the cycle – the Siegfried thread – Wagner shows in musical terms how the primordial transgression, the root of the tragedy, is Wotan’s crooked bargain for the building of Valhalla. And although other parts of the drama, in particular the Norns’ scene in the WomensNews 19 Jun 2016 Reply Richard Wagner was one of the most controversial composers of the h Century. His focus was on opera and he later formed what he called “Music Dramas”. Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to comment Enter your email address to comment Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.