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Prelude And Love Death From Tristan Und Isolde

He provided a succinct encapsulation of the “narrative” of the Love-Death and Transfiguration pairing for a Vienna concert in Prelude (Liebestod): Taking on the role of suitor for his uncle, the king, Tristan brings to him Isolde. They love each other.

 · Richard Wagner Prelude and Isolde's Liebestod, fromTristan and tor Eugeny Ormandy, Philadelphia Orchestra.

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Prelude from “Tristan und Isolde” Richard Wagner (– ) Written: – Movements: One. Style: Romantic. Duration: Twelve minutes. The legend of Tristan and Isolde—that tale of intense romantic yearning—is probably of Celtic origin, but it was the decidedly Teutonic composer Richard Wagner who re-invented it for the world of opera.

Isolde, Brangäne (sopranos) Tristan, Melot, Young Sailor, Shepherd (tenors) Kuwenal, Steersman (baritones) Marke (bass) Chorus (TTBB) Chorus of Sailors, knights, and esquires. Orchestra. 3 flutes (3rd also piccolo), 2 oboes, English horn, 2 clarinets (B ♭, A), bass clarinet (B ♭, A), 3 er: Wagner, Richard.


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  1. Until Tristan und Isolde, no one had imagined the extent to which music alone could embody drama. In one long arc, Wagner lays bare the inner lives of the opera’s title characters, as their love, doomed from its beginning, finds fulfillment in death. The Prelude and Liebestod (Love-Death) comprise the beginning and ending of the opera. The Prelude opens with the cellos softly playing four notes.

  2. The Prelude closes with two pizzicato notes in the cellos and basses. This leads directly to the ecstatic Liebestod (“Love-Death”), in which Isolde celebrates death as the consummation of her love for Tristan. Again, according to Wagner: “As the music rises higher and higher and floods on to its magnificent climax, Isolde is swept away on the crest of the song, past the sorrowing onlookers, to join Tristan in the vast wave of the breath of the world Night and Death and Love .

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