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The Grail Knight Lohengrin, son of the Grail King Parzival, is sent to the duchess of Brabant to defend her. The Metropolitan Opera mounted the opera for the first time on 7 November 1883, in Italian, during the company's inaugural season. The orchestral preludes to Acts I and III are also frequently performed separately as concert pieces. diess muss die Strafe, diess die Sühne sein! Lohengrin is scored for the following instruments: The people of the Duchy of Brabant are divided by quarrels and political infighting; also, a devious hostile power left over from the region's pagan past is seeking to subvert the prevailing monotheistic government and to return the Duchy to pagan rule. Performed in Italian, the production starred Jean de Reszke as the title hero, Emma Eames as Elsa and Édouard de Reszke as Heinrich. On 30 May 1846 Wagner wrote to the journalist Hermann Franck [de] regarding the relationship between Lohengrin and Elsa. There was however an 1881 French performance given as a Benefit, in the Cercle de la Méditerranée Salon at Nice, organized by Sophie Cruvelli, in which she took the role of Elsa. ach, mich wie dich trifft ihre herbe Pein! The Herald announces that Telramund is now banished, and that anyone who follows Telramund shall be considered an outlaw by the law of the land. Elsa kneels in front of him and places her honour in his keeping. 10.10.2020 Symposium - Richard Wagner und Ludwig van Beethoven zum 250. [30], The first Chicago performance of the opera took place at the Auditorium Building (now part of Roosevelt University) on 9 November 1891. Wagner's opinion is that it should be sufficient for the audience to deduce the Grail's advice. Wagner's father Carl died of typhus six months after Richard's birth. [16] Franck's concern appears to be that this particular punishment of separation will make the opera incapable 'of being dramatically effective in a unified way'. He wrote the following in Mitteilungen an meine Freunde about his Lohengrin plans: Who doesn't know "Zeus and Semele"? Richard Wagner. Mallinger also took the role of Elsa in the work's premiere at the Berlin State Opera on 6 April 1869. Effective, attractive, impressive & affecting in all its parts! She plots to induce Elsa to violate the mysterious knight's only condition. Despite Wagner's ostensible rejection of French grand opéra, Lohengrin, like all Wagner's operas, and for that matter his later musikdramas, owes some debt to the form as practised by Auber, Halévy and, irrespective of what Wagner sets out in his prose writings, Meyerbeer. The book in question was Ludwig Bechstein's 1835 anthology of legends Der Sagenschatz und die Sagenkreise des Thüringerlandes. The god is in love with a human woman and approaches her in human form. Mit freundlicher Unterstützung der. Ortrud sinks as she sees her plans thwarted. this the atonement, this the Grail's command![19]. The two women go into the castle. Lohengrin, WWV 75, is a Romantic opera in three acts composed and written by Richard Wagner, first performed in 1850. [1] Wagner took up these characters and set the "forbidden question" theme at the core of a story which makes contrasts between the godly and the mundane, and between Early Middle Age Christendom and Germanic paganism. Er veränderte die Ausdrucksfähigkeit romantischer Musik und die theoretischen und praktischen Grundlagen der Oper, indem er dramatische Handlungen als Gesamtkunstwerk gestaltete und dazu die Textbücher, Musik und Regieanweisungen schrieb. [30], The United States premiere of Lohengrin took place at the Stadt Theater at the Bowery in New York City on 3 April 1871. "Das Rheingold" eröffnete Richard Wagner mit einem langen tiefen Ton von acht Kontrabässen. It received 6 performances in its first season in the opera house that Wagner built for the presentation of his works. Ortrud warns Elsa that since she knows nothing about her rescuer, he could leave at any time as suddenly as he came, but Elsa is sure of the Knight's virtues. Here you will find cast lists, libretti, complete scores, and videos. The Duke's guardian, Count Friedrich von Telramund, has accused the Duke's older sister, Elsa, of murdering her brother in order to become Duchess of Brabant. (Wagner wrote five additional lines here but they were rejected in the final draft). Elsa kneels and prays that God may send her champion to her. He suffers in this awareness, suffers knowing that he must fulfill this demand and in doing so ruin their love. He tells the King that Elsa has broken her promise, and discloses his identity ("In fernem Land") by recounting the story of the Holy Grail and of Monsalvat. Numerous changes to the poem, particularly act 3, took place during work on the second-draft. Putting his work as Kapellmeister at the Royal Dresden court out of his mind, Wagner's intention was to abandon himself to a life of the utmost leisure, and he had chosen his summer reading with care: the poems of Wolfram von Eschenbach, and the anonymous epic of Lohengrin with an introduction by Joseph von Görres. By 3 August 1845 he had worked out the prose draft. He was baptized at St. Thomas Church. As it turned out Rienzi in Berlin was not a success and Lohengrin was not performed there until 1859. The most popular and recognizable part of the opera is the Bridal Chorus, colloquially known as "Here Comes the Bride," usually played as a processional at weddings. Later, in the same act, when Elsa calls on Lohengrin to punish her, the latter replies: Nur eine Strafe giebt's für dein Vergeh'n The second complete draft of act 2 was started on 18 June and complete on 2 August 1847. King Ludwig II of Bavaria named his castle Neuschwanstein Castle after the Swan Knight. The Austrian premiere took place in Vienna at the Theater am Kärntnertor on 19 August 1858, with Róza Csillag as Ortrud. Elsa, though visibly shaken and uncertain, assures him of her confidence. – But quite apart from all this, how felicitous a libretto it has turned out to be! Lohengrin, WWV 75, is a Romantic opera in three acts composed and written by Richard Wagner, first performed in 1850. A dove descends from heaven and, taking the place of the swan at the head of the boat, leads Lohengrin to the castle of the Holy Grail. Geburtstag - Der große Spätromantiker Wagner verneigt sich vor Beethoven. He was the ninth child of Carl Friedrich Wagner, who was a clerk in the Leipzig police service, and his wife, Johanna Rosine (née Paetz), the daughter of a baker. Wilhelm Richard Wagner (1813-1883) war ein deutscher Komponist, Dramatiker, Dichter, Schriftsteller, Theaterregisseur und Dirigent. As Lohengrin tries to get in the boat, Ortrud appears. Their conversation is interrupted by the entrance of the King with the Knight. This interpretation reveals Elsa as a rational individual, upgrades the dramatic significance of the act 1 combat scene, and, more broadly, signals a return to a hermeneutics of Wagnerian drama. She asks him to tell her his name when no one else is around, but at all instances he refuses. Anja Harteros, © 2007-2020 Opernreiseführer. You must understand: Libretto: Richard Wagner. Elsa does not answer the King's inquiries, only lamenting her brother's fate ("Einsam in trüben Tagen"). [2], Lohengrin was written and composed between 1845 and 1848 when Wagner worked as Kapellmeister at the Royal Dresden court. Writing retrospectively in his extremely readable 1865 biography (even if its royal patronage diminishes its reliability), Wagner tells the story of how Lohengrin's libretto was written. The combat commences. He asks only one thing in return for his service: Elsa must never ask him his name or where he has come from. The King calls for Elsa to answer Telramund's accusation. [29] The work was produced in Munich for the first time at the National Theatre on 16 June 1867, with Heinrich Vogl in the title role and Mathilde Mallinger as Elsa. Ortrud, Telramund's wife, does not join the prayer, but privately expresses confidence that Telramund will win. The crowd exits, cheering and celebrating. Angelo Mariani conducted the performance, which starred Italo Campanini as Lohengrin, Bianca Blume as Elsa, Maria Löwe Destin as Ortrud, Pietro Silenzi as Telramund, and Giuseppe Galvani as Heinrich der Vogler. In Augus… But I was fooling myself: no sooner had I stepped into the noonday bath than I was seized by such desire to write Lohengrin that, incapable of lingering in the bath for the prescribed hour, I leapt out after only a few minutes, scarcely took the time to clothe myself again properly, and ran like a madman to my quarters to put what was obsessing me on paper. Twice the Herald calls for a champion to step forward, but gets no response. [12], Between May and June 1846, Wagner made a through-composed draft for the whole work that consisted of only two staves: one for the voice, the other just indicating the harmonies. Wagner himself was unable to attend the first performance, having been exiled because of his part in the 1849 May Uprising in Dresden. [4] As well as being the means by which Wagner first became aware of the Lohengrin legend, the anthology also retold the tale of Tannhäuser. It was King Ludwig's patronage that later gave Wagner the means and opportunity to complete, build a theatre for, and stage his epic cycle Der Ring des Nibelungen. Elsa takes one last look at the banished Ortrud, then enters the church with the wedding procession. [30], Lohengrin was first performed as part of the Bayreuth Festival in 1894, in a production directed by the composer's widow, Cosima Wagner, with Willi Birrenkoven [de] and Ernst van Dyck, Emil Gerhäuser [de] alternating as Lohengrin, Lillian Nordica as Elsa, Marie Brema as Ortrud and Demeter Popovic as Telramund and was conducted by Felix Mottl. Telramund and Ortrud, banished from court, listen unhappily to the distant party-music. [10] It would be nearly four years before Wagner's image of Lohengrin would again manifest itself to his creative imagination. In the summer of 1845 Wagner with his wife Minna planned their annual hydrotherapeutic visit to Marienbad. I struggled manfully against the temptation to set down the plan on paper. [17] Wagner confesses that Franck's concerns have forced him to look objectively at the poem and to consider ways of making Lohengrin's involvement in the tragic outcome clearer than had previously been the case. Getrennt, geschieden sollen wir uns seh'n Wagner uses the letter firstly to argue in favour of his version and secondly to expand upon the more general mythical structure underpinning the relationship between Lohengrin and Elsa - a theme he would publicly develop in his 1851 autobiographical essay A Communication To My Friends. [31] Conducted by Adolf Neuendorff, the cast included Theodor Habelmann as Lohengrin, Luise Garay-Lichtmay as Elsa, Marie Frederici as Ortrud, Adolf Franosch as Heinrich and Edward Vierling as Telramund. Wagner asks Franck if he should explicitly mention the specific rule associated with the Grail which, although not expressly forbidding the Grail knights from committing such excesses, nevertheless, discourages them from acting in this way. mehr erfahren. The people consider Ortrud guilty of witchcraft. The King tells Ortrud to step aside, then leads Elsa and the Knight toward the church. Welcome to the world of composer Richard Wagner. The laws of the Holy Grail say that Knights of the Grail must remain anonymous. Der Ring des Nibelungen. Night in the courtyard outside the cathedral. Telramund's supporters advise him to withdraw because he cannot prevail against the Knight's powers, but he proudly refuses. Richard Wagner: Complete Opera Collection - Die kompletten Opern - Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Wolfgang Windgassen, Kirsten Flagstad, Richard Wagner, Herbert von Karajan, Wilhelm Furtwängler, Hans Knappertsbusch, Philharmonia Orchestra, Chor & Orchester der Bayreuther Festspie: Amazon.de: Musik His plan to lie beside a brook communing with Titurel and Parzival didn’t last long and the longing to create was overpowering: Lohengrin stood suddenly revealed before me in full armor at the center of a comprehensive dramatic adaptation of the whole material. [34] The opera received its Canadian premiere at the opera house in Vancouver on 9 February 1891 with Emma Juch as Elsa. Jahrhundert. 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Stewart Spencer neither regards the abandonment of the Hohenstaufen projects during the 1840s at this time nor, more specifically, in the musical and formal dissimilarities between Rienzi and Der Fliegende Holländer as symptomatic of a fundamental turn from history towards myth. This website is an examination of the life of this composer. A boat drawn by a swan appears on the river and in it stands a knight in shining armour. Mit seinen Musikdramen gilt er als einer der bedeutendsten Erneuerer der europäischen Musik im 19. [9] History per se might be arid and reductive but it contained within it the potential for a categorical interpretation allowing Wagner to make use of Leopold August Warnkönig's (1835-42), three volume Flandrische Staats- und Rechtsgeschichte bis zum Jahr 1305 to be mined for an accurate evocation of tenth century Brabant. ... the more familiar I have become with my new subject & the more profoundly I have grasped its central idea, the more it has dawned upon me how rich & luxurious the seed of this new idea is, a seed which has grown into so full & burgeoning a flower that I feel happy indeed. Just as they are about to enter the church, Telramund enters. [14] It is apparent from the letter that Wagner and Franck had been discussing Lohengrin for some time, and Wagner refers back to an earlier argument about the relationship between Lohengrin and Elsa, and in particular whether Elsa's punishment of separation from Lohengrin at the end of the opera is justifiable. On 9th September 1846 Wagner began to elaborate the instrumental and choral parts which along with the Prelude was completed on 29 August 1847.[13]. Ein Bühnenfestspiel für drei Tage und einen Vorabend - Das Werk, die Wirkung. He reveals himself as Lohengrin, Knight of the Grail and son of King Parsifal, sent to protect an unjustly accused woman. Liszt chose the date in honour of Weimar's most famous citizen, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, who was born on 28 August 1749. [32] The first performance in Italy took place seven months later at the Teatro Comunale di Bologna on 1 November 1871 in an Italian translation by operatic baritone Salvatore Marchesi [Wikidata]. Scene 2: On the banks of the Scheldt (as in act 1). Before the Knight can answer, Telramund and his four recruits rush into the room in order to attack him. A typical performance lasts from about 3 hours, 30-50 minutes. The troops arrive equipped for war. It was notably the first performance of any Wagner opera in Italy. mehr erfahren. Elsa falls back into the crowd where Ortrud and Telramund try to intimidate her, but the Knight forces them both to leave the ceremony, and consoles Elsa. When the King asks Elsa who shall be her champion, Elsa describes a knight she has beheld in her dreams ("Des Ritters will ich wahren"). In 1913, the famous Moravian tenor Leo Slezak is reported to have missed hopping on the swan, afterwards turning to Elsa with the question: "Wann geht der nächste Schwan?" Wagner attempted at the same time to weave elements of Greek tragedy into the plot. "[39], Tenors have sometimes run into trouble in the third act, just before Lohengrin departs by stepping on a swan-driven vessel or on the swan itself. [24] And Lohengrin is also the last of his composed works before his political exile, and despite the seventeen-year long performance hiatus, Lohengrin's musical style nevertheless anticipates Wagner's future leitmotif technique.[25]. The opera's genesis, however, starts some years earlier when Wagner was living and working in Paris. He also needs to settle a dispute involving the disappearance of the child-Duke Gottfried of Brabant. Having completed the second complete draft of act 3 ten months later on 5th March 1847, Wagner returned to the beginning of act 1 and began work on the second draft of act 1 on 12 May and which was complete on 8 June 1847. Als meine Augen dich zuerst ersah'n, The opera's first performance outside German-speaking lands was in Riga on 5 February 1855. [16] Readers of the libretto in English will note that in Amanda Holden's 1990 singing translation for the English National Opera, the Grail's advice is transformed into an explicit commandment, with Holden acknowledging, on her website, that translating a libretto is effectively writing a new one "despite its compulsory faithfulness to the original". B. zur Entstehungszeit – zu sämtlichen Entwürfen, … [5], Seeking a more authentic picture of the Tannhäuser legend, Lehrs then provided Wagner with the annual proceedings of the Königsberg Germanic Society which not only included C.T.L. Seine Neuerungen in der Harmonik beeinflussten die Entwicklung der Musik bis in die Moderne. As outlined to Heine, Wagner's plan was to build on the success of the premiere of Rienzi in Berlin on 24 October 1847 with a follow up performance of Lohengrin. [30], The United Kingdom premiere of Lohengrin took place at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, on 8 May 1875 using the Italian translation by Marchesi. In 1936, at the Metropolitan Opera, the same thing happened to Danish tenor Lauritz Melchior[40], This article is about the opera by Richard Wagner. Elsa and her new husband are ushered in with the well-known bridal chorus, and they express their love for each other. Many consider the Act I prelude Wagner's greatest single composition, an inspiring free-variation curtain-raiser on one soaring theme starting and ending softly on divided violins in high register, then building to a mighty climax with full brass and two climactic cymbal crashes in a classic orchestral crescendo-diminuendo, gradually approaching the one climax and then just as gradually receding, to end as ethereally as it started in the high divided violins, and representing the descent of the Holy Grail (the cup out of which Christ legendarily drank out of in the Last Supper the night before his crucifixion) from Heaven back down to Earth. Jonas Kaufmann, Lucas's critical study of the "Wartburg war" but also included a piece of criticism about the poem Lohengrin, together with a lengthy narrative of the rambling epic's principal content. He claims that his defeat in combat was invalid because the Knight did not give his name (trial by combat traditionally being open only to established citizens), then accuses the Knight of sorcery. As Elsa descends to open the castle door, Ortrud prays to her pagan gods, Wodan and Freia, for malice, guile, and cunning, in order to deceive Elsa and restore pagan rule to the region. Afterwards, his mother Johanna lived with Carl's friend, the actor and playwright Ludwig Geyer. – Johanna]'s role in it (Albert's daughter – see illustration below) – which is very important & in point of fact the principal role in the work – is bound to turn out the most charming & most moving in the world. [38][clarification needed], In their article "Elsa's reason: on beliefs and motives in Wagner's Lohengrin", Ilias Chrissochoidis and Steffen Huck propose what they describe as "a complex and psychologically more compelling account [of the opera]. The Knight defeats and kills Telramund. Conducted by Charles Lamoureux, the performance starred Ernest van Dyck as the title hero, Fidès Devriès as Elsa, Marthe Duvivier as Ortrud, Emil Blauwaert as Telramund, and Félix-Adolphe Couturier as Heinrich. A towering figure of the 19th century, Wagner is best remembered for the operas he composed; works which changed the course of Western music, and the craft of theatrical staging. To this end, Wagner decided not to alter act 1 or 2 but to write new lines in act 3: O Elsa! I as you suffer this cruel pain! The complete draft of act 3 was completed before the second-draft of acts 1 and 2. [22] Lohengrin is also the last of Wagner's four "Romantic" operas,[23] and continues with the associative style of tonality that he had previously developed in Tannhäuser. Lohengrin, WWV 75, is a Romantic opera in three acts composed and written by Richard Wagner, first performed in 1850.The story of the eponymous character is taken from medieval German romance, notably the Parzival of Wolfram von Eschenbach and its sequel Lohengrin, itself inspired by the epic of Garin le Loherain.It is part of the Knight of the Swan legend. Elsa is stricken with grief and falls to the ground dead. He will seal his own doom when the gleam of his godly form destroys his lover. Auguste Vianesi conducted the performance, which featured Ernesto Nicolini as Lohengrin, Emma Albani as Elsa, Anna D'Angeri as Ortruda, Maurel as Friedrich, and Wladyslaw Seideman as Heinrich. Elsa agrees to this ("Wenn ich im Kampfe für dich siege"). ...In creating this work, my powers of invention & sense of formal structure have played their biggest part to date: the medieval poem which has preserved this highly poetical legend contains the most inadequate & pedestrian account to have come down to us, and I feel very fortunate to have satisfied my desire to rescue what by now is an almost unrecognizable legend from the rubble & decay to which the medieval poet has reduced the poem as a result of his inferior & prosaic treatment of it, & to have restored it to its rich & highly poetical potential by dint of my own inventiveness & reworking of it. Nur ein Jahr an deiner Seite, Wagner had written the act 3 tenor monologue, Cesare Gertonani, writing in Teatro alla Scala programme for Lohengrin, December 2012, p. 90. By late 1841, Wagner had conceived a five-act historical opera based on the Hohenstaufen dynasty entitled Die Sarazenin (The Saracen Woman)[3] and, although he lavished on it all the trappings of Grand Opera, his attention was soon distracted by a Volksbuch that he obtained through his friendship with the philologist Samuel Lehrs. She tells Elsa that the swan is actually Gottfried, Elsa's brother, whom she cursed to become a swan. Neuerscheinung - Parsifal-Faksimile-Ausgabe. When Elsa appears on the balcony before dawn, she hears Ortrud lamenting and pities her. The Knight refuses to reveal his identity and claims that only one person in the world has the right to make him do so: his beloved Elsa, and she has pledged not to exercise that right. Although he conducted various extracts in concert in Zurich, London, Paris and Brussels, it was not until 1861 in Vienna that he was able to attend a full performance.[28]. The first production of Lohengrin was in Weimar, Germany, on 28 August 1850 at the Staatskapelle Weimar under the direction of Franz Liszt, a close friend and early supporter of Wagner. [26] Despite the inadequacies of the lead tenor Karl Beck,[27] it was an immediate popular success. Hugh Vickers, Great Operatic Disasters, St. Martin's Griffin, New York, 1979, p. 50. If she violates this requirement, he will be forced to leave her. Elīna Garanča, Jonas Kaufmann, At this time Wagner was still trying to clarify the precise nature of the tragedy, and the extent to which he needed to spell out the mechanics of the tragedy to the audience. Lohengrin prays and the swan turns back into young Gottfried. ("When does the next swan leave?"). The Palais Garnier staged the work for the first time the following 16 September with van Dyck as Lohengrin, Rose Caron as Elsa, Caroline Fiérens-Peters as Ortrud, Maurice Renaud as Telramund and Charles Douaillier as Heinrich. Telramund calls upon the King to punish Elsa and to make him the new Duke of Brabant. Finally, despite his warnings, she asks the Knight the fatal questions. [30], Lohengrin was first publicly performed in France at the Eden-Théâtre in Paris on 30 April 1887 in a French translation by Charles-Louis-Étienne Nuitter. Is the man who craves for God not destroyed? Ortrud reveals that she is a pagan witch (daughter of Radbod Duke of Frisia), and tries to revive Telramund's courage, assuring him that her people (and he) are destined to rule the kingdom again. zu dir fühlt' ich in Liebe mich entbrannt, Mit seinen Musikdramen gilt er als einer der bedeutendsten Erneuerer der europäischen Musik im 19. Elsa in particular must never ask his name, or his heritage, or his origin. Campanini portrayed the title role with Christina Nilsson as Elsa, Emmy Fursch-Madi as Ortrud, Giuseppe Kaschmann as Telramund, Franco Novara as Heinrich, and Auguste Vianesi conducting. Then, he sorrowfully turns to Elsa and asks her to follow him to the King, to whom he will now reveal his secrets. Das Wagner-Werk-Verzeichnis (WWV) ist ein Verzeichnis aller musikalischen Werke des Komponisten Richard Wagner, das im Rahmen der Gesamtausgabe der Werke Richard Wagners von John Deathridge, Martin Geck und Egon Voss erarbeitet und vom Schott-Verlag 1986 herausgegeben wurde.. Das Verzeichnis enthält fundierte Nachweise – z. For the opera by Salvatore Sciarrino, see, Mein lieber Schwan... O Elsa! Zeus knows that she would be destroyed by the sight of his real self. Walter Slezak, "Wann geht der nächste Schwann" dtv 1985. Was hast du mir angethan? [8] Instead Spencer argues that Wagner did not draw any fundamental distinction between history and myth, and that Wagner's response to myth is dynamic and dialectical. Coterminously, Wagner began work on a second-draft of the poem, beginning with act 3. He disembarks, dismisses the swan, respectfully greets the king, and asks Elsa if she will have him as her champion and marry him. [33], La Scala produced the opera for the first time on 30 March 1873, with Campanini as Lohengrin, Gabrielle Krauss as Elsa, Philippine von Edelsberg as Ortrud, Victor Maurel as Friedrich, and Gian Pietro Milesi as Heinrich. The story of the eponymous character is taken from medieval German romance, notably the Parzival of Wolfram von Eschenbach and its sequel Lohengrin, itself inspired by the epic of Garin le Loherain.

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