Richard Wagner, the man who transformed the history of music

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Richard Wagner, the man who transformed the history of music


Wagner relevance

His influence on the music It is essential to understand what happened in the nineteenth century. He considered that in it all creative languages ​​could coexist as visual, scenic and poetic. That is to say, his perspective was directed to the fact that in the compositions there was a total work of art. Many claim that after him harmonies rich in dissonances and chromatisms would be born. Self-taught training his intervention in melodies and orchestration were decisive for a work that prevails over time. He was a very important exponent of German romanticism. Among his most outstanding works are: Tristan and Isolde y The ring of the Nibelungs.

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