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Gabriel Menéndez Torrellas

Tristan and Isolde, the musical drama and the inner time URL:
Tonal ambiguity, the diversification of an orchestra that speaks, and a singing that recites the narration of the "interior life" of the protagonists are the three main traits of one of the most romantic operas in history. After his readings of Schopenhauer, the exiled Richard Wagner began the composition of a work formally minimalist, where the night and its sounds are absolute protagonists. Pioneer of the Leitmotiv and the musical prose together with Der Ring des Nibelungen, the echoes of  Tristan und Isolde in the posterior opera composition are simply immeasurable. 
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