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[humanities.music.composers.wagner] Wagner General FAQ
Section - viii. The Bayreuth Festival

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A good general history of the Festival can be found in Frederick Spott's
book, 'Bayreuth: A History of the Wagner Festival', Yale 1994.  

The atmosphere of 19th century Bayreuth was captured in Colette's novel
'Claudine and Annie' (Claudine s'en va), which is included in 'The
Claudine Novels', Penguin USA, 1995. 

Other books about the history of the Bayreuth Festival and productions of
Wagner's stage works at the Festival, can be found in Section VII of the
Wagner Books FAQ.


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