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PARSIFAL: The Will and Redemption: Exploring Richard Wagner's Final Treatise Paperback – December 1, 2014
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About the Author
Dr. John Mastrogiovanni was first introduced to Wagner’s Ring at the age of five by his father. By the age of nine, he was opening Wagner’s piano scores and outlining all the leitmotifs with their numerous variations. In 1995, Dr. John joined the Wagner Society of Southern California and in 2010, he become the chairman. He lectures on Wagner in different venues, including societies, clubs, and colleges. Dr. John is also an ordained minister and has been in full-time ministry for over 30 years, traveling educating pastors and leaders throughout the United States, Great Britain and Europe.
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John Mastrogiovanni's book contains one of the clearest interpretations of the Fall (and Redemption) I have ever read. Even if you do not agree with everything, you will be enlightened by several of the author's insights.
It adds to the expectation that the Bayreuther Festspiele can put together a new production of Parsifal (no matter whether traditional or modern staging) that lives up to Wagner's intentions and the opera's deepest meaning.
This book will certainly change the way you see Wagner, Parsifal, and possibly much more.