Wagner: Introduction To Der Ring Des Nibelungen – Cooke

Der Ring des Nibelungen
1. Of all great musical compositions Ex.1-4 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
2. The fundamental symbol Ex.5-11 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
3. Returning now to the Nature Motive Ex.12-16 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
4. A number of further motives Ex.17-21 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
5. A second, much smaller family Ex.22-25 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
6. So much for nature Ex.26-38 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
7. The cause of the deterioration Ex.39-44 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
8. The other transformation Ex.45-48 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
9. Several other motives Ex.49-52 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
10. Two further motives Ex.41,53-61 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
11. Basic motive associated with the spear Ex.62/68 Ex.62/8Ex.62/8 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical)
12. Along another, more complex line Ex.69-72 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
13. In Act 2 of “Walküre” Ex.69,73-75 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
14. Returning now to Act 2 of “Walküre Ex.76-79 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
15. Love is another of the central symbols Ex.80-83 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
16. Later in the same scene Ex.84-87 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
17. Freia’s motive has 2 independent segments Ex.88-91 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
18. The label “Flight” Ex.92 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
19. When Fasolt, in Scene 2 of “Rhinegold” Ex.93-8 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
20. A little later in this interlude Ex.99-103 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
21. The other new motive Ex.104-09 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
22. There are several independent love-motives Ex.110- (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
23. The characters in whose lives Ex.115-120 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
24. One further motive belongs Ex.121 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
25. The sword motive recurs Ex.122-130 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
26. Ironically, this phrase Ex.131-5 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
27. Closely associated with Gutrune’s motive Ex.136-40 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
28. Here we come to the end Ex.141-6 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
29. Complementary to this symbol Ex.147-9 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
30. One last central symbol Ex.150-7 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
31. One further motive connected Ex.158-61 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
32. There are one or two motives Ex.162-8 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
33. These motives of Alberich & Mime Ex.169-71 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
34. Quite a number of subsidiary motives Ex.172-6 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
35. Besides this family of motives Ex.177-80 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
36. Our final example Ex.10,181-2 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
37. In the final scene of “Götterdämmerung” Ex.181-3 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
38. Even more masterly Ex.184-8 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
39. Now if we return Ex.189-91 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)
40. This masterly way Ex.192-3 (An Introduction by Deryck Cooke with musical examples)

Cooke, Deryck / Sir Georg Solti

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Release date: 1/1/2016
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