Wagnerism

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Wagnerism has a number of meanings:

The first two of these aspects were promoted, often in distorted form, by the Nazi regime in Germany. Adolf Hitler argued that "Germany would be impossible without Wagner and all he represents."[1]

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  1. ^ Janet Gregory. "Hitler and Wagnerism". 
  • Sloan, Rachel, "The Condition of Music: Wagnerism and Printmaking in France and Britain," Art History, 32,3 (2009), 545-577.

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