Wagnerism has a number of meanings:
- the philosophical ideals put forward by Richard Wagner which indicate the traits of a "true" German, among other aesthetic ideas.
- an attachment, sometimes fanatical, to the music of Wagner.
- a form of adversarial labour union legislation, the Wagner Act in the United States, and similarly adopted in Canada, among other countries.
- 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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