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Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg

And what does it concern Master Sachs where or how I go? It is the only mature Wagner opera based on an entirely original story, devised by Wagner himself, and in which no supernatural or magical powers or events are in evidence.

Dem Vogel, der heute sang, dem war der Schnabel bald gewachsen; macht’ er den Meistern bang, gar wohl gefiel er doch Hans Sachsen! Mir war’s, als rieft ihr mich eben? Sachs is opening a loop-hole for bunglers who come and go as they please and follow their own frivolous course. I’ll knock that good-for-nothing cold! EVA I’ve heard it before: This page was last edited on 18 Decemberat That’s precisely why I’m asking you to speak to the child on my behalf: Whenever I attempt it and don’t succeed Hilf Gott!

How should I fend off disaster? It stinks of pitch here, may God have mercy! O weh’, der Pein! Beckmesser zu Kothner gewandt: Ein sau’res Amt, und heut’zumal!

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Schnell heim, sonst geht’s nicht gut! These years were some of Wagner’s most difficult: Be sparing with your breath, lest it run out and you even crack at the end. Nun setzt Euch in den Singestuhl! Will ich denn Schuster sein?

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What nonsense are you up to here? Lobretto schlechtes Geflunker gilt ihnen mehr als all’ Poesie. The other apprentices rush into the fray, and the situation degenerates into a full-blown riot.

Take that for your pains! I have not yet even tried the shoes yet; they are so beautiful and richly adorned that I have not yet dared put them on my feet. Another suggestion by Sachs, that the townspeople, rather than the masters, should be called upon to judge the winner lobretto the contest, is rejected by the other masters. Brandishing his sword, Walther forces a way to the middle of the stage, in order to clear a path for Eva and himself through the alley, Sachs rushes with one bound out of his shop and grasps Walther’s arm Loud call from the Nightwatchman’s horn.

Sung by Leo Slezak in for Edison Records. Schert euch gleich nach Hause heim! How come he names you? Sei Merker fortan, wer danach geizt!

Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg libretto (English) – opera by Richard Wagner

Sachs’s Scene 1 monologue “Wahn! And yet, I know why so late: Wollt mich beim Wahne fassen?

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There rises up on a pair of golden wings a wondrous bird: WALTHER At the quiet hearth in winter time, when castle and courtyard were snowed up, I often read in an old book left to me by my ancestor how once Spring so sweetly laughed, and how it then soon awoke anew.

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Sachs lights the street with a lantern, forcing the lovers to stay hidden while Beckmesser arrives to serenade Eva, whom Magdalene impersonates in Pogner’s window. Wie der Blick ihm lacht! A related view holds that Beckmesser was designed to parody the renowned critic Eduard Hanslickwho valorized the music of Brahms and held Wagner’s music in low regard.

Ah, they’ll club him to death!

As a result of reading Schopenhauer’s ideas about the role of music, Wagner re-evaluated his prescription for opera, and included many of these elements in Die Meistersinger. The apprentices have taken the “Leges Tabulaturae” from the wall and are holding it out to Kothner, who reads from it Reading “Each unit of a Mastersong shall present a proper balance of its different sections, against which no one shall offend.