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“I am necessarily ignoring the problem of Kundry, which is probably as complex as the Beckmesser knot, but gets issues of gender and sexuality into the fray.”
“The first act of "Parsifal" is unsurpassable, the second is an anti-climax, and the third, excepting the repentance of Kundry, which is pathetic, and strikes one as true, a more saddening anti-climax.”
“Parsifal baptizes Kundry and admonishes her to believe in the Redeemer: --”
“Before they leave, Parsifal's first act as the redeemer is to baptize Kundry with water from the spring.”
“He's the Pure Fool, the innocent, virgin prince who kills the baddies and captures the spear that pierced Jesus's side, reuniting it with the grail, thus healing everybody's wounds, allowing the zombie-types, Kundry and Amfortas, to die, and becoming king of the grail himself.”
“But things turn out all right for Kundry, she's only about 1,400 years old when she gets to die, and she's granted salvation by Parsifal himself.”
“Jane Dutton's acting of Kundry, plus some soaring top notes, nearly made up for the deficit in her chest voice; and Stuart Skelton sang Parsifal admirably.”
“You might think that Wagner's Kundry is the naughtier.”
“The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra gives a stirring account of Siegfried's Rhine journey and, as a bonus, two top British Wagnerians, Susan Bullock (as Sieglinde and Kundry) and John Tomlinson (as Gunther), contribute.”
“Gary Lehman's Parsifal is competent, while Violeta Urmana's Kundry mixes thrilling moments with unstable ones.”
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Poems written by wordniks, for wordniks. (Look in the comments. No, they needn’t be in dactylic hexameter.)
(Or should it be “All Alnwick Sundry”?)
Remember: it rhymes with panic.
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