After many years this slim, compact book, edited by Musica Viva
/N.I.M., seems to me like something sealed, from which transpires a strong sign of a layered emotion, of an adventure of knowledge, of an unforgettable lesson of theater in music and more.
After many years, this book is still read and consulted in some
corner of the world (the cultural Institutes of Vancouver and Barcelona,
for instance) or in the silence of some library (in Milan, the Sormani
This book is not only the result of a totally absorbing experience, but also a concrete witnessing, although sui generis
, of a Ring
which has been and will continue to be important in the history of Wagnerian production and staging.