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One of the oldest yet most enigmatic forms of theatre is opera that beautifully amalgamates the serenity of music and synchronizes it with meaningful dramatic plots. Nothing seems to surpass the emotion that is felt while experiencing a live performance; such a performance is delivered by the beautifully scripted and intricately put together Das Rheingold.
Written by Richard Wagner’s in 1852, this mesmerizing prequel to a four opera series first hit the stage on 22nd September 1869 at the National Theatre Munich. But it was not till 1876 when Das Rheingold was performed as a premiere of the complete cycle of following three sequels. Das Rheingold was the first of its kind. Projecting a clash between immortal Gods and Dwarves for gold, the story revolves around the everlasting conflict of power; delicately evolving to depict the never ending dilemma of capitalism and the power lust that follows a capitalist society.
Over the centuries many famous directors have taken up the task of directing Das Rheingold. This year the complete series were enacted at the prestigious Riga Opera Festival, where Das Rheingold was directed by famous director Stefan Harheim from Norway. Das Rheingold tickets were a quick sell out and the event was applauded by all.
The conception of Das Rheingold took place in a century in which opera and serious drama hardly collided. Richard Wagner himself considered Das Rheingold as the important prologue to the other three operas that followed in the series. Till date the composer is remembered for his contribution to this new arena; after he finalized his four series opera cycle, Der Ring des Nibelungen. He reportedly said “I shall never write an Opera more. As I have no wish to invent an arbitrary title for my works, I will call them Dramas ... I propose to produce my myth in three complete dramas, preceded by a lengthy Prelude...”
A closer look at Wagner’s personal life help’s one at least perceive, if not understand, as to why he was motivated to bring forth a drama series like this. Wagner was born in 1813, and since birth was raised by his step-father who was an actor and a playwright of his time; Ludwig Geyer. It’s almost as if Wagner was raised to contribute to the world of theatre and music. Highly influenced by Beethoven’s symphonies Wagner enrolled himself at the University of Leipzig, where he left an impressionable mark by displaying his musical abilities.
Wagner’s personal life after his marriage was dampened by large debts, political bans and exiles. Hence, it’s comprehensible how his master piece; Das Rheingold and its cycle are symbolic of the fight and conflict that arises between the powerful and the weak, the lust of power, money and greed. In a century where influential writers like Karl Marx were discrediting the capitalistic society, Wagner’s presentation of the German methodology quickly climbed the ladder of famed and embossed itself in the annals of great work.
Till day, Opera fans and theatre critics grab on to Das Rheingold tickets, not only to appreciate this magnificent piece of art but also to compare the direction of modern directors with the great work of Wagner himself.
Das Rheingold is a form of preserved art, endless and alluring, it will indeed never get old. The music of Das Rheingold is composed so beautifully that it manages to engage every listener. Today, Das Rheingold is performed all around the world by various production houses; it has been labeled as “the greatest mythic sagas ever told, and one of the most acclaimed operas ever written”. Das Rheingold tickets are considered as precious as gold because of their quick sell outs and full house tendencies.
If you want to witness this legendary opera performance, try to grab your Das Rheingold tickets as soon as possible. It’s an experience you don’t want to miss, an opportunity you definitely want to avail. Participate and be a part of Wagner’s mysterious mythological world.
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