- 1Of, relating to, or characteristic of the operas of Richard Wagner.More example sentences
- One would be hard-pressed to guess that the man singing here is a famous Wagnerian heldentenor.
- He is also the company vocal coach, and a Wagnerian singer himself.
- Soon afterward the Wagnerian music drama assumed this role and status, and became the New German rallying point.
- 1.1Having the enormous dramatic scale and intensity of a Wagner opera: a strategic predicament of positively Wagnerian proportionsMore example sentences
- As the event draws near you can expect my anxieties to be well aired here at Wagnerian length and pitch.
- Does the character being reprimanded remind you of any Wagnerian MP for Kensington?
- It is a straightforward scam of positively Wagnerian proportions.
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- An admirer of Wagner or his music.More example sentences
- Pappano is a great conductor of Italian music, but he is no natural Wagnerian.
- He was a prominent Swedish Wagnerian, translating both Wagner's writings and Tristan.
- Boldly staged and brilliantly performed,… it was also an extremely rewarding evening for Wagnerians.
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