Sieglinde and Siegmund

Sieglinde and Siegmund

twin brother and sister passionately in love. [Ger. Lit.: Mann “The Blood of the Walsungs”]
See: Incest
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So Close's credentials as the louring Hunding in Act One of Wagner's Die Walkure were already established by the time he arrived to cast his grim shadow over the burgeoning love between Sieglinde and Siegmund.
Since the dialogues are about Sieglinde and Siegmund, he experiments with the idea of giving the young lovers a physical presence on stage so the other characters can interact with them in the dialogues.