Klingsor

Klingsor

enemy of Grail knights. [Ger. Opera: Wagner, Parsifal, Westerman, 248]
See: Evil
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Tristan Klingsor affirme quant a lui: << Elle est musicienne savante; elle possede une voix d'un timbre prenant et penetrant.
En busca de Klingsor (1999) sorprende por la tematica: una novela de corte policiaco, ambientada en la segunda guerra mundial y que habla de ciencia, nazismo y bombas atomicas.
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Returning from 2013, along with Pape, were its two best performances: Peter Mattei's surely ideal Amfortas and Evgeny Nikitin's chilling Klingsor. Klaus Florian Vogt's Parsifal, aptly boyish of tone and mien, sang two superb diminuendi on "Erlose, rette mich" in Act II.
Among the novels analyzed are the Mexican En busca de Klingsor (1999) by Jorge Volpi, Peruvians La hora azul (2005) by Alonso Cueto and Abril rojo (2006) by Santiago Roncagliolo, Chilean El desierto (2005) by Carlos Franz and Salvadorian In-sensatez (2004) by Horacio Castellanos Moya.
(El deseo de ser inutil 213) Si en una misma historieta desfilan Hermann Hesse y Tamara de Lempicka, junto a King Kong, el caballero Klingsor y Juana de Arco, es porque, en efecto, la inquietud erudita de Pratt crea su propia tradicion.
His disease was well controlled and he had no delusions or religious beliefs as in "Klingsor syndrome" that is an eponym coined to denote GSM resulting from hyperreligious delusion [9].
Wolfgang Bankl gave the baddie sorcerer Klingsor a certain convincing selfbelief and as Parsifal himself - sometimes portrayed as childishly uncaring as many a Wagner tenor hero - Burkhard Fritz emerged from his immersion in this dramatically challenging role as a true vessel of remorse and redemption, full and genuinely heroic in tone.