Wagner's solution

Wagner's solution

[′väg·nərz sə‚lü·shən]
(analytical chemistry)
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Wagner's solution to this musical problem, because he lived in the nineteenth century and not the twentieth, had to be a return to consonance at the end, and therefore an extinction or a transcendence of the human--most often an extinction and a transcendence at the same time, the Wagnerian redemptive sacrifice.