人人都爱吐槽瓦格纳的合辑(谐向)

只是半个幽灵:

好像并没有公开发过,随便翻的有错请无视


我翻冷笑话的功力日益见长




Wagner used to read the libretti of his operas to his friends; I am glad I was not there.— Ralph Vaughan Williams


瓦格纳曾经朗读自己的歌剧剧本给他的朋友们听,我很庆幸自己当时不在那里。




The prelude to Tristan und Isolde reminds us of one of the old Italian paintings of a martyr whose intestines are slowly unwound from his body on to a reel.Eduard Hanslick, German Bohemian music critic, on Wagner's opera Tristan und Isolde, June 1868


特里斯坦与伊索尔德让我想起了一幅古老的意大利油画,画的是一个殉道者的肠子慢慢地从身体里滑出来。--汉斯立克




I like Wagner's music better than anybody's. It is so loud that one can talk the whole time without people hearing what one says.-- Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray


我喜欢瓦格纳的音乐胜过其他所有人,因为它是如此吵闹,以至于人们可以一直讲话而不被听到。--王尔德




One can't judge Wagner's opera Lohengrin after a first hearing, and I certainly don't intend hearing it a second time.-- Gioacchino Rossini (1792-1868)


没有人能在第一次听到罗恩格林的时候对它做出评判,而我绝不想再听第二遍。--罗西尼




Wagner was a monster. He was anti-Semitic on Mondays and vegetarian on Tuesdays. On Wednesday he was in favour of annexing Newfoundland, Thursday he wanted to sink Venice, and Friday he wanted to blow up the pope.-- Tony Palmer


瓦格纳是一个怪物。他在周一反犹太主义,周二是素食主义,周三赞成兼并纽芬兰,周四希望威尼斯沉入海底,周五他要炸毁教皇。




I love Wagner, but the music that I prefer is that of a cat hung by its tail outside a window and trying to stick to the panes of glass with its claws.-- Charles Baudelaire (1821-67)


我喜欢瓦格纳,但我更喜欢的音乐是:一只猫把它的尾巴挂在了窗外,并试图坚持用爪子挠玻璃。--波德莱尔




It would kill a cat and turn rocks into scrambled eggs.-- Richard Strauss, German composer (1864-1949), writing of Wagner's opera Siegfried in an 1879 letter to Ludwig Thuille


它会杀死一只猫,把石头变成炒鸡蛋。(评齐格弗里德)




Wagner is Berlioz without melody! His music is "like reasding, without stopping to take breath, a book that has no commas orperiods."


瓦格纳就像没有旋律的柏辽兹,他的音乐就像一口气读完了一本没有标点逗号的书。




Is Wagner a human being at all? Is he not rather a disease? He contaminates everything he touches -- he has made music sick. I postulate this viewpoint: Wagner's art is diseased.-- Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900), Der Fall Wagner (1866)


他是一个人吗?不,他是一种病。--尼采



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