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Which Wagner leitmotiv is your favorite?

Combination of "Longing" and "Desire"-motive, aka "Tristan chord".
5 (25%)
Hero Tristan-motiv from Tristan und Isolde.
0 (0%)
Valhalla-motiv from Ring.
1 (5%)
All Loge's motives from Ring.
0 (0%)
Valkyrie-motiv from Ring.
0 (0%)
Siegfried's motive from Ring.
2 (10%)
King David-motiv from Meistersinger.
0 (0%)
Mastersingers-motiv from Meistersinger.
0 (0%)
Flying Dutchman-motiv from Fliegende Holländer.
2 (10%)
Grail-motiv from Parsifal.
0 (0%)
Faith-motiv from Parsifal.
0 (0%)
Tannhäuser's praise-motiv from Tannhäuser.
0 (0%)
Lohengrin-motiv from Lohengrin.
0 (0%)
All leitmotives suck! And you didn't even name them properly!.
1 (5%)
Some other.
7 (35%)
Every single one!
2 (10%)

Total Members Voted: 18

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Offline Maestro267

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Re: Favorite Wagner leitmotive
« Reply #20 on: April 18, 2016, 11:15:26 AM »

Twilight of the Gods? http://www.laits.utexas.edu/wagner/10.html (heard after the rising Erda motive)

Sarge

Not that one, no. I've found it now. http://www.laits.utexas.edu/wagner/156.html This thing of beauty.

 

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