The Wagner Society of Scotland has published four volumes of our scholarly Journal [ISSN 1741-4105] since 2003. Richly illustrated, featuring many colour photographs, and mostly comprised of entirely original material, the Journal has been produced and printed to an exceptionally high standard. In 2013, a shorter Bulletin was published. Summary contents of each publication can be found below.
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Is Wagner Bad for Us? Nicolas Spice (reprinted from London Review of Books 11 April 2013)
Reprints of paintings: Vladimír Kiseljov
Volume IV 2009
Richard Wagner’s Creative Grail Quest: Derek Watson
Tonality in Die Meistersinger: Ian Beresford Gleaves
A Miniature Miscellany of Thoughts on Wagner: Donald Frances Tovey
Some recent Wagner Studies in English: a selective review
Volume III 2007
Hans von Bülow in Scotland: Derek Watson (including, reprinted in facsimile, von Bülow’s arrangements of Three Scottish Folksongs.)
Wagner and Dargomïzhshky: Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov, translated by Stuart Campbell
Anton Bruckner in Bayreuth in 1882: Friedrich Klose, based on translation by Geoffrey Skelton
Volume II 2005
Parsifal in Zurich: Professor Chris Walton
Wagner and Brass: Professor John Wallace
Wagner in Brazil: Derek Watson.
Photographs of Bayreuth: taken by Donna Nicholson-Arnott, Wagner Society of Scotland’s first Bayreuth Scholar
Volume I 2003
Wagner in Scotland: Derek Watson
Wagner on the pages of the Glasgow Herald in the 1870s: Dr Stuart Campbell
The Ring in Scotland 1910-13: Richard Telfer