But it was Berlin that was on the march—"the blood is there, and the hope, and the moody, lustful Wagnerian temperament."
She did not notice that she was being followed; when she turned homeward she faced Herr Albert, the famous Wagnerian tenor.
With Shakespeare there is no Wagnerian, Euripidean "apologia."
Almost all later music, and much of the earlier, sounds Wagnerian.
His orchestral prelude, however, reverts to an earlier Wagnerian type.
It all looked very dull and heavy, being an off-day, and as she was not a Wagnerian it meant absolutely nothing to her.
On the other hand, we do not agree with the criticism that "Gerontius" is Wagnerian music.
Only relatives, or creditors, ever ring in that Wagnerian manner.
In point of fact "Ada" is Wagnerian only as compared with Verdi's earlier operas.
None of the motives in these Wagnerian dramas are composed arbitrarily.