Bruckner, being a stubborn believer and hugely spiritual, is obsessed with God and with Wagner, taking them as one. Bringing together his Seventh Symphony with Wagner’s mystic Parsifal as the height of Easter, would shake one’s faith. In fact, Wagner’s death took Bruckner composing the symphony’s Adagio, which in a way turns into a lament in his memory.
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