[loh-uh n-grin, -green]
- the son of Parzival, and a knight of the Holy Grail.
- (italics) an opera (composed 1846–48; premiere 1850) by Richard Wagner.
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I was happy; for the first time since the night I had heard “Lohengrin” I was happy and at rest.
I thought the story of “Lohengrin,” as related by Vincent, interesting.
The theater season closed with that evening on which “Lohengrin” was performed.
He labored incessantly to get a hearing for the "Lohengrin" and "Tannhuser."
This work is said to have been the model upon which Wagner created his "Lohengrin."A Popular History of the Art of Music
W. S. B. Mathews
- (in German legend) a son of Parzival and knight of the Holy Grail