The Richard Wagner Museum was built by Wagner with funds donated by Ludwig II. The museum records Wagner's life and deeds in detail by year. The exhibits include documents, photos, clothing and personal belongings.
Bayreuth has been indissoluble with Wagner's works since the Wagner Festival in 1876. Liszt, as Wagner's son-in-law, also left him here. We visited this piano factory that started in 1820. There is a grand piano that Liszt once played. The wood of the piano is taken from the Alps, which is more than one thousand meters above sea level, after being glued and pressed. , Drying according to the temperature and humidity of the country of purchase, polishing the piano skin, high school sounding board, elimination of 92[%] in the low range test, upper cast iron frame, string pulling, assembly of more than 7000 key components by a master and test The sound was initially completed. We have to marvel at the exquisite craftsmanship!
Those who traveled all the way to visit must be people who like Wagner. We came here on a Monday. The museum did not open. We just walked around and found Wagner's tomb at the back of the museum without any inscriptions. Nor is it during the festival, Bayreuth is quiet and peaceful.
I like it, especially the feeling of a small music town, I must go!
Wagner is a celebrity in Bayreuth, and his statues are on the streets and alleys. How can you bear not coming here? Although you don't understand music, you can join in the fun.