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This series may be divided into two, each forming a tetralogy, or group of four plays.
For those who have sensitive feelings the fourth day of the Tetralogy has a depressing effect.
MUSICIANS OF TO-DAYROMAIN ROLLAND
The drama itself comes second in the tetralogy of the Ring, being preceded by the Rheingold.
THE VALKYRIESEDWARD FREDERIC BENSON
But this latter is more properly to be considered as the overture to a trilogy than as the first drama of a tetralogy.
THE VALKYRIESEDWARD FREDERIC BENSON
"Richard III" is the fourth play of a tetralogy manifestly planned before the earlier members were completed.
TRAGEDYASHLEY H. THORNDIKE
Of this intended tetralogy the first two members alone exist: the third was left unfinished: and the fourth was never commenced.
And the rebellious spirit of Wagner's bell-ringing passed over into his Tetralogy.
FRANZ LISZTJAMES HUNEKER
This first part of the Tetralogy, which is the prologue, was not divided into acts.
WAGNER AT HOMEJUDITH GAUTIER
The biggest of his works, the "Nibelung Tetralogy," was conceived and for the most part written in Switzerland.
The time came when he did not believe that he would live to finish the mighty tetralogy which is now the glory of the lyric stage.

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