De sigfridos cornudos y hechiceras infieles. Una mirada sobre el rechazo nietzscheano del romanticismo y su alabanza de Carmen

In the first place, this paper reviews Nietzsche’s criticism of Romanticism and the famous antinomy between “Classical” and “Romantic” that is based on the opposition between Bizet and Wagner; in the second place, it asks how Bizet’s music, which cured Nietzsche from the lies and the brutality of Wagnerian style, embodies the Classical style that Nietzsche praises as opposed to Romantic illness. Finally, it turns to the most bewitched opera, in order to find in Nietzsche’s description of Carmen’s character a configuration of the female figure that allows one to think about the relationship between music and philosophy or, better still, between music and philosopher.

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