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2. The Fischer-Dieskau Book of Lieder, p. 183. 3. 960. 4. See Kramer (1984: 22). – 28 – Romanticism: Foi Site Poetry to Winterreise 5. There is one other broader nexus that I think needs to be identified with the integral Romanticism of anthropology’s project, and that is the linking of music, and expressive vehicles in general, with the project of national or ethnic selfconsciousness. Another way of identifying this more simply is: how do we come to terms with anthropology’s Wagnerianism (see Wagner 1993; Boon 1972)?