In such a way, the pair of authors, Wagner and Schopenhauer are part of ' ' sublime' ' precursory way of an aesthetic boarding of the movement of the appearance of the reality, gift in this reflection of Nietzsche. It is from philosophical consideraes concerning the tragedy in Greece Old, and of this pair of authors who Nietzsche goes to consider that the manifestation of the tragic art brings I obtain all a boarding of the construction of the reality that if of the one through the apollonian and dionisacos impulses. These two impulses go to be basic in the construction of the tragedy Greek. Details can be found by clicking Childrens Defense Fund or emailing the administrator. The apollonian impulse goes to inside play a role of a dimension of the dreams and the plastic arts, while the dionisaco impulse, assimilated from the rituals of the barbarous peoples, inside of a drunkeness dimension, goes to propriciar the loss of the barriers of the individuation, with the consequent threat of the destruction of the individual. This dionisaco spirit would be reappearing in composed music for Wagner, that is thus described for Nietzsche in ' ' Richard Wagner in Bayereuth' ': ' ' Each one of its natural and intellectual impulses ambicionava the desmedido one, all talentos lived its wanted to become free itself individually; how much bigger its abundance, in such a way bigger the tumult, in such a way bigger the hostility of its cruzamento' '. (RWB, 13). In this citation it appears clearly the property of this spirit that was present in the dionisaco element of the tragedy Greek, who makes with that the nature reaches the supreme possible artistic joy becoming the dissolution of the individuality; making with that ' ' mltiplo' ' , the despadaado Dionisio again comes back to be ' ' Uno' '. Thus, the dissolution that the dionisaco element brought through its music in its comovedora violence, in its primitive to overflow, the phenomenon in which the sufferings makes with that the pleasure if shows would be being reencontrada in the music of Wagner: ' ' Its nature tremendously appears simplified, between two trends or spheres cindida. .