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Autograph letter signed, dated : Enge bei Zurich, 15 March 1851, to [Eduard Röckel], 1851 Mar. 15.

Author: Richard Wagner; Eduard Röckel
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : German
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Saying that Haimberger, a political refugee, must go to England or America, that he is also a violinist and hopes to study with Bériot in Brussels the coming winter, expressing the hope that Röckel can help Haimberger find a position in a London theatre orchestra, mentioning Präger [i.e. Ferdinand Praeger], Haimberger's teachers Hel[l]mesberger and David, etc.; Wagner then discusses his role in the Dresden  Read more...
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Named Person: Franz Liszt; August Röckel; Haimberger.; Charles-Auguste de Bériot; Ferdinand Praeger; Joseph Hellmesberger; Ferdinand David
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Wagner; Eduard Röckel
OCLC Number: 270678846
Description: 1 item (4 p.) ; (8vo)

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Saying that Haimberger, a political refugee, must go to England or America, that he is also a violinist and hopes to study with Bériot in Brussels the coming winter, expressing the hope that Röckel can help Haimberger find a position in a London theatre orchestra, mentioning Präger [i.e. Ferdinand Praeger], Haimberger's teachers Hel[l]mesberger and David, etc.; Wagner then discusses his role in the Dresden Revolution, with special reference to August [Röckel], saying he has written Das Kunstwerk der Zukunft, Oper und Drama, that he is working on Siegfried's Tod, mentioning Liszt, etc.

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