1 page, 8vo, integral address leaf in Wagner's hand, a few light stains, in German. THE EXILED WAGNER READ'S "SIEGFRIED'D DEATH.": Wagner invites Biebensheim and a friend to attend a reading of "'Siegfried's Tod.'" Following the political agitation of 1848, Wagner fled Dresden for Paris, and finally settled in Zurich from 1850 until 1859, where he primarily concentrated on his literary efforts." /> WAGNER, RICHARD. Autograph letter signed ("Richard Wagner") to Marshall von Biebensheim, Zurich, 18 May 1851. <I>1 page, 8vo, integral address leaf in Wagner's hand, a few light stains,</I> in German. THE EXILED WAGNER READ'S "SIEGFRIED'D DEATH.": Wagner invites Biebensheim and a friend to attend a reading of "'Siegfried's Tod.'" Following the political agitation of 1848, Wagner fled Dresden for Paris, and finally settled in Zurich from 1850 until 1859, where he primarily concentrated on his literary efforts. | Christie's