1) a draft of the climax to the Dutchman's aria (No.2: "Die Frist ist um"), beginning "Wann alle Todten auferstehen" until the end, comprising 62 bars, including the main "Dutchman motif" notated on a 2-stave system, page 1, staves 1-6, [cf. pages 150-158 of the miniature full score by Eulenburg];
2) six shorter drafts and sketches for the Dutchman's and Daland's duet in Act 1 (no.3):
i) the Dutchman's solo "Durch Sturm und bösen Wind verschlagen" [pp.168-169], page 1, stave 7, with, below, on stave 9, scale-passages notated in ink in another hand; page 2 containing 6 bars of an unidentified pencil draft for brass instruments by Wagner, the rest of the side various musical jottings, pen-trials and scales in an unidentified hand
ii) an instrumental motif [page 168], page 3, stave 1
iii) Daland's interjection "Wie hört' ich recht" [pp.184], page 3, stave 2
The duet section "...oh! So nimm eine Schätze dahin"/"...voll Entzükken schlage ich ein", comprising 21 bars, notated on 2-staves [pp.194-197], page 3, staves 3-6, with 3 bars of instrumental sketches
v) the Dutchman's solo "Wenn aus der Qualen Schreckgewalten", notated on 2 staves [p.205], page 3, staves 7 & 8
vi) the Dutchman's solo "Ach! ohne Hoffnung wie ich bin" [pp.218-219], page 3, stave 9
3) Draft of part of the Faust overture, WWV 59, in short score, including one of the main themes, comprising 26 bars, page 4, staves 1-3 and 4-6, the rest of the page containing various rastrum- and pen-trials, and the words "chiffons" and "drap de lit"
4 pages, oblong 4to (c.17 x 27cms.), watermark "LAUW", a little splitting at folds, interspersed with various orchestral ideas, with a typed attestation of authenticity signed and dated by Siegfried Wagner (Bayreuth 22 November 1920), [Paris, c.1840], a small strip removed from the first page not affecting the text
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