Excerpt from Siegfried: Second Opera of the Rhinegold Trilogy; Music-Drama in Three Acts
Aer II. Mime induces Siegfried under pretext of teaching him how to fear, an art which the yd h curious to learn to accompany him to a distant part of the forest where Fainsr in the shape... of aim dragon, guards the Nibelung treasures, including the ring. Siegfried kills the dragon, but on accidental tasting its blood, is enabled to understand the speech of birds. They tell him how Mime means to h obtain the treasure; accordingly he kills the traitor. The bird further tells him of a fair sleeping surrounded by fire, and ¿ies before him to show the way to her resting place.
Aer III. Wotan uneasily wandering over the world conscious of impending doom, vainly seeks d Erda. Meeting Siegfried, he Opposes his path, but the sword Needful hows his spear asunder, and power destroyed, he retreats to Valhalla to await the Dusk of the gods.
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