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The Magic Flute (1791) This enchanting fairytale (Die Zaubeflote in German) was the last of the Mozart operas to be performed (the second last to be written). It has strong Masonic elements (Mozart was an active freemason), and was also influenced by the philosophy of the Enlightenment.
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Comes with a beautiful 25 page, full color, Playbill of the First Performance of the Magic Flute on premium thick paper stock with original artwork. The three inner sleeves are also premium super thick stock with a 3 part translated analysis of the origin of Die Zauberflote continued on the back of each sleeve and aptly named 'Mozart: The Magic Flute by Alfred Einstein'. This booklet alone is.Read More
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THE MAGIC FLUTE is the romantic opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart about one man's quest to rescue a kidnapped princess. Suicide. There is a scene in which a character sings a sad song while considering suicide, and loops a noose around his neck. There are no verbal instructions about hanging, and no actual sight of hanging. The context does not encourage hanging or playing with nooses. There.Read More
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The Magic Flute was commissioned by Mozart’s friend and fellow Freemason, Emanuel Schikaneder, who owned a playhouse in Vienna. Schikaneder wrote the libretto and played Papageno. Mozart’s sister-in-law, Josepha Hofer, played the Queen of the Night. The opera advocates many of the ideals of masonry: a belief in reason and wisdom, trials and enlightenment, and the power of music.Read More
Mozart: The Magic Flute Show recording details. CHAN 3121. Multiple Set of 2 CDs. Mozart: The Magic Flute. Running Time: 136:39. UPC Code: 095115312124 Release Date: March 2005 Originally recorded in 2004. Composer (1756-1791) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Solo tenor - Tamino Barry Banks. Solo soprano - Queen of the Night Elizabeth Vidal. Solo soprano - Pamina Rebecca Evans. Solo soprano - First.Read More
THE MAGIC FLUTE is the romantic opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart about one man's quest to rescue a kidnapped princess. Suicide. There is a scene in which a character sings a sad song while considering suicide, and loops a noose around his neck. There are no verbal instructions about hanging, and no actual sight of hanging. The context does not.Read More
The (little) Magic Flute - Autumn 05. A plot involving a dragon, a demented sorceress, a kidnapped girl and (of course) a magic flute, is brought to life by a cast of six singers and six instrumentalists.Read More
Awkward direction hampers New Zealand Opera's Magic Flute in Auckland By Simon Holden, 18 June 2016 For New Zealand Opera's only operatic offering in Auckland this year ( La traviata will be in Christchurch only and they are serving up the musical Sweeney Todd in September), they chose Mozart's evergreen Magic Flute in an English translation prepared by Kit Hesketh-Harvey.Read More