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The Magic Flute | LA Opera 2013/14 Season
 
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A celebration of true love conquering all, The Magic Flute transports us into an enchanted world where good faces the forces of darkness. Under the masterful baton of James Conlon, LA Opera presents the U.S. Production Premiere of a highly inventive staging that originated at the Komische Oper Berlin, created by director Barrie Kosky in combination with the British theater group "1927," whose humorous shows have thrilled audiences all over the world with their interaction between film animation and live-performing actors: "A perfect mixture of all the things worth loving: silent films, the cabaret of the Weimar Republic, David Lynch, and the brothers Grimm (The Guardian, UK)." Packed with exquisite singing and stage wizardry, Mozart's delightful blend of high comedy and serious drama enchants young and old alike. A production of the Komische Oper Berlin. Presented in co-production with Minnesota Opera.
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The Magic Flute | Komische Oper Berlin | Festival 2015 #1
 
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Mozart’s masterful comedy is richly reimagined in a boundary-busting production created by director Barrie Kosky and British theatre group 1927, blending animated film and live action in a spectacular kaleidoscope of 1920s silent movies, Weimar cabaret, the dark humour of Edward Gorey and German expressionism. The Magic Flute was performed as part of the 2015 Edinburgh International Festival. Find out more: http://eif.buzz/1T8Cxs6
The Magic Flute | Komische Oper Berlin | Festival 2015 #2
 
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A second look at Mozart’s masterful comedy is richly reimagined in a boundary-busting production created by director Barrie Kosky and British theatre group 1927, blending animated film and live action in a spectacular kaleidoscope of 1920s silent movies, Weimar cabaret, the dark humour of Edward Gorey and German expressionism. The Magic Flute was performed as part of the 2015 Edinburgh International Festival. Find out more: http://eif.buzz/1T8Cxs6
Die Zauberflöte | Trailer | Komische Oper Berlin
 
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Zur Produktion: http://www.komische-oper-berlin.de/spielplan/zauberfloete/ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart »Die Zauberflöte« Große Oper in zwei Aufzügen (1791) Libretto von Emanuel Schikaneder »Die Zauberflöte« der Komischen Oper Berlin, »eine köstlich-absurde Mischung aus Stumm- und Zeichentrickfilm« [Berliner Morgenpost], hat Furore gemacht, und das nicht nur in Berlin: Auch in Los Angeles, Minneapolis und an der Deutschen Oper am Rhein hat sie für euphorische Begeisterung bei Publikum und Presse gesorgt. »Barrie Kosky verwandelt die Zauberflöte in einen umwerfenden live-action cartoon, so hinreißend, dass jegliche Kritik verstummt.« [Los Angeles Times] »Man staunt über die Perfektion und lacht mit Verstand über den virtuos gezeichneten Witz jedes dieser Bilder … atemberaubend!« [taz]
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Mozart: Die Zauberflöte / Royal · Nagy · Rattle · Berliner Philharmoniker
 
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Full-length concert: http://www.digitalconcerthall.com/concert/3454/?a=youtube&c=true Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: "Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen" from Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) / Sir Simon Rattle, conductor · Berliner Philharmoniker · Kate Royal, soprano (Pamina) · Michael Nagy, baritone (Papageno) / Recorded at the Berlin Philharmonie, 7 April 2013. The Berliner Philharmoniker's Digital Concert Hall: http://www.digitalconcerthall.com Subscribe to our newsletter: http://www.digitalconcerthall.com/newsletter Website of the Berliner Philharmoniker: http://www.berliner-philharmoniker.de
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On DVD and Blu-ray: The Magic Flute / Sir Simon Rattle · Berliner Philharmoniker
 
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Order now at http://www.berliner-philharmoniker.de/shop Outstanding singers, the star director Robert Carsen, and the Berliner Philharmoniker under the direction of chief conductor Sir Simon Rattle: It was in every respect a memorable performance of Mozart's Magic Flute, with which the Berliner Philharmoniker opened their Easter Festival in Baden-Baden this March. The production is now available in our online shop on DVD and Blu-ray Disc. Herausragende Sänger, Star-Regisseur Robert Carsen, dazu die Berliner Philharmoniker unter Leitung von Chefdirigent Sir Simon Rattle: Es war eine in jeder Hinsicht denkwürdige Aufführung von Mozarts Zauberflöte, mit der die Berliner Philharmoniker im vergangenen März ihre Osterfestspiele in Baden-Baden eröffneten. Die Interpretation ist nun in unserem Online-Shop auf DVD und Blu-ray Disc erhältlich. The Berliner Philharmoniker's Digital Concert Hall: http://www.digital-concert-hall.com Subscribe to our newsletter: http://www.digitalconcerthall.com/newsletter Website of the Berliner Philharmoniker: http://www.berliner-philharmoniker.de
The queen of the night (The Magic Flute, Mozart)
 
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Roberto Paternostro, Sumi Jo, Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra - The Magic Flute, Mozart - Queen of the Night (aria).
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Thomas Quasthoff: Mozart - Papageno's Aria from "Die Zauberflöte"
 
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A Mozart Gala from the Berlin State Opera (Deutsche Staatsoper) Thomas Quasthoff - baritone Staatskapelle Berlin Julien Salemkour - conductor Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Papageno's Aria from "Die Zauberflöte" Watch the full concert: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcJh6q1LFMU&list=PLBjoEdEVMABLzF6uwYF8cITMIFeF4DyhM
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ENFIELD CITADEL BAND OVERTURE 'THE MAGIC FLUTE' - MOZART
 
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Clarence Adoo Trust Concert at URC Stockton Tees.
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La flauta màgica (2015/16): Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen
 
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Olga Pudova en el rol de Reina de la Nit interpreta la famosa ària "Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen" en la producció de ' La flauta màgica' de W. A. Mozart de la Komischer Oper Berlin i la formació 1927 amb direcció escènica de Suzanne Andrade i Barrie Kosky, i direcció musical d'Henrik Nánási. Maureen McKay interpreta el rol de Pamina. DIRECCIÓ MUSICAL Henrik Nánási DIRECCIÓ D’ESCENA Suzanne Andrade, Barrie Kosky VIDEOCREACIÓ Paul Barritt CONCEPTE «1927» (Suzanne Andrade i Paul Barritt) i Barrie Kosky ESCENOGRAFIA I VESTUARI Esther Bialas DRAMATÚRGIA Ulrich Lenz IL·LUMINACIÓ Diego Leetz PRODUCCIÓ Komische Oper Berlín Orquestra Simfònica i Cor del Gran Teatre del Liceu
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Die Zauberflöte Komische Oper Berlin | Trailer
 
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Rauchschwaden, die sich zu Bildern formen - Blumen, die wie von Zauberhand im Zeitraffer wachsen -- Elefanten, die in Cocktailgläsern schwimmen -- fliegende Flöten, tanzende Glöckchen ... Nichts ist unmöglich in der neuen Zauberflöte an der Komischen Oper Berlin, die Intendant Barrie Kosky gemeinsam mit der britischen Theatertruppe »1927« inszeniert. Als »eine Mischung aus Alexander Rodtschenko und Tim Burton, Charles Dickens und Fritz Lang, dem Stummfilm des beginnenden 20. Jahrhunderts und dem Comicroman des 21. Jahrhunderts« bezeichnete der Guardian die letzte Show von »1927«, und der Kritiker des Telegraph wollte noch Otto Dix, George Grosz, Buster Keaton und den amerikanischen Illustrator Edward Gorey hinzugefügt wissen. Derlei Vergleiche aber geben nur eine ungefähre Ahnung von den ebenso eigenwilligen wie eigenartigen Fantasiewelten, die Suzanne Andrade und Paul Barritt, die künstlerischen Köpfe von »1927«, aus der Verbindung von Filmanimation und live agierenden Akteuren erschaffen. Eine riesige Hand packt eine Figur beim Kopf und lässt sie in endlose Tiefen fallen, Menschen rennen durch endlose, expressionistisch verzerrte Häuserschluchten, Schreie werden zu riesigen Buchstabengebilden -- die Shows von »1927« wirken wie zum Leben erweckte riesige Comic-Collagen. Ihre Bildwelten sorgen für Begeisterung, und das weltweit: Mit ihren beiden Shows »Between the devil and the deep blue sea« und »The animals and children took to the streets« haben sie nicht nur zahlreiche Preise gewonnen, sondern sind um den halben Erdball getourt, von den Vereinigten Staaten bis Neuseeland, von Nigeria bis Südkorea. Ihre so besondere, immer wieder auch von Musik unterstützte Art des Geschichten-Erzählens verzaubert Menschen unmittelbar und über mögliche Sprachbarrieren hinweg. Da scheint der Schritt zur Oper die logische Konsequenz. Und welches Stück würde sich besser anbieten als die seltsamste und gleichzeitig vielleicht fantasievollste aller Opern, Mozarts Zauberflöte? Und welcher Ort wäredazu geeigneter als gerade Berlin? Denn zu Recht bezeichnet der eingangs zitierte Kritiker des Telegraph Berlin als das heimliche »geistige Zuhause« von »1927«. 1927 ist eben nicht nur das Jahr des ersten Tonfilms in Amerika (The Jazz Singer mit Al Jolson), sondern auch das Jahr der Uraufführung von Fritz Langs Science fiction Klassiker Metropolis in Berlin, nur eines von vielen Beispielen der blühenden Filmkultur Berlins in den 1920er Jahren, die mit ihrer experimentellen Kreativität Maßstäbe für die weitere Entwicklung des Films setzte -- und das in den unterschiedlichsten Genres: Während Robert Wienes Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari von 1920 und Friedrich Murnaus Nosferatu von 1922 als Prototypen des Horrorfilms gelten, präsentierte Lotte Reiniger 1923 mit Die Abenteuer des Prinzen Achmed den ersten abendfüllenden Animationsfilm der Filmgeschichte. www.komische-oper-berlin.de
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The Making of the Magic Flute
 
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The Making of the Magic Flute recording by René Jacobs This recording represents in a sense the accomplishment of René Jacobs's Mozartian enterprise: after showing us another way of looking at the Da Ponte trilogy and taking a profoundly innovative approach to the two great opere serie (Idomeneo and La clemenza di Tito), he has now set out to harmonise the multitude of viewpoints exposed more or clearly in Die Zauberflöte, ranging far beyond its Masonic rituals and mixture of dramatic genres. As a result, Mozart's most "nocturnal" work is illuminated as if by . . . magic.
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DIE TOTE STADT Korngold - Komische Oper Berlin
 
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This is the subtitled version of the production streamed live on OperaVision on 30 September 2018 at 19:00 CET. It will be available for 6 months: http://bit.ly/toteStadtEN. Following the death of his young wife, a widower has isolated himself from the outside world. He lives solely for her memory, until one day he encounters a dancer who looks remarkably familiar. Working together with the new General Music Director Ainārs Rubiķis, Canadian star director Robert Carsen stages his début production at the Komische Oper Berlin with Korngold’s musical psycho-thriller, one of the greatest hits of the 1920s. CAST Paul : Aleš Briscein Marietta/Marie's Apparition : Sara Jakubiak Frank, Paul's Friend/Fritz, the Pierrot: Günter Papendell Brigitta, Paul's Housekeeper: Maria Fiselier Juliette, Dancer: Georgina Melville, Marta Mika Victorin, the Director: Adrian Strooper Count Albert: Ivan Turšić Chorus: Soloists of the Komische Oper Berlin Chorus Music: Erich Wolfgang Korngold Conductor: Ainārs Rubiķis Director: Robert Carsen Set Designer: Michael Levine Costume Designer: Petra Reinhardt Choreographer: Rebecca Howell Lighting Designer: Robert Carsen, Peter van Praet Chorus Master: David Cavelius Dramaturg: Maximilian Hagemeyer Video Director: Will Duke Dancers: Kai Braithwaite, Michael Fernandez, Hunter Jaques, Shane Dickson, Danilo Brunetti, Daniel Ojeda, Paul Gerritsen, Lorenzo Soragni Children's Chorus Master: Dagmar Fiebach SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE WEBSITE https://operavision.eu/ FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/OperaVisionEU/ TWITTER https://twitter.com/OperaVision_EU INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/OperaVision.EU/
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Magic Flute overture- Mozart - Muti - Wiener philharmoniker
 
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Magic Flute overture at the Salzburg festival 2006. Mozart Wiener philharmoniker directed by Riccardo Muti
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Die Zauberflöte by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
 
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The Berlin Opera Academy July 19, 2017 • Berlin, Germany
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Magic Flute Overture - Mozart Flute Choir
 
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EVHS Flute Choir May 2017 Arrangement: Magic Flute Overture Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Arrangment by: Unknown Sheet music from 8notes.com
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【Strawberry Alice】Komische Oper Berlin: Mozart: Die Zauberflöte, curtain call, Shanghai, 12/9/2015.
 
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Komische Oper Berlin: Mozart: Die Zauberflöte, curtain call, Shanghai Grand Theatre, 12/9/2015. 柏林喜歌剧院:莫扎特 歌剧《魔笛》 Mozart Opera: The Magic Flute - 谢幕,上海大剧院, 12/9/2015. Sina weibo: StrawberryAlice , Facebook: Apple Alice (Strawberry Alice)
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The Magic Flute Trailer
 
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The November 2013 presentation of Mozart's THE MAGIC FLUTE will now be the U.S. premiere of a highly imaginative staging that originated at the Komische Oper in Berlin. The concept for the production was developed by Australian director Barrie Kosky and the British theater company 1927, founded by animator/filmmaker Bill Barritt and writer/performer Suzanne Andrade. Emerging in 2005 from the London cabaret scene, 1927 specializes in mixing live performance and music with pre-recorded animation and film. The company's aesthetic has been described as "a perfect combination of all the things worth loving: silent movies, Weimar cabaret, David Lynch and the Brothers Grimm" (The Guardian, UK).
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Der Hölle Rache (The Magic Flute, Queen of the Night, second aria)
 
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Jennifer O'Loughlin in Mozart's "The Magic Flute": Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen. More information at http://mnop.co/flute
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Mozart's THE MAGIC FLUTE | Teaser
 
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operaphila.org - Suzanne Andrade and Barrie Kosky's innovative production from Komische Oper Berlin presents Mozart’s THE MAGIC FLUTE in a style that evokes a meeting between 1920s silent movies and David Lynch, with the singers performing amidst fanciful animated projections. This production makes its exclusive East Coast appearance at the Academy of Music as part of Opera Philadelphia's annual festival, O17, in September 2017. A production of the Komische Oper Berlin.
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Mozart - Die Zauberflöte/The Magic Flute/La Flûte enchantée (reference recording : Karl Bohm)
 
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) - Die Zauberflöte KV 620 1-Ouvertüre (00:00) Act 1 2- Introduktion : « Zu Hilfe! Zu Hilfe! » (7:13) 3- Arie : « Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja » (14:17) 4- Arie : « Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schön » (20:05) 5- Rezitativ und Arie : « O zittre nicht, mein lieber Sohn! » (25:27) 6- Quintett : « Hm, hm, hm » (30:52) 7- Terzett : « Du feines Täubchen, nur herein! » (37:19) 8- Duett : « Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen » (40:29) 9- Finale : « Zum Ziele führt dich diese Bahn » (43:46) 10- Wie stark ist nicht dein Zauberton » (54:11) 11- Schnelle FüBe, rascher Mut » (57:30) 12- Es lebe Sarastro, Sarastro soll leben! (1:01:37) Act 2 13- Marsch der Priester (1:09:41) 14- Arie mit Chor : « O Isis und Osiris » (1:13:25) 15- Duett : « Bewahret euch vor Weibertücken » (1:18:17) 16- Quintett : « Wie? Wie? Wie? Ihr an diesem Schreckensort ? » (1:19:25) 17- Arie : « Alles fühlt der Liebe Freuden » (1:23:30) 18- Arie : « Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen » (1:25:10) more famous passage 19- Arie : « In diesen heil’gen Hallen » (1:28:55) 20- Terzett : « Seid uns zum zweitenmal willkommen » (1:34:46) 21- Arie : « Ach, ich fühl’s, es ist verschwunden » (1:37:40) 22- Chor der Priester : « O Isis und Osiris » (1:42:10) 23- Terzett : « Soll ich dich, Teurer, nicht mehr sehn? » (1:45:49) 24- Arie : « Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen wünscht Papageno sich! » (1:50:00) Finale : 25- « Bald prangt, den Morgen zu verkünden » (1:54:54) 26- « Der, welcher wandert diese StraBe voll Beschwerden » (2:01:21) 27- « Tamina mein! O welch ein Glück! » (2:06:46) 28- « Papagena, Papagena, Papagena! Weibchen! Täubchen! » (2:13:50) 29- « Nur stille, stille, stille! » (2:22:00) 30- « Die Strahlen der Sonne vertreiben die Nacht » (2:24:15) Main actors / Acteurs principaux Sarastro : Franz Crass Königin der Nacht/The Queen of the Night : Roberta Peters Pamina : Evelyn Lear Tamino : Fritz Wunderlich Papageno : Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau Papagena : Lisa Otto Sprecher/Speaker : Hans Hotter Berliner Philharmoniker Karl Böhm Stéréo Recording in 1964 Deutsche Grammophon Mozart - Die Zauberflöte / The Magic Flute KV 620 (reference recording : W.Furtwängler 1949) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0CRXC6FuZDc&list=PL3UZpQL9LIxMe6H3Sfn2lvPVFzrvhhPO7&index=11&t=5032s Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart PLAYLIST (reference recordings) https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3UZpQL9LIxMe6H3Sfn2lvPVFzrvhhPO7 Click to buy the CD : https://www.amazon.com/Mozart-Die-Zauberfl%C3%B6te-2-CDs/dp/B0015ZNNEE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1518006011&sr=8-1&keywords=bohm+mozart+zauberflote
Mozarts Opera Plays Underground, Berlin
 
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ANCHOR: Perhaps one of the most famous Opera's in the world is coming to Berlin's Underground. "The Magic Flute" and the renowned Berlin Symphony Orchestra and Ensemble are in full preparations and dress rehearsals. Lets take a look. STORY: Berlin's new underground station "Bundestag", has never been used by trains and passengers before. But it has already inspired many artists to hold events, and this is the first time an opera has been performed there. And it's not only the location that's new. The whole opera takes place in modern times, which is very different from Mozart's original version. Dobisch, the Queen of the Night, who sings what is perhaps the most famous aria in the world, believes that the Berlin underground is a very appropriate place for the new version of the Magic Flute. [Darleen Ann Dobisch, Soprano]: "As far as a reflection on today's world, I mean, Berlin is so tied in with the U-Bahn, the S-Bahn, the subway here. I mean when I'm in Berlin I never drive because it's just senseless. You just take the subway. So I think this is a place where lots of people from different classes, from different areas of life, different walks of life, meet. We don't know each other but it's a place. It's like the Volksoper. It's like the opera for the folk. So I don't see why not." "The Magic Flute in the Underground" premieres in Berlin on Saturday.
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Herbert Von Karajan: Mozart - Overture, 'Die Zauberflöte'
 
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Herbert von Karajan (German pronunciation: [ˈhɛɐbɛɐt fɔn ˈkaʁaˌjan]; born Heribert, Ritter von Karajan; 5 April 1908 – 16 July 1989) was an Austrian conductor. He was principal conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic for 35 years. He is generally regarded as one of the greatest conductors of the 20th century, and he was a dominant figure in European classical music from the mid-1950s until his death. Part of the reason for this was the large number of recordings he made and their prominence during his lifetime. By one estimate he was the top-selling classical music recording artist of all time, having sold an estimated 200 million records. Karajan was born in Salzburg, Austria-Hungary, as Heribert Ritter von Karajan. He was a child prodigy at the piano. From 1916 to 1926, he studied at the Mozarteum in Salzburg with Franz Ledwenke, theory with Franz Zauer, and composition with Bernhard Paumgartner. He was encouraged to concentrate on conducting by Paumgartner, who detected his exceptional promise in that regard. In 1926 Karajan graduated from the conservatory and continued his studies at the Vienna Academy, studying piano with Josef Hofmann (a teacher with the same name as the pianist) and conducting with Alexander Wunderer and Franz Schalk. In 1929, he conducted Salome at the Festspielhaus in Salzburg and from 1929 to 1934 Karajan served as Kapellmeister at the Stadttheater in Ulm. His senior colleague in Ulm was Otto Schulmann. After Schulmann was forced to leave Germany in 1933, Karajan became first Kapellmeister. Karajan's career was given a significant boost in 1935 when he was appointed Germany's youngest Generalmusikdirektor and performed as a guest conductor in Bucharest, Brussels, Stockholm, Amsterdam and Paris. In 1938 Karajan made his debut with the Berlin Philharmonic and the Berlin State Opera, conducting Fidelio. He then enjoyed a major success at the State Opera with Tristan und Isolde. Karajan joined the Nazi Party in Salzburg on 8 April 1933; his membership number was 1,607,525. In June 1933, the Nazi Party was outlawed by the Austrian government. However, Karajan's membership was valid until 1939. In that year the former Austrian members were verified by the general office of the Nazi Party. Karajan's membership was declared invalid but his accession to the party was retroactively determined to have been on 1 May 1933. Karajan's prominence increased from 1933 to 1945, which has led to speculation that he joined the Nazi Party solely to advance his music career. In 1946, Karajan gave his first post-war concert in Vienna with the Vienna Philharmonic, but he was banned from further conducting activities by the Soviet occupation authorities because of his Nazi party membership. That summer he participated anonymously in the Salzburg Festival. In 1949, Karajan became artistic director of the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, Vienna. He also conducted at La Scala in Milan. in 1951 and 1952, he conducted at the Bayreuth Festspielhaus. In 1956, he was appointed principal conductor for life of the Berlin Philharmonic as successor to Wilhelm Furtwängler. He conducted and recorded prolifically, mainly with the Berlin Philharmonic and the Vienna Philharmonic. Although he conducted other orchestras (including the NHK Symphony Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, the Concertgebouw Orchestra, the Orchestre de Paris and the Orchestra of La Scala, Milan) the vast majority of his recordings were made with the Berlin and Vienna orchestras with which he was most associated. He also left a considerable legacy of recordings with the Philharmonia Orchestra, his last performance being in 1960. Although he made recordings with several labels, notably EMI, it is Deutsche Grammophon with which he became most associated. He made 330 recordings with the label during his career. In his later years, Karajan suffered from heart and back problems, needing surgery on the latter. He increasingly came into conflict with his orchestra for an all-controlling dictatorial style of conducting that had vanished from use everywhere else. Karajan resigned as the Principal Conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic on April 24, 1989. His last concert was Bruckner's 7th Symphony with the Vienna Philharmonic. He died of a heart attack in his home in Anif[1] on 16 July 1989 at the age of 81... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herbert_von_Karajan A link to this wonderful artists personal website: http://www.allmusic.com/artist/herbert-von-karajan-mn0000031181/discography I send my kind and warm regards, Please Enjoy!
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Mozart - Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) K 620
 
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) K 620 For more: http://www.melhoresmusicasclassicas.blogspot.com
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THE MAGIC FLUTE (Die Zauberflöte) - Festspielhaus Baden-Baden
 
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MY SCREENEVENT & EuroArts Music are happy to announce a new highlight of the Berliner Philharmoniker taking place on Easter Monday, 1st of April 2013, staring a world-class ensemble: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozarts "Die Zauberflöte" ("The Magic Flute") live in Cinema. A musical comedy in two acts after a libretto of Emanuel Schikaneder together with the Berliner Philharmoniker. LIVE from the Easter Festival Baden-Baden 2013 on Monday, 1st April 2013 at 6:00 pm CET. The main focus of the Easter Festival 2013, held for the first time with the Berliner Philharmoniker at the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, will be on the four performances of Mozart's opera "The Magic Flute" conducted by Sir Simon Rattle. SIR SIMON RATTLE (Conductor) / ROBERT CARSEN (Direction) / MICHAEL LEVINE (Stage) / ROBERT-CARSEN & PETER VAN PRAET (Lightdesign) / PETRA REINHARDT (Costume Design) / BERLINER PHILHARMONIKER & RUNDFUNKCHOR BERLIN ANA DURLOVSKI (Queen of the Night) / DIMITRY IVASHCHENKO (Sarastro) / PAVOL BRESLIK (Tamino) / KATE ROYAL (Pamina) / MICHAEL NAGY (Papageno) / REGULA MÜHLEMANN (Papagena) / ANNICK MASSIS (First Lady) / MAGDALENA KOŽENÁ (Second Lady) / NATHALIE STUTZMANN (Third Lady) / JOSÉ VAN DAM (Speaker) Length: approx. 230 min. (including intermission)
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My Thoughts on Mozart's The Magic Flute live from Deutsche Oper Berlin
 
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Here it is, another review of a personal favourite opera of mine that was shown at the Deutsche Oper Berlin. I talk about the aspects I like about this production, things that question me about it and things about it that I don't care for. I also give my opinion on the singer and the conductor himself. This review is also dedicated to soprano Lisa Otto, who passed away at the age of 94 two days ago. May she rest in peace. I hope you all enjoy this review and feedback is appreciated.
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Behind-the-Scenes: The Magic Flute (2014) Makeup
 
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A celebration of true love conquering all, The Magic Flute transports us into an enchanted world where good faces the forces of darkness. Under the masterful baton of James Conlon, LA Opera presents a highly anticipated revival of a production that created a sensation in our 2013/14 season. Buy Tickers at www.LAOpera.org/Flute Director Barrie Kosky created the staging in combination with the British theater group “1927," whose humorous shows have thrilled audiences all over the world with their interaction between film animation and live-performing actors. Packed with exquisite singing and stage wizardry, Mozart's delightful blend of high comedy and serious drama enchants young and old alike.
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AF19 The Magic Flute
 
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“Artistic Masterworks” and “Crowd Pleasers” are categories that rarely intersect. Arguably, only once: in The Magic Flute. In 1791, long before anyone knew what demographics were, it crossed them all to become an instant hit and has remained so ever since. This staging by Barry Kosky and Suzanne Andrade (from 1927, the company that wowed Festival audiences with Golem in 2016) is marvelous in the true sense of the word. It manages to keep Mozart’s unique coin spinning so that we never fail to appreciate either of its dazzling sides: on a musical level it is sublime but its operatically game-changing blend of live action and animation make it endlessly delightful to audiences of all ages and experience. Drawing heavily on the imagery of 1920’s cartoons (Felix the Cat, Betty Boop) and the silent films of Weimar Germany (Murnau) and Hollywood (Buster Keaton) its dark edge is reminiscent of Tim Burton but always leavened by innocent warmth and flecked with unexpected touches that are laugh out loud funny. Book early! And if there are children in your life bring them too. IT'S A KNOCKOUT. https://www.adelaidefestival.com.au/?p=41359
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Mozart's THE MAGIC FLUTE | O17 Teaser
 
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operaphila.org - Suzanne Andrade and Barrie Kosky's innovative production from Komische Oper Berlin presents Mozart’s THE MAGIC FLUTE in a style that evokes a meeting between 1920s silent movies and David Lynch, with the singers performing amidst fanciful animated projections. This production makes its exclusive East Coast appearance at the Academy of Music as part of Opera Philadelphia's annual festival, O17, in September 2017. A production of the Komische Oper Berlin.
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Mozart - Die Zauberflöte / The Magic Flute KV 620  (reference recording : Wilhelm Furtwängler 1949)
 
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PLAYLIST : LOOK THE COMMENT The Magic Flute : A Masonic Opera The Magic Flute is not an opera with a conventional plot in the traditional sense, but a story about initiation. A convinced freemason, Mozart took his plot from the rites of the Masonic order itself and he turned the opera into an apology for the order, replete with all its symbols, but enriched with a number of infinitely more subtle dramatic elements : the many quarrels between Sarastro and the Queen of Night, the conflict between day and night; or between Man and Woman. All these themes are really variations on a central idea : Woman’s role in an ideal society. In this case, the ‘woman’ who is cast out as Queen of Night at the beginning of the opera, eventually regains her rightful place as Pamina, after a series of rites of initiation. On another level, The Magic Flute is the apotheosis of the age-old Platonic myth of the Golden Age where the struggle between God and Evil, Light and Darkness are resolved in favor of the former. The Opera is divided in two parts, each representing a series of rites that Tamino must undergo. In act I, the individual is prepared for initiation by a series of symbolic actions with climax in a symbolic death represented by fainting (in the case of Tamino: at the sight of a snake; of Pamina : when confronted by Monostatos). This symbolic death then leads to the rebirth of ‘’New'’ individual. Only then is the person in question worthy of initiation. Act II carries this initiation further, following the traditional Masonic rituals of tests by the Elements - trial by Earth, Air, Fire and Water. The overture is an outstanding example of how Mozart manages to express in music abstract philosophical concepts, without the help of words. The orchestra begins by sounding out a series of five chords, presented as long notes followed by short ones. We can find these same five notes at three other places in the opera : when the children make their first entrance; again in the final scene of act I, when Pamina faces Sarastro for the first entrance; again in the final scene of act I, when Pamina faces Sarastro for the first time: and finally, at the conclusion of Act II, when the Quenn of Night is swallowed up along with her followers. The number five has a very symbolic meaning in Masonic symbolism. Five represents the initiation of a woman, replacing the usual number three (representing male initiation) in a woman’s initiation ceremony. So, with its five-note motif, the opening notes represent Woman; the second motif of three notes represents Man. Once the key of these five introductory chords has been introduced, an adagio prolongs and ‘’comments’’ on them. This adagio describes darkness and chaos. To represent Man, Mozart used a symbol that works easily in musical terms: the number 3. This is the meaning behind these three chords repeated three times and central to the Adagio. So the overture first announces the world of Darkness and Ignorance (those five chords also happen to signify Woman) and then immediately contrasts it with Light, Knowledge and Man (the three-chord motif). These opposition between these two ‘’kingdoms’’ is the overture’s main idea : the first ‘kingdom’ is that of the Queen of Night, the second that of Sarastro. To claim that their struggle is that of Good an Evil is stretching things too far, because at no stage is it claimed that the Queen represents Evil. Night is darkness but not evil. In fact, The Magic Flute symbolically illustrates the conflict between these two universes, the masculine one and the feminine one, a conflict, which will only be resolved by union between the two after the necessary ritualistic purification. The key to making sense of the opera takes place in the second act. Pamina’s mother tells her a story, which is described but never explained. If the opera starts on an outrageous misogynous tone, it slowly develops towards the idea of Woman’s redemption. The basic theme is therefore the conflict between the two sexes, a conflict that will resolve itself in the mystery of the couple’s relationship. Man and Woman must first of all find one another : once they have, they must go beyond gender through a series of trials that will make eventually them worthy of their new condition. Complicated in appearance, the action is really quite simple : it shows, in a symbolic way, how Man and Woman, guided by wise men, will attain the wisdom of a couple, which is necessary if the Golden Age is ever to arrive and Woman be redeemed. The Magic Flute was never a silly fable, as many have said. On the contrary, it is the forerunner of symbolic theatre, which was to be carried further in Parsifal and reached its apogee in Palleas et Mélisande. We can always meditate on Mozart’s music, but if we look beyond simple religious dogma, The Magic Flute is the most sublime form of religious expression of its time. Myriam Scherchen #WilhelmFurtwanglerReference
THE MAGIC FLUTE Mozart - Garsington Opera
 
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A handsome prince falls in love with an abducted princess. Armed with musical instruments, he and his singing sidekick mount a rescue mission that tests their commitment to truth, love and humanity itself. This colourful and quirky new production of Mozart’s final opera is directed and designed by Netia Jones. The performance stars Louise Alder, winner of the Dame Joan Sutherland Audience Prize at the 2017 BBC Cardiff Singer of the World, in the role of Pamina. Streamed on OperaVision on 14 September 2018 at 19:00 CET and for 6 months: http://bit.ly/MagicFluteEN CAST Pamina: Louise Alder Tamino: Benjamin Hulett Papageno: Jonathan McGovern Sarastro: James Creswell Queen of the Night: Sen Guo First Lady: Katherine Crompton Second Lady: Marta Fontanals-Simmons Third Lady: Katie Stevenson Monostatos: Adrian Thompson Speaker: Richard Burkhard Papagena: Lara Marie Müller Elder: Adam Temple-Smith Elder: James Ioelu First Boy: Lucas Rebato Second Boy: Freddie Jemison Third Boy: Dionysios Sevastakis Red Priest (silent): Stuart Thorn Chorus: Garsington Opera Chorus Orchestra: Garsington Opera Orchestra Music: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Text: Emanuel Schikaneder Conductor: Christian Curnyn Director: Netia Jones Designer: Netia Jones Lighting Designer: Mark Jonathan SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE WEBSITE https://operavision.eu/ FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/OperaVisionEU/ TWITTER https://twitter.com/OperaVision_EU INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/OperaVision.EU/
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CZARODZIEJSKI FLET / THE MAGIC FLUTE - trailer
 
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart CZARODZIEJSKI FLET Opera w dwóch aktach Prapremiera: 30/09/1791, Wiedeń Premiera tej inscenizacji: 25/11/2012, Berlin Polska premiera: 11/12/2016 Produkcja: Komische Oper, Berlin Dyrygenci: Andriy Yurkevych, Piotr Staniszewski Reżyseria: Suzanne Andrade, Barrie Kosky Koncepcja: „1927” (Suzanne Andrade, Paul Barritt), Barrie Kosky Animacje: Paul Barritt Scenografia i kostiumy: Esther Bialas Dramaturg: Ulrich Lenz Reżyseria świateł: Diego Leetz Realizacja oryginalnej inscenizacji: Tobias Ribitzki Przygotowanie chóru: Mirosław Janowski Przygotowanie solistów z chóru dziecięcego: Danuta Chmurska --- Więcej na: http://teatrwielki.pl/repertuar/kalendarium/2016-2017/czarodziejski-flet/ Realizacja: Komische Oper, Berlin [ENGLISH] Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart The Magic Flute Opera in two acts Libretto: Emanuel Schikaneder World premiere: 30 September 1791, Vienna Production's premiere: 25 November 2012, Berlin Polish premiere: 11 December 2016 Production: Komische Oper, Berlin Conductors: Andriy Yurkevych, Piotr Staniszewski Directors: Suzanne Andrade, Barrie Kosky Concept: „1927” (Suzanne Andrade, Paul Barritt), Barrie Kosky Animations: Paul Barritt Set and costume design: Esther Bialas Dramaturgy: Ulrich Lenz Lightning design: Diego Leetz Staging of the original production: Tobias Ribitzki Chorus Master: Mirosław Janowski Preparation of the boy soloists: Danuta Chmurska --- Find more: http://teatrwielki.pl/en/repertoire/calendar/2016-2017/the-magic-flute/ Video Credits: Komische Oper, Berlin
The Magic Flute, Duluth, Symphony Hall, October 31
 
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More information at http://www.mnopera.org/event/the-magic-flute-in-duluth/. Not only is this groundbreaking new production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute a part of our 2015–2016 season at Ordway in St. Paul, but we are also presenting one special matinee performance at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center Symphony Hall, Saturday, October 31, 2015 at 2pm. Mozart’s timeless comedy sprouts wings and flies in this boundary-busting production byKomische Oper Berlin and the British theater group 1927. Fantastical, highly stylized and synchronized animation sets a surreal stage upon which a quirky cast of characters explore love, truth and the pursuit of enlightenment. Minnesota Opera remounts the show that thrilled audiences of all ages and still has the critics talking. For a show synopsis, production photos, videos and more, visit mnop.co/flute. Presented in co-production with LA Opera. Preliminary run time of 2 hours and 41 minutes, including one 20-minute intermission. Sung in German with English translations projected above the stage.
Views: 696 Minnesota Opera
W.A. Mozart: Die Zauberflöte, Baden Baden
 
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The main focus of the Easter Festival 2013, held for the first time with the Berliner Philharmoniker at the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, will be on the four performances of Mozart's opera "The Magic Flute" conducted by Sir Simon Rattle. The principal roles are sung by Ana Durlovski (Queen of the Night), Pavol Breslik (Tamino), Kate Royal (Pamina), Michael Nagy (Papageno) and Regula Mühlemann (Papagena). The "Three Ladies" are also portrayed by prominent performers, namely Annick Massis, Magdalena Kožená and Nathalie Stutzmann. José van Dam functions as narrator and Canadian artist and seasoned opera director Robert Carsen is in charge of directing REPERTOIRE: W.A. Mozart: Die Zauberflöte - The Magic Flute ORCHESTRA: Berliner Philharmoniker CONDUCTOR: Sir Simon Rattle PERFORMERS: Berliner Rundfunkchor, Ana Durlovski, Dimitry Ivashchenko, Pavol Breslik, Kate Royal, Michael Nagy, Regula Mühlemann, Annick Massis, Magdalena Kožená, Nathalie Stutzmann, José van Dam
Views: 10072 EuroArtsChannel
La flauta màgica (2015/16): Pa-pa-pa
 
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El duet de Papageno (Tom Erik Lie) i Papagena (Julia Giebel) de 'La flauta màgica' de Mozart en la producció de la Komische Oper de Berlín amb la formació teatral britànica 1927. DIRECCIÓ MUSICAL Henrik Nánási DIRECCIÓ D’ESCENA Suzanne Andrade, Barrie Kosky VIDEOCREACIÓ Paul Barritt CONCEPTE «1927» (Suzanne Andrade i Paul Barritt) i Barrie Kosky ESCENOGRAFIA I VESTUARI Esther Bialas DRAMATÚRGIA Ulrich Lenz IL·LUMINACIÓ Diego Leetz PRODUCCIÓ Komische Oper Berlín Orquestra Simfònica i Cor del Gran Teatre del Liceu
Views: 6827 LiceuOperaBarcelona
The Magic Flute Trailer (Minnesota Opera)
 
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More information at http://mnop.co/flute Mozart's masterful comedy is richly reimagined in a boundary-busting production created by director Barrie Kosky and British theatre group 1927. Connecting the tale's enduring meaning with modern metaphor, this extraordinary staging has thrilled audiences with its stunning interaction between film animation and live performance. A production of the Komische Oper Berlin. Presented in co-production with LA Opera.
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The Magic Flute: Opera Insights
 
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Mozart’s timeless comedy sprouts wings and flies in this boundary-busting production by Komische Oper Berlin and the British theater group 1927. Fantastical animation, synchronized with live performance, sets a surreal stage upon which a quirky cast of characters explore love, truth and the pursuit of enlightenment. Minnesota Opera remounts the show that thrilled audiences of all ages and still has the critics talking. Nov. 14 - 22, 2015 at the Ordway Music Theater. Purchase tickets at mnopera.org or call 612-333-6669. $25-200.
Views: 1640 Minnesota Opera
The Magic Flute: March Of The Priests
 
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Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Mozart: Die Zauberflote (The Magic Flute), Volume 2 Buylinks https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/mozart-magic-flute-die-zauberflote/id422976515 http://www.amazon.com/Mozart-Zauberflote-Magic-Flute-Volume/dp/B0035VQPJG Tracklist 1.The Magic Flute: March Of The Priests - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra 2.The Magic Flute: "O Isis und Osiris" - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Wihelm Strienz 3.The Magic Flute: "Bewahret euch vor Weibertucken" - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Ernst Fabbry 4.The Magic Flute: "Wie? Wie? Wie?" - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Gerhard Husch, Helge Roswaenge 5.The Magic Flute: "Alles fuhlt der Liebe Freuden" - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Heinrich Tessmer 6.The Magic Flute: "Der Holle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen" - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Erna Berger 7.The Magic Flute: "In diesen heil'gen Hallen" - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Wihelm Strienz 8.The Magic Flute: "Seid uns zum zweiten mal willkommen" - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Helge Roswaenge, Tiana Lemnitz 9.The Magic Flute: "Ach, ich fuhl's, es ist verschwunden" - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Tiana Lemnitz 10.The Magic Flute: "O Isis und Osiris, welche Wonne!" - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra 11.The Magic Flute: "Soll ich dich, Teurer, nich mehr sehn" - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Helge Roswaenge, Tiana Lemnitz, Wihelm Strienz 12.The Magic Flute: "Ein Madchen oder Weibchen" - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Gerhard Husch 13.The Magic Flute: "Bald prangt, den Morgen zu verkunden" - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra 14.The Magic Flute: "Der, welcher wandert diese Strabe" - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Helge Roswaenge, Tiana Lemnitz 15.The Magic Flute: "Tamino mein! O welch'ein Gluck!" - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Helge Roswaenge, Tiana Lemnitz 16.The Magic Flute: "Triumph! Triumph! Du edles Paar!" - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra 17.The Magic Flute: "Papagena! Papagena! Papagena!" - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Gerhard Husch 18.The Magic Flute: "Klinget, Glockchen, klinget!" - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Gerhard Husch 19.The Magic Flute: "Pa-Pa-Pa-Pa" - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Gerhard Husch 20.The Magic Flute: "Nur stille, stille, stille" - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra 21.The Magic Flute: "Die Strahlen der Sonne" - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Wihelm Strienz
Views: 17467 ClassicalMomentsRec
Mozart: Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute). Östman, Bonney, Jo, Streit, Cachemaille
 
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W. A. Mozart, Die Zauberflöte, K 620 Sumi Jo (Königin der Nacht), soprano Kristinn Sigmundsson (Sarastro), bass Barbara Bonney (Pamina), soprano Kurt Streit (Tamino), tenor Lillian Watson (Papagena), soprano Gilles Cachemaille (Papageno), bass Martin Petzold (Monostatos), tenor Arnold Östman conducting the Drottningholm Court Theatre Orchestra (on period instruments) and Drottningholm Court Theatre Chorus Buy the CD here: http://www.arkivmusic.com/classical/album.jsp?album_id=513865
Views: 12613 Muzikay
Karl Böhm conducts Mozart Overtures - The Magic Flute
 
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Music transferred from the Vinyl LP DG 2535 229 (originally released in 1967) Karl Böhm with the Berlin Philharmonic
Views: 2509 itywltmt
Mozart Queen of the Night aria from The Magic Flute (Lucia Popp)
 
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Mozart's Queen of the Night aria "Der Hölle Rache Kocht In Meinem Herzen" ("Hell's vengeance boils in my heart") from Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute), sung by Lucia Popp, with the Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Otto Klemperer, recorded in 1964.
Mozart Magic Flute Overture
 
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Mozart Magic Flute Overture USC chamber Orchestra Sey Ahn, conductor January 20, 2011
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The Magic Flute: "Alles fühlt der Liebe Freuden" (John Robert Lindsey)
 
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Mozart’s timeless comedy sprouts wings and flies in this boundary-busting production by Komische Oper Berlin and the British theater group 1927. Fantastical animation, synchronized with live performance, sets a surreal stage upon which a quirky cast of characters explore love, truth and the pursuit of enlightenment. Minnesota Opera remounts the show that thrilled audiences of all ages and still has the critics talking. Nov. 14 - 22, 2015 at the Ordway Music Theater. Purchase tickets at mnopera.org or call 612-333-6669. $25-200.
Views: 3837 Minnesota Opera
The Magic Flute: "Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schön" (Julien Behr)
 
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Mozart’s timeless comedy sprouts wings and flies in this boundary-busting production by Komische Oper Berlin and the British theater group 1927. Fantastical animation, synchronized with live performance, sets a surreal stage upon which a quirky cast of characters explore love, truth and the pursuit of enlightenment. Minnesota Opera remounts the show that thrilled audiences of all ages and still has the critics talking. Nov. 14 - 22, 2015 at the Ordway Music Theater. Purchase tickets at mnopera.org or call 612-333-6669. $25-200.
Views: 1195 Minnesota Opera
CZARODZIEJSKI FLET / THE MAGIC FLUTE - making of
 
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart CZARODZIEJSKI FLET Opera w dwóch aktach Prapremiera: 30/09/1791, Wiedeń Premiera tej inscenizacji: 25/11/2012, Berlin Polska premiera: 11/12/2016 Produkcja: Komische Oper, Berlin Dyrygenci: Andriy Yurkevych, Piotr Staniszewski Reżyseria: Suzanne Andrade, Barrie Kosky Koncepcja: „1927” (Suzanne Andrade, Paul Barritt), Barrie Kosky Animacje: Paul Barritt Scenografia i kostiumy: Esther Bialas Dramaturg: Ulrich Lenz Reżyseria świateł: Diego Leetz Realizacja oryginalnej inscenizacji: Tobias Ribitzki Przygotowanie chóru: Mirosław Janowski Przygotowanie solistów z chóru dziecięcego: Danuta Chmurska --- Więcej na: http://teatrwielki.pl/repertuar/kalendarium/2016-2017/czarodziejski-flet/ Realizacja: Komische Oper, Berlin [ENGLISH] Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart The Magic Flute Opera in two acts Libretto: Emanuel Schikaneder World premiere: 30 September 1791, Vienna Production's premiere: 25 November 2012, Berlin Polish premiere: 11 December 2016 Production: Komische Oper, Berlin Conductors: Andriy Yurkevych, Piotr Staniszewski Directors: Suzanne Andrade, Barrie Kosky Concept: „1927” (Suzanne Andrade, Paul Barritt), Barrie Kosky Animations: Paul Barritt Set and costume design: Esther Bialas Dramaturgy: Ulrich Lenz Lightning design: Diego Leetz Staging of the original production: Tobias Ribitzki Chorus Master: Mirosław Janowski Preparation of the boy soloists: Danuta Chmurska --- Find more: http://teatrwielki.pl/en/repertoire/calendar/2016-2017/the-magic-flute/ Video Credits: Komische Oper, Berlin
Berlin Graffiti & "Light Blue" by Martin Schuster’s Magic Flute Quartett
 
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Light Blue (M. Schuster) - Martin Schuster’s Magic Flute Quartett live in der 1994 Kresslesmühle Augsburg Graffiti-Fotografien: Martin Schuster Bei einem Berlin-Besuch im Oktober 2014 sind die Bilder entstanden. Berlin ist voller farbenprächtiger Kunstwerke an den Resten der Mauer und an Hauswänden in der ganzen Stadt. Martin Schuster - flute Marcus Langguth - guitar Andy Bauer - bass Jim Holzhauser - drums
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Tölzer Knabench  Tölz Boys' Choir)  Magic Flute   Mozart   Die Zauberflöte
 
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The Tölzer Knabenchor (Tölz Boys' Choir) is a German boys' choir, 1956 founded in the Bavarian town of Bad Tölz and, since 1970, based in Munich.The choir is ranked among the most versatile and sought-after boys' choirs in the world,
Views: 27258 Islam Twofaces
Masayuki Carvalho Mozart :Die Zauberflöte, The Magic Flute-Quintett
 
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Masayuki Carvalho Mozart :Die Zauberflöte, The Magic Flute-Quintett Sinfonieorchester der HFM Hanns Eisler Berlin Tamino joseph Schnurr Papageno Edwin Crossley-Mercer Erste Dame Anna Molina Zweite Dame Irina Nikolskaya Dritte Dame Anne-Theresa Albrecht
Views: 1481 Masayuki Carvalho
The Magic Flute, K. 620, Act I, Scene 3: No. 8, Finale. "O ew'ge Nacht!" (Tamino, Choir)
 
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The Magic Flute, K. 620, Act I, Scene 3: No. 8, Finale. "O ew'ge Nacht!" (Tamino, Choir) · RIAS-Symphonie-Orchester, Ferenc Fricsay, Ernst Haefliger, RIAS Kammerchor, Berliner Motettenchor Mozart: La flûte enchantée, version abrégée (Mono Version) ℗ The Restoration Project Released on: 1960-01-01 Music Publisher: D.R Author: Emanuel Schikaneder Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Auto-generated by YouTube.

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