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W.A Mozart :The Magic Flute with English subtitle (complete)
The Magic Flute Die Zauberflöte K 620, is an opera in two acts by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart to a German libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. The work is in the form of a Singspiel, a popular form that included both singing and spoken dialogue.[a] The work premiered on 30 September 1791 at Schikaneder's theatre, the Freihaus-Theater auf der Wieden in Vienna, just two months before the composer's premature death. La Flûte enchantée - Волшебная флейта マジックフルート 魔笛
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The Magic Flute: Overture - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
//Song: The Magic Flute: Overture //Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute), K. 620 {Overture, Act I} [With score]
-Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (27 January 1756 – 5 December 1791) -Libretto: Emanuel Schikaneder -Orchestra: Berliner Philharmoniker -Choir: RIAS Kammerchor -Vocal Soloists: Fritz Wunderlich (Tamino), Evelyn Lear (Pamina), Dietrich Fischer-Diskau (Papageno), Lisa Otto (Papagena), Roberta Peters (Königin der Nacht), Friedrich Lenz (Monostatos), Franz Crass (Sarastro), Hildegard Hillebrecht (1. Dame), Cvetka Ahlin (2. Dame), Sieglinde Wagner (3. Dame), Rosl Schwaiger (1. Knabe), Antonia Fahberg (2. Knabe), Raili Kostia (3. Knabe), Hubert Hilten (1. Priester), Martin Vantin (2. Priester), Manfred Röhrl (3. Priester), Hans Hotter (Sprecher) -Conductor: Karl Böhm Die Zauberflöte [The Magic Flute], Opera, K. 620, written in 1791 00:00 – xxx. Overture Act I 07:19 – I. Zu Hilfe! zu Hilfe! 14:22 – II. Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja 20:10 – III. Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schön 25:32 – IV. O zittre nicht, mein lieber Sohn! 30:57 – V. Hm! Hm! Hm! Hm! Hm! [...] 37:24 – VI. Du feines Täubchen, nur herein! 40:34 – VII. Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen 43:51 – VIII. Finale : Zum Ziele führt dich diese Bahn 54:16 – Wie stark ist nicht dein Zauberton 57:35 – Schnelle Füße, rascher Mut 01:01:42 – Es lebe Sarastro, Sarastro soll leben! Despite its whimsical libretto and obviously emblematic characters, Mozart's singspiel The Magic Flute is regarded as one of the greatest operas of the entire repertoire. In fact, as music historian Philip Downs has noted, many holds that The Magic Flute is among the greatest human documents, worthy to stand beside Bach's St. Matthew's Passion. In this story about good and evil, Sarastro, the high priest of an enlightened brotherhood, abducts Pamina, whose mother is the evil Queen of the NIght. The Queen sends Prince Tamino to save Pamina. Tamino not only falls in love with Pamina, but also accepts Sarastro as the incarnation of truth and goodness. Tamino's counterpart is Papageno, the Queen's bird catcher, whose earthiness counterbalances Tamino's idealism. Predictably, love and goodness triumph, Sarastro overcomes the Queen of the Night, Tamino and Pamina are united after many trials, and Papageno finds Papagena, a female version of himself. The possible sources of Emanuel Schikaneder's libretto include Jakob August Libeskind's story "Lulu or the Magic Flute," published in Wieland's Dschinnistan, a collection of fairy tales. The Magic Flute was written in 1791, the year of Mozart's death. Although overwhelmed by many adversities, Mozart found great joy in working on an opera for Schikaneder's Theater auf der Wieden, in the suburbs of Vienna, which catered to unsophisticated audiences. The Magic Flute has been called a Masonic opera: both librettist and composer were Masons, and the opera abounds with Masonic symbolism, culminating in the triumph over light over darkness. Although the Masonic flavor of The Magic Flute is undeniable, what makes it a great work of art is Mozart's unique ability to translate his humanistic ideals into music of extraordinary beauty and evocativeness. The fundamental theme of this opera is love, a theme to which Mozart fully dedicates his entire genius. To the listener, Mozart's ode to love brings eighteenth century opera in its full splendor. Not only is the music, which includes sparkling arias, charming buffo scenes, and ensembles of transcendent beauty, enchanting and invigorating, but it also effectively coalesces with the story to create a powerful, convincing work of art. [allmusic.com]
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W. A. Mozart - KV 620 - Die Zauberflöte (The magic flute)
All monologues and dialogues have been omitted: - Ouvertüre (0:00) - Introduktion I,1 (Tamino, Damen) Zu Hilfe! Zu Hilfe! (6:23) - Arie I,1 (Papageno) Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja (12:16) - Arie I,1 (Tamino) Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schön (14:07) - Rezitativ und Arie I,1 (Königin) O zittre nicht, mein lieber Sohn! (17:55) - Quintett I,1 (Papageno, Tamino, Damen) Hm! hm! hm! (22:22) - Terzett I,2 (Monostatos, Pamina, Papageno) Du feines Täubchen, nur herein! (27:48) - Duett I,2 (Pamina, Papageno) Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen (29:41) - Finale I,3 Zum Ziele führt dich diese Bahn (32:27) - Finale I,3 Die Weisheitslehre dieser Knaben (34:01) - Finale I,3 Wo willst du, kühner Fremdling, hin (36:12) - Finale I,3 Wie stark ist nicht dein Zauberton (42:59) - Finale I,3 Schnelle Füße, rascher Mut (45:43) - Finale I,3 Es lebe Sarastro! Sarastro soll leben (48:46) - Finale I,3 Herr, ich bin zwar Verbrecherin (50:23) - Marsch der Priester II,1 (56:25) - Arie mit Chor II,1 (Sarastro) O Isis und Osiris (58:49) - Duett II,2 (Priester) Bewahret euch vor Weibertücken (1:01:30) - Quintett II,2 (Damen, Papageno, Tamino) Wie, Wie, Wie (1:02:24) - Arie II,3 (Monostatos) Alles fühlt der Liebe Freuden (1:05:44) - Arie II,3 (Königin der Nacht) Der Hölle Rache (1:07:04) - Arie II,3 (Sarastro) In diesen heil'gen Hallen (1:09:43) - Terzett II,4 (Knaben) Seid uns zum zweitenmal wilkommen (1:13:26) - Arie II,4 (Pamina) Ach, ich fühl's, es ist verchwunden (1:14:59) - Chor II,5 (Priester) O Isis und Osiris, welche Wonne! (1:18:24) - Terzett II,5 (Pamina, Sarastro, Tamino) Soll ich dich, Teurer (1:20:57) - Arie II,6 (Papageno) Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen (1:23:51) - Finale II,7 Bald prangt, den Morgen zu verkünden (1:27:30) - Finale II,8 Der, welcher wandert diese Straße (1:33:15) - Finale II,8 Tamino mein! O welch in Glück! (1:37:55) - Finale II,8 Wir wandelten durch Feuesgluten (1:41:32) - Finale II,9 Papagena! Papagena! Papagena! (1:45:03) - Finale II,9 Pa-Pa-Pagena! (1:50:21) - Finale II,10 Nur stille, stille, stille (1:52:49) - Finale II,10 Die Strahlen der Sonne (1:54:49) Composed in Prague & Vienna in August & September 1791. First performed at the Theater auf der Wieden in Vienna on September 30, 1791. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Magic_Flute Performers: 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; Herbert Lippert (Erster Priester) tenor; Oliver Widmer (Zweiter Priester) bass; Ruth Ziesak (Erste Dame) soprano; Pia Hansen (Zweite Dame) mezzo-soprano; Iris Vermillion (Dritte Dame) mezzo-soprano; Robert Wörler (Erster geharnischter Mann) tenor; Petteri Salomaa (Zweiter geharnischter Mann) bass; Dennis Naseband, Kai Suzuki & Simon Schnorr (Die drei Knaben); Drottningholm Court Theater, conducted by Arnold Östman.
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Diana Damrau sings Mozart's "Queen of the Night" aria
Diana Damrau sings Mozart's "Queen of the Night" aria, from her album "Arie Di Bravura" (Mozart, Salieri and Righini Arias). Le Cercle de l'Harmonie / Jérémie Rhorer Album available on: http://bit.ly/Mozart-Righini-Salieri More information: http://www.emiclassics.com/diana-damrau __________ Warner Classics ► Website: http://www.warnerclassics.com Subscribe to our: ► YT- Channel: https://wnrcl.me/subscribeYT ► Newsletter https://wnrcl.me/subscribeNL Follow us on: ► Facebook: http://www.fb.com/WarnerClassicsErato ► Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/warner_classics ► Twitter: http://twitter.com/WarnerClassics ► YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/warnerclassics Listen to us on: ► Spotify: http://open.spotify.com/user/warnerclassics ► Apple Music: http://itunes.apple.com/curator/warner-classics/1153741571 ► Deezer https://www.deezer.com/profile/321050935 Warner Classics is the home of classical music, featuring iconic high audio quality recordings from the greatest classical legends, opera stars and orchestras of the last century. Discover our unique collection of live performances, studio sessions and films featuring Maria Callas, Jacqueline du Pré, Nigel Kennedy, Mstislav Rostropovich, Yehudi Menuhin, Itzhak Perlman, Herbert von Karajan, Berliner Philharmoniker and more. Along with its sister label Erato, Warner Classics continues this tradition with today's most in-demand classical artists, such as Philippe Jaroussky, Joyce DiDonato, Diana Damrau, Emmanuel Pahud, Alexandre Tharaud, Sir Antonio Pappano, Christina Pluhar and Renaud Capuçon. Enjoy this ever-expanding library of official performance videos and exclusive interviews from the classical greats. Check back regularly for more music from your favourite composers including Bach, Mozart, Chopin, Debussy, Satie, Beethoven, Vivaldi, Handel and more.
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The Magic Flute by W A Mozart  BBC Animation (Full 30 mins)
A Christmas Film Production with BBC Enterprises and BBC Bristol in association with Welsh National Opera
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The secrets of Mozart’s “Magic Flute” - Joshua Borths
View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-secrets-of-mozart-s-magic-flute-joshua-borths Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Die Zauberflöte” (“The Magic Flute”) is widely regarded as one of the most influential operas in history. And while it may seem like a childish fairytale at first glance, it’s actually full of subversive symbolism. Joshua Borths explains how many elements of "The Magic Flute" were inspired by Mozart’s somewhat controversial involvement with Freemasonry. Lesson by Joshua Borths, animation by TED-Ed.
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Mozart  The Magic Flute  Queen of the Night Aria
I wrote by accident Bartoli but its Lucia popp. Sorry for the inconvinience. Njoy
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Queen of the Night Aria Scene from Amadeus (English Subtitles)
Amadeus (1984), by Milos Forman. The Queen of the night aria scene: a mother in law becomes the evil queen of the night. The aria (Der Hölle Rache) is sung in english by soprano June Anderson and acted by Milada Cechalov. The Magic flute (Die Zauberflote) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
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The Magic Flute by W.A.Mozart. BBC/animation/ part1
A Christmas Film Production with BBC Enterprises and BBC Bristol in association with Welsh National Opera
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Mozart's Magic Flute Opera flute solos
Claire Wickes, first flute of the English National Opera, demonstrates Mozart's Magic Flute opera flute solos. Prepare these flute solos for an orchestral audition or performance. This is just a short excerpt. To view the full length video please visit: https://www.principalchairs.com/flute/excerpt-details/magic-flute-claire-wickes/
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Mozart- Magic Flute. "Queen of the Night Aria"
Natalie Dessay as the Queen!
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Roth and Le Roi perform "Papagena / Papageno!"
Detlef Roth and Gaële Le Roi perform the Papagena/Papageno duet from "Die Zauberflöte." Also includes the last few lines of Roth's solo before the duet. Paris 2001.
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МОЦАРТ Волшебная флейта / MOZART The Magic Flute (Die Zauberflöte)
Mar 04, 2019. Gnessin Hall. MOZART "The Magic Flute". Gnessin Opera Theater-Studio. Director Alexander BUTVILOVSKY. 04 марта 2019. Концертный зал РАМ им. Гнесиных. МОЦАРТ "Волшебная флейта", опера-зингшпиль в 2-х действиях. Оперный театр-студия РАМ им. Гнесиных. Руководитель Александр БУТВИЛОВСКИЙ. 0:01:35 - Overture 0:07:55 - Introduction 0:14:04 - Papageno's aria "Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja" 0:19:09 - Tamino's aria "Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schön" 0:22:43 - The Queen of the night aria "O Zittre Nicht" 0:27:27 - Quintet “Hm hm hm...” 0:32:55 - Tercet "Du feines Täubchen, nur herein" 0:36:07 - Papageno and Pamina Duet "Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen" 0:39:19 - Finale of the I act 1:02:33 - II act 1:03:06 - Sarastro's aria and choir "O Isis und Osiris" 1:06:12 - Duet (Speaker & priest) 1:07:07 - Quintet "Wie? Wie?.." 1:10:13 - Monostatos aria "Alles Fuhlt Der Liebe Freuden" 1:12:12 - The Queen of the night aria "Der Holle Rache..." 1:16:05 - Sarastro's aria "In Diesen Heil'gen Hallen" 1:21:57 - Pamina's aria "Ach, ich fühl's" 1:26:09 - Papageno's aria "Ein Mädchen Oder Weibchen" 1:29:54 - Adagio "Der, welcher wandert diese Strasse voll Beschwerden" (Two Armed Men) 1:39:59 - Papageno: "Papagena! Papagena!.." 1:45:03 - Papagena/Papageno duet (Pa-Pa-Pa-Pa...) 1:47:58 - "Nur stille! stille! stille!" 1:49:50 - "Die Strahlen der Sonne" Действующие лица и исполнители / Roles and performers: Царица ночи - Варвара КОМАРОВСКАЯ / The Queen of the Night - Varvara KOMAROVSKAYA Памина - Елизавета РУБЛЕВА / Pamina - Elizavera RUBLEVA Тамино - Пётр НАЛИЧ / Tamino - Peter NALITCH Папагено - Сергей КРЫЛОВ / Papageno - Sergey KRYLOV Папагена - Софья ЦЫГАНКОВА / Papagena - Sofya TSYGANKOVA Зорастро - Данил КНЯЗЕВ / Sarastro - Danil KNYAZEV Моностатос - Тотраз ЦИУКАЕВ / Monostatos - Totraz TSIUKAEV Первая дама - Маргарита ЕМЕЛИНА / First Lady - Margarita EMELINA Вторая дама - Соломия КРАХИНА / The second lady - Solomiya KRAKHINA Третья дама - Мария ПРОХОРОВА / Third Lady - Maria PROKHOROVA Первый паж - Полина СТАСОВА / First child-spirit - Polina STASOVA Второй паж - Валентина ГАТАУЛЛИНА / Second child-spirit - Valentina GTAULLINA Третий паж - Валерия ТОДОРОВА / Third child-spirit - Valeria TODOROVA 1-й воин, 1-й жрец - Юй ШУЧЭН / 1st armoured men, 1st priest - Yu SHUCHEN Оратор, 2-й воин, 2-й жрец - Денис МАНТРОВ / Speaker of the temple, 2nd armoured men, 2nd priest - Denis MANTROV Хор и миманс - студенты вокального факультета Студенческий оркестр Оперного театра-студии им. Ю.А. Сперанского. Режиссёр-постановщик - заслуженный деятель искусств РФ, доцент О.Т. ИВАНОВА / Directed by Honored Artist of Russia O.T. Ivanova Дирижёр-постановщик заслуженный деятель искусств РФ, профессор Владимир ФЕЛЛЕР / Conductor-director Honored Artist of Russia, Professor Vladimir Feller Дирижёр Федор СУХАРНИКОВ / Conductor Fedor SUKHARNIKOV Художник - И.А. ДЕРЯБИНА / Designer I.A. DREYABINA Хореограф - А.Г. ИЩУК / Choreographer - A.G. ISHCHUK Балетмейстер-репетитор - Е.Ю. МУРАВЬЕВА / Ballet master-tutor - E.Y. MURAVYEVA Хормейстер - Д.И. МОРОЗОВ / Choirmaster - D.I. MOROZOV Концертмейстеры: О.С. ДАНИЛОВА, О.В. ХРИСТОВСКАЯ / Concertmasters: O.S. DANILOVA, O.V. HRISTOVSKAYA Декан вокального факультета, доцент Н.А. Дмитриева Зав. кафедрой оперной подготовки, заслуженный артист РФ. профессор В.Р. Феллер RUSSIAN PATEPHONE 2019
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Mozart's 'Magic Flute': an animated plot summary
The Magic Flute' is Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's final opera, and it contains one of the most well-known arias in music. But what is 'The Magic Flute' all about? This video from Classical Minnesota Public Radio provides a plot summary of the iconic opera. Find more from Classical MPR at http://ClassicalMPR.org
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Mozart - Die Zauberflöte/The Magic Flute/La Flûte enchantée (reference recording : Karl Bohm)
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
W.A. Mozart - Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) from Bregenz Festival
What begins like a fairy-tale turns into a whimsical fantasy halfway between magic farce and Masonic mysticism: The Magic Flute links a love story with the great questions of the Enlightenment, juxtaposes bird-catcher charm with queenly vengeance, and bewitches the listener with music that mixes cheerful melodies, lovers’ arias, showstopping coloraturas and mysterious chorales. W. A. Mozart’s opera premiered in 1791 and is one of the most often performed operas in the world. The production on the Bregenz Festival lake stage impresses the audience with a fantastic setting framed by three dog-dragons, each of them more than twenty meters in height. “David Pountney finds stunning answers to the everlasting questions surrounding ‘The Magic Flute’.” (Tagesspiegel) “The ‘play on the lake’ in Bregenz takes the audience into a fantasy world.” (Salzburger Nachrichten) Available on Bluray and DVD from C Major Entertainment. Facebook: facebook.com/CmajorEntertainment Twitter: twitter.com/CmajorEnt1 Cmajor Shop: www.shop.cmajor-entertainment.com/
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Mozart - "The Magic Flute": Final Chorus
"Die Strahlen der Sonne" from Mozart's final operatic masterpiece. Turn up the volume more and more while listening. SARASTRO Die Strahlen der Sonne Vertreiben die Nacht. Zernichtet der Heuchler Erschlichende Macht. CHORUS Heil sei euch geweihten! Heil sei euch geweihten! Ihr dranget durch Nacht. Dank! Dank! Dank sei Dir, Osiris! Dank! Dank! Dir, Isis gebracht! Es siegte die Stärke Und krönet zum Lohn Die schönheit und Weisheit Mit ewiger Kron! SARASTRO The rays of the sun Drive away the night. Destroyed is the hypocrites' Surreptitious power. CHORUS Hail to you who are consecrated! Hail to you who are consecrated! You pushed through night. Thanks! Thanks! Thanks be to you, Osiris! Thanks! Thanks Be brought to you, Isis! May power be victorious And crown as a reward Beauty and wisdom With an eternal crown.
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Lucia Popp & W. Brendel - Man & Wife - Magic Flute
1983 live at Bavarian State Opera Munich Conductor: Sawallisch Director: Everding
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W. A. Mozart - Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute), K. 620 - Overture
An opera (in the form of a German Singspiel) in two acts, composed by Mozart in 1791. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. http://www.mozartsmusic.blogspot.com
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Mozart's The Magic Flute enchants Vienna
One of Mozart's most beloved operas - The Magic Flute - brings love, enchantment and comedy to Vienna for the festive season… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2018/12/27/mozart-s-the-magic-flute-enchants-vienna What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
W.Mozart Overture to the Opera "The Magic Flute"
Pham Hong Anh & Igor Chystokletov at Ho Chi Minh Conservatoty of Music Concert Hall, April 2011
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Concert with "The Magic Flute" by Mozart
A selection from the concert in November 2012.
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Mozart - Die Zauberflöte / The Magic Flute KV 620  (reference recording : Wilhelm Furtwängler 1949)
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
The Magic Flute: "Pa-pa-pa Papageno" - Nathan Gunn (Met Opera)
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W.A. Mozart Magic Flute (Queen of Night Aria)
Российский квартет саксофонистов в составе: Vladimir Koznov ( soprano sax) Taras Gusarov (alto sax) Stanislav Prizh (tenor sax) Ilya Bogomol (bariton sax) "Дни саксофона в Москве с Маргаритой Шапошниковой"
The Magic Flute by W.A. Mozart arr. by Richard Meyer (ORCHESTRA)
The Magic Flute W.A. Mozart arranged by Richard Meyer 65th Kern County Honor Orchestra
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W. A. Mozart - Die Zauberflöte (Duett, Papageno/Papagena) [Synthesia piano tutorial]
Die Zauberflőte (the magic flute), Papagena/Papageno piano tutorial Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/CrazyPianoTutorials You can download MIDI here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/5oshk03cwzjpvzo/W.%20A.%20Mozart%20-%20The%20Magic%20Flute%20%28Duett%2CPapageno%20Papagena%29%20%29.mid?dl=0 and sheet file here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/bdpk2frrn3coe6t/W.%20A.%20Mozart%20-%20Die%20Zauberfl%C3%B6te%20%28Duett%2C%20Papageno_Papagena%29%20SHEET.pdf?dl=0 Subscribe for more! Enjoy!
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Alexey Kudrya sings and plays Tamino aria w. flute
Mozart "Die Zauberflöte" Tamino with flute. Tenor Alexey Kudrya, piano Evgenia Arefjeva Concert in Moscow, 02.Feb.2009 http://www.ruvr.ru/main.php?lng=ger&q=2897&cid=63&p=15.02.2009
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Mozart, Magic Flute (Zauberflöte): "Holde Flöte"
Tenor Aria "Holde Flöte" from Mozart's The Magic Flute (Zauberflöte) performed by Matthias Aeberhard - Tenor and Michael Erni - Guitar. Transcribd by Michael Erni.ww.michael-erni.com
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Queen of the Night's Aria from The Magic Flute by W. A. Mozart (classical guitar arrangement)
Purchase sheet music and tabs: https://onlineguitaracademy.net/classical-guitar-sheet-music Arranged and performed by Emre Sabuncuoglu. Copyright © 2012 Los Angeles Guitar Academy Publishing. All rights reserved. On-demand video lesson program*: https://onlineguitaracademy.net/online-classical-guitar-lessons Skype or in-studio (in Los Angeles) guitar lessons: http://laguitar.com/ *LA Guitar Academy's comprehensive online classical guitar program, LAGA Classical, can gradually take you to a level at which you will be able to play this piece and other advanced-level repertoire. Access over 800, systematically designed, instructional close-up clips and sheet music for specific levels. Get started right now by enrolling in a full subscription or signing up for a free, no-obligation, three-day trial here: http://www.onlineguitaracademy.net For updates on our latest music postings, please subscribe to our YouTube channel on the button above. Thanks!
The Magic Flute  Act 1
Act 1 of Mozart's 'The Magic Flute', performed by NAU's Lyric Theater on April 5, 2018 at Ardrey Auditorium on the campus of Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Views: 488 NAUTV
Queen of the Night Aria ( from "The Magic Flute" ) by W.Mozart
Asia Lucas, Queen of the Night, Coloratura, Soprano Student, Nubian Conservatory of Music Lenora Sharpe, Princess Pamina, Student, Nubian Conservatory of Music Ricky Brackett, Monostato, Nubian Conservatory of Music Nubian Conservatory Concert, June 2012
Views: 435 Edward Gordon
Mozart - The Magic Flute - Tamino's aria
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) The Magic Flute - Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schön - Tamino's aria
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World Children's Choir presents "The Magic Flute" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - introduction
Enjoy the beautiful voices of the World Children's Choir as they perform an abridged version of Mozart's beautiful fairy tale opera, The Magic Flute. The perfect first opera for children and adults, The Magic Flute tells the love story of Tamino and Pamina (the prince and princess) and Papageno and Papagena (the bird catcher and bird lady). Full of beautiful melodies and fairy tale adventures, children will be captivated by this imaginary story and the tender and amusing music. The opera concludes with good triumphing over evil! St. Peter's Episcopal Church, 4250 N. Glebe Road, Arlington, VA Saturday, May 21, 2016
The Overture to the Magic Flute   - W .A .Mozart     (1756-1791)
The Magic Flute is one of the world’s most popular and frequently performed operas. Written in the last year of Mozart’s life, the opera was composed for the general public and performed in the Viennese theater owned by the librettist Emanuel Schikaneder, a fellow Mason. The themes of good prevailing over evil and the redemptive power of love are set in an enchanted world of giant serpents, talking birds and a magical flute. This comic opera, performed in Singspiel (“sing-speak”) style, is infused with Masonic symbolism, including the thee powerful chords heard at the start of the overture, possibly representing the three knocks on the temple door in the Masonic initiation ritual. -Note by Patricia Matos Puente-
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Will Dimash sing “The Queen Of The Night aria” (Magic Flute) Mozart on TWB???
So apparently a judge of the show “The Worlds Best” stated that Dimash was singing “The Queen Of The night” Mozart(magic flute). She also said that she was very impressed with his classical style and didn’t know if he was classically trained. I'm not sure what episode this will be on or if it’s even 100% accurate. Now we wont know officially for another week or so. The Battles of "The Worlds Best" should wrap up within the next 2 weeks. So will we see Dimash sing a new song on this show?? I hope that this is true! If so he’ll be the first male to sing it (perfectly),just like diva dance.⭐️ Lets hope that we will actually see this and they wont cut it out... Maybe March 13th??? Follow Dimash: https://instagram.com/kudaibergenov.dimash?utm_source=ig_profile_share&igshid=135ocbmuh14le Subscribe to Dimash: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGBxbj_RMKB22rhJnK9qReg Follow “TWB”: https://instagram.com/theworldsbestcbs?utm_source=ig_profile_share&igshid=16hzuia51inpb Subscribe to “TWB: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5LF9yPmZkXZyezjt0FTfaA Dimashusafanclub Twitter: https://twitter.com/dimash_usa Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/dimashusafanclub/?ref=share Instagram: https://instagram.com/dimashusafanclub?utm_source=ig_profile_share&igshid=1fkfofx3a7h8j YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn0331hoUuJvKXEjDsZ2K9A Video Creator: Dimash World Original upload date: 2/14/19 (private) Released: 2/22/19 (public) Video Sources: Judges Talk:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJyutkSlo9Q&t=1064s Soprano Diana Damrau:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YuBeBjqKSGQ Dimash clip:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXe_2l8WhW8 #TWBDimash #TheWorldsBest #Dimashkudaibergen
Views: 33894 Dimash World
Magic Flute by Mozart [Launch Trailer]
Get it on App Store: http://bit.ly/magicflutebymozart Get it on Google Play: http://bit.ly/magicflute_on_googleplay Magic Flute is an iOS & Android casual puzzle game featuring the story and music of Mozart's iconic opera. The art direction was inspired by opera work of the renowned Japanese stage director - Amon Miyamoto. Designed and developed by LabLike. The game offers 32 intriguing, diverse stages, eye-catching pre-rendered cutscenes helping the players immerse themselves in the story, and - most importantly - accessible, yet challenging gameplay. Best in Show - Gamezebo Editor's Choice at Casual Connect, San Francisco 2015 3rd Award - Pocket Gamer's Very Big Indie Pitch, London 2015 Like the game on FB for updates: www.fb.com/magicflutebymozart Follow the LabLike Devlog: www.lablike.net/ Chat with us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LabLikeGames www.magicflutebymozart.com
Views: 8154 LabLike
Papageno and the Magic Glockenspiel #1 (excerpt from The Magic Flute, 1971)
This is my favorite part of the opera The Magic Flute. Tamino is looking for Pamina and Papageno-who are about to be ambushed by Monostatos. The Magic Glockenspiel saves the day. Excerpt from The Magic Flute. Music by W.A. Mozart (1791). Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder (1791). Art direction, Peter Ustinov. The Hamburg State Opera, 1971 Conducted by Horst Stein. Tamino...........Nicolai Gedda Pamina...........Edith Mathis Papageno.......William Workman Monostatos.....Franz Grundheber
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Latvian National Opera - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart „Die Zauberflöte" / „The Magic Flute"
„The Magic Flute is the most popular opera ever written. When the exceptional artist Ilmars Blumbergs designed sets and costumes for our production in 2001, he created a magic world of its own and won international critical praise. Now, after an absence of two years, we bring his timeless design masterpiece back to the stage of the Latvian National Opera. Director Viesturs Kairišs will develop a new interpretation of the story in a new dialogue version. But most importantly, some of our most talented and most promising young Latvian singers will give their role debuts in this recreation. In Mozart's fairy tale Prince Tamino falls in love with Pamina, the daughter of the Queen of the Night. Pamina has been abducted by the powerful Sarastro. Together with the bird catcher Papageno, Tamino, guided by his magic flute, sets out to free Pamina. But only after they have passed life-threatening ordeals in which they prove worthy of joining Sarastro's brotherhood of wise priests, the lovers are happily united. Music Director Gintaras Rinkevičius Conductor Ainārs Rubiķis, Zbigniew Graca Director Viesturs Kairišs Set and Costume Designer Ilmārs Blumbergs Pamina Evija Martinsone, Dana Bramane Tamino Viesturs Jansons Papageno Raimonds Bramanis, Armands Siliņš Papagena Inga Šļubovska, Gunta Davidčuka Sarastro Krišjānis Norvelis, Rihards Mačanovskis The Queen of the Night Kristīne Gailīte Premiere on February 2, 2001, at the Latvian National Opera Premiere of the Revival on November 7, 2008, at the Latvian National Opera www.opera.lv
The Magic Flute (with variations)
me playing The Magic Flute (with variations) By W.A. Mozart from my nyssma book
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Mozart presents the Playmobil Tarot/Overture to "The Magic Flute"
The wonderful Playmobil toys illustrate the major arcana of the classic Tarot accompanied by the Overture to Mozart's Magic Flute and interleaved with Dvid Hockney's brilliant set and costume designs for the opera. The performance is by the Staatskapelle Dresden, conducted by Sir Colin Davis, ©1991 by Philips Classics Productions.
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Keyboard Glockenspiel, "The Magic Flute" (from L.A. Percussion Rentals)
"The Magic Flute" by Mozart. Yamaha keyboard glockenspiel from L.A. Percussion Rentals. 4.6 Octaves, C4-G8 Available for rent/hire. from http://www.lapercussionrentals.com
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Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen - available in HD
In this scene from Mozart's "Die Zauberflöte," the Queen of Night played by Diana Damrau and Pamina, her daughter portrayed by Dorothea Röschmann are having a debacle concerning Pamina killing the Queen's enemy, Sarastro. I do not own the copyright to this video. That is owned by BBC and Opus Arte. I highly recommend that you purchase the DVD of this performace from http://tinyurl.com/magicflute
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Mozart's The Magic Flute by Opera Australia
Glasshouse presents... Mozart's THE MAGIC FLUTE A quest for wisdom and true love A new production from Opera Australia Sung in English | Performed with a chamber orchestra | Directed by Michael Gow. Tickets at http://bit.ly/1z0Nxh8
Views: 189 GlasshousePMQ