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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 – Queen of the Night aria (Mozart; Diana Damrau, The Royal Opera)
Soprano Diana Damrau sings 'Der Hölle Rache', the famous Queen of the Night aria from Mozart's The Magic Flute, with Dorothea Röschmann as Pamina. Find out more at http://www.roh.org.uk/flute Mozart wrote Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) for a suburban theatre in Vienna, the Theater auf der Wieden. He drew on the magical spectacle and earthy comedy of popular Viennese theatre. As well as being a comedy, The Magic Flute is an expression of Mozart’s profound spiritual beliefs: Enlightenment concerns with the search for wisdom and virtue are at the heart of this enchanting tale. The Magic Flute was an instant success with audiences and Mozart’s supposed rival Salieri described it as an ‘operone’ – a great opera. David McVicar’s classic production embraces both the seriousness and comedy of Mozart’s work. The audience is transported to a fantastical world of dancing animals, flying machines and dazzlingly starry skies. The setting provides a wonderful backdrop for Mozart’s kaleidoscopic score, from the Queen of the Night’s coloratura fireworks to Tamino and Pamina’s lyrical love duets and Papageno’s hearty, folksong-like arias.
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The Magic Flute: Overture - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
//Song: The Magic Flute: Overture //Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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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 - Queen of the Night - Mozart The Magic Flute
Full concert here: http://ow.ly/YwheR Subscribe to our channel for more videos http://ow.ly/ugONZ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart The Magic Flute, K. 620 II: Der Holle Rache Kocht In Meinen Herzen(Queen of the Night) Diana Damrau (Queen of the Night) Konzertvereinigung Wiener Staatsopernchor Wiener Philharmoniker Riccardo Muti conductor Mozart The Magic Flute recorded at the Grosses Festspielhaus in Salzburg, Austria in 2006. © Unitel Follow medici.tv on: | Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/medicitv | Twitter : https://twitter.com/medicitv | Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/medici.tv/ Dive into the heart of classical music with medici.tv! Get closer than ever to the artists you love and have an unforgettable experience with 100+ live webcasts each year and 1,800+ videos. A rare and exclusive selection of concerts, ballets, operas, documentaries, master classes, behind-the-scenes and interviews!
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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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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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Lucia Popp & W. Brendel - Man & Wife - Magic Flute
1983 live at Bavarian State Opera Munich Conductor: Sawallisch Director: Everding
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The Magic Flute (Die Zauberflöte), Queen of the Night's Act 2,  Aria: Der Hölle Rache - W. A. Mozart
Buy PDF https://iyzi.link/AAF4vw Piano Sheet Music, The Magic Flute (Die Zauberflöte), Queen of the Night's Act 2, Aria Der Hölle Rache - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Piano Piano Tutorial, Piano Sheet Music, PDF
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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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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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Mozart: Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) from Salzburg Festival
W.A. Mozart’s timeless masterpiece at the Salzburg Festival is always an event! Especially when Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) receives such a “spectacular and virtuosic staging” (Le Figaro) by director Lydia Steier. Steier introduces the role of the grandfather, a narrator reading the opera like a fairy tale to his three grandchildren, performed by the famous actor Klaus Maria Brandauer (Out of Africa, James Bond). This ‘trick’ in combination with the gigantic moveable sets by stage designer Katharina Schlipf, allows new views on Mozart’s magical opera, with its different worlds. Thanks to conductor Constantinos Carydis, who “seems to breath with the music” (Tagesspiegel), there is a new Mozart to be heard too: Carydis draws “precise phrasing and plenty of crisp articulation” (Financial Times) from “the musicians of the great Vienna Philharmonic” (New York Times). Matthias Goerne, Mauro Peter, Albina Shagimurotava,Christiane Karg, Adam Plachetka, Maria Nazarova, Michael Porter, Klaus Maria Brandauer, Wiener Staatsopernchor Wiener Philharmoniker, conducted by Constantinos Carydis staged by Lydia Steier Facebook: facebook.com/CmajorEntertainment Twitter: twitter.com/CmajorEnt1 Cmajor Shop: www.shop.cmajor-entertainment.com/
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Волшебная флейта /The Magic Flute Die Zauberflоte (2006)
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The Magic Flute - Night
The Magic Flute : "Die Zauberflöte" performed by a young boy with a fantastic voice named Robin Schlotz from Tölzer Knabenchor (Germany).
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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'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
The Magic Flute: "Pa-pa-pa Papageno" - Nathan Gunn (Met Opera)
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Mostly Mozart Festival 2019: The Magic Flute
Don’t miss this reimagined staging of The Magic Flute—Mozart’s beloved opera—with a stellar cast from Komische Oper Berlin at Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival from July 17–20. For tickets and more information, visit https://www.MostlyMozartFestival.org.
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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
W.A.Mozart:  Magic Flute, Varázsfuvola.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Magic_Flute A varázsfuvola (Die Zauberflöte) kétfelvonásos német opera. Emanuel Schikaneder (1751--1812) szövegkönyvét Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart zenésítette meg. http://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_var%C3%A1zsfuvola
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GRUBEROVA Queen of the Night Magic Flute Mozart
Edita Gruberova sings the vengeance aria "Der Hölle Rache" from Mozart's Die Zauberflöte. This is a performance from Vienna in 1981. What's with that costume?! Sorry about it being slightly out of sync.
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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
Mozart's Magic Flute cartoon from 1994 ABC Afterschool Special with beginning advertisements in English. Movie begins at 2:16.
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W. A. Mozart - The Magic Flute Overture
W. A. Mozart Abertura da ópera "A Flauta Mágica" Orquestra do Theatro São Pedro Regente Carlos Moreno Julho de 2017
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Mozart - Magic Flute (Papageno Papagena Duet)
Mozart - Magic Flute (Papageno Papagena Duet) - Cecilia Bartoli - Bryn Terfel
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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 The Magic Flute: "Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen"
Papageno's aria "Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen" from Mozart's Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute), sung by Wolfgang Brendel, with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Bernard Haitink, recorded in 1981.
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MOZART/ BERGMAN, 'TROLLFLÖJTEN', 1975 [ En. subtitles, 'The Magic Flute' ]
(Please, Click the Button for Captions. On Settings, Click Subtitles then in Options, Choose Opacity 0% for Subtitles Background. Thank You) - #TROLLFLÖJTEN, by #INGMAR_BERGMAN (1975), based on 'The Magic Flute' by #WOLFGANG_AMADEUS_MOZART and #Emanuel_Schikaneder, also released theatrically https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Magic_Flute_%281975_film%29 INGMAR BERGMAN [*14 July 1918 ~30 July 2007] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ingmar_Bergman BERGMAN'S' Filmography: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ingmar_Bergman_filmography Josef Köstlinger: Tamino (Prince, an ideal, square-jawed): Tenor Irma Urrila: Pamina (Princess, daughter of Sarastro and Queen of the night): Soprano Three Ladies: Britt-Marie Aruhn: Soprano; Birgitta Smiding: Mezzo-Soprano; Kirsten Vaupe: Soprano Håkan Hagegård: Papageno (a charming bird catcher): Baritone Birgit Nordin: Queen of the Night (Pamina's mother, a beautifully manipulative queen): Soprano Ragnar Ulfung: Monostatos (armor, guard): Tenor Ulrik Cold: Sarastro (Pamina's father, the sorcerer): Bass Elisabeth Erikson: Papagena: Soprano Priests: Sixten Fark, Arne Hendriksen, Sven-Erik Jacobsson, Ulf Johansson, Folke Jonsson Young boys : Ansgar Krook; Urban Malmberg: Erland von Heijne Orator : Erik Saedén Bergman himself appears briefly in shots of the audience group, as do Sven Nykvist, the cinematographer and Donya Feuer, the Choreographer. "Bergman had unsuccessfully tried for years to mount a production of “The Magic Flute,” finally getting his chance in 1975 with a television offer. He later said that making this film was the best experience of his career. His enthusiasm is contagious. Bergman worked with conductor ERIC ERICSON and the SWEDISH RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, and the film fully gives the appearance of an actual live performance. It isn’t, and although the singers lip sync to their own prerecorded voices, few have complained about it in forty years. It is sung in Swedish instead of the usual German, but only the most constipated Opera Buffs (who may be among the bitchiest inhabitants of Earth) have objected." Source: http://366weirdmovies.com/ingmar-bergmans-magic-flute-1975/ COMPOSER: WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART [*27 January 1756 ~5 December 1791] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolfgang_Amadeus_Mozart [Die Zauberflöte, K.620 ("The Magic Flute") Opera in Two Acts, 1791 Premiere: 1791-09-30 in Vienna: Theater auf der Wieden, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Conductor) LIBRETTIST: #Emanuel_Schikaneder [*1 September 1751 ~21 September 1812] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emanuel_Schikaneder DISCLAIMER: I do not own the copyrights of this video. This is for cultural sharing only and I do not make any profit from this video. All credits go to the respective owners. Thank You -
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Mozart, Queen of the Night (aria from Magic Flute)
The Queen of the Night's aria from Mozart's opera The Magic Flute, K. 620, with an animated graphical score. FAQ Q: Who is performing? A: I've been told that this is Beverly Hoch with the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Kenneth Schermerhorn. Q: I appreciate the animated graphical scores you make; how can I support your work? A: Thank you! The easiest way to support my work is by contributing via Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/musanim If you'd like to help in more specific way, consider this: http://www.musanim.com/underwriting Q: Could you please do a video of _______? A: Please see this: http://www.musanim.com/requests/
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Magic Flute - Mozart - Die Zauberflöte - Tölzer Knabenchor
Soloists of the Tölzer Knabenchor perform the scene in W. A. Mozart's opera Die Zauberflöte "The Magic Flute" where the three boys save the despairing Pamina from committing suicide. Drei Knaben: Julian Chudoba, Philipp Mosch, Matthias Hansel Pamina: Ludwig Mittelhammer pianist: Christian Brembeck conductor: Gerhard Schmidt-Gaden concert in Suntory Hall, Tokyo, Japan, 3 Oct 2000 Drei Knaben: Bald prangt, den Morgen zu verkünden, Die Sonn auf goldner Bahn. Bald soll der Aberglaube schwinden, Bald siegt der weise Mann. O holde Ruhe, steig' hernieder, Kehr' in der Menschen Herzen wieder; Dann ist die Erd' ein Himmelreich, Und Sterbliche den Göttern gleich. Erster Knabe: Doch seht, Verzweiflung quält Paminen! Zweiter Knabe, Dritter Knabe: Wo ist sie denn? Erster Knabe: Sie ist von Sinnen! Drei Knaben: Sie quält verschmähter Liebe Leiden. Laßt uns der Armen Trost bereiten! Fürwahr, ihr Schicksal geht uns nah! O wäre nur ihr Jüngling da! Sie kommt, laßt uns beiseite gehn, Damit wir, was sie mache, sehn. Pamina (zum Dolch): Du also bist mein Bräutigam? Durch dich vollend' ich meinen Gram. Drei Knaben (beiseite): Welch dunkle Worte sprach sie da? Die Arme ist dem Wahnsinn nah. Pamina: Geduld, mein Trauter, ich bin dein; Bald werden wir vermählet sein. Drei Knaben: Wahnsinn tobt ihr im Gehirne; Selbstmord steht auf ihrer Stirne. Holdes Mädchen, sieh uns an! Pamina: Sterben will ich, weil der Mann, Den ich nimmermehr kann hassen, Sein Traute kann verlassen. Dies gab meine Mutter mir. Drei Knaben: Selbstmord strafet Gott an dir! Pamina: Lieber durch dies Eisen sterben, Als durch Liebesgram verderben! Mutter, durch dich leide ich, Und dein Fluch verfolget mich! Drei Knaben: Mädchen, willst du mit uns gehn? Pamina: Ha, des Jammers Maß ist voll! Falscher Jüngling, lebe wohl! Sieh, Pamina, ach! stirbt durch dich, Dieses Eisen töte mich! Drei Knaben (halten ihr den Arm): Ha, Unglückliche, halt ein! Sollte dies dein Jüngling sehen, Würde er vor Gram vergehen; Denn er liebet dich allein. Pamina (erholt sich): Was? Er fühlte Gegenliebe, Und verbarg mir seine Triebe, Wandte sein Gesicht vor mir? Warum sprach er nicht mit mir? Drei Knaben: Dieses müßen wir verschweigen, Doch wir wollen dir ihn zeigen! Und du wirst mit Staunen sehn, Daß er dir sein Herz geweiht, Und den Tod für dich nicht scheut. Komm, wir wollen zu ihm gehen. Pamina: Führt mich hin, ich möcht' ihn seh'n! Alle: Zwei Herzen, die von Liebe brennen, Kann Menschenohnmacht niemals trennen. Verloren ist der Feinde Müh', Die Götter selbst schützen sie.
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Mozart, The Magic Flute, Highlights
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, The Magic Flute, Highlights from the 2012 BONJ Summer Music Festival performance, The Baroque Orchestra of New Jersey, Robert W. Butts, Conductor, featuring: Karole Lewis, Kevin Peters, Maria Alu, Ted Dougherty, Jessica Essrig, Cassandra Lambros, Tonia Maneneri, Brian Jamieson, Don Sheasley
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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
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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Моцарт-Вълшебната флейта с бг субтитри(II ч.)Magic flute-K.Branagh
Mozart-Die Zauberfloete / Magic flute / Вълшебната флейта - филм по операта режисьор Kenneth Branagh, превод на английски Stephen Fry изп. Joseph Kaiser, Amy Carson, Rene Pape, Lyubov Petrova и др. Idéale Audience, 2006 субтитрите се пускат от надписа СС долу в прозореца на видеото
Views: 39967 Boyan Batchvarov
Magic Flute - excerpts of 3 geni - W.Mozart
Eleonora Ronconi, Emma Balsamo and Leonardo Macchiavelli sing two songs for the three Geni from Mozart's Magic Flute (Zauberflote). June 8th 2008, St James church Florence Italy. Riccardo Foti at the piano.
Views: 758 Joan Yakkey
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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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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Mozart The Magic Flute Overture (Recorder Quintet)
The overture of Mozart's opera, the Magic Flute, was performed by a recorder quintet, the Apollo Flaute III. At the Seiai Church, Kobe, Japan, 2012.9.22
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Mozart: Magic Flute  - Two Arias (Jean Cassignol, recorder)
The Magic Flute, German Die Zauberflöte, singspiel in two acts by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, with a German libretto by Austrian actor and theatrical producer Emanuel Schikaneder. The opera, Mozart’s last, premiered at the rustic Theater auf der Wieden near Vienna on September 30, 1791, not long before Mozart’s death on December 5. On one level, The Magic Flute is a simple fairy tale concerning a damsel in distress and the handsome prince who rescues her. Beneath the surface, however, the piece is much more complex. It is an allegory of the quest for wisdom and enlightenment as presented through symbols of Freemasonry; Mozart and Schikaneder were both Freemasons. Most obvious of the Masonic symbols is the number three: among the cast are three boys, three ladies, and three slaves, and musical passages feature three chords (as those that begin the overture) or three stanzas, among other instances. The music of The Magic Flute closely underscores the drama. Mozart used varied musical styles to depict his characters. Folksy birdcatcher Papageno—a role first played by Schikaneder himself—and his late-appearing sweetheart Papagena (the names derive from the German word for “parrot”) are given unpretentious, folklike melodies. By contrast, the deceptive Queen of the Night is portrayed as an Italianate coloratura indulging in both vocal and emotional histrionics. (The role, written for Mozart’s sister-in-law Josepha Hofer, is famed in opera circles as the highest and perhaps most difficult ever composed, with its light, fast coloratura singing and large intervals between consecutive pitches.) For the young lovers Tamino and Pamina, Mozart composed music that is sweetly romantic yet also harmonically progressive, using at times an unusually chromatic vocal line. Using music to reinforce personality allowed Mozart to create characters that continue to move modern audiences. Like Mozart’s few other German-language operas—including Die Entführung aus dem Serail, The Abduction from the Seraglio—The Magic Flute is a singspiel, a form that includes spoken dialogue between the musical numbers. Works combining spoken words and sung text in local languages—German, French, and English—were fairly common, and these more-accessible works had periods of great local popularity. The Magic Flute, which was successful from the beginning, continues to make frequent appearances on the world’s opera stages. *Jean Cassignol, recorder / Isabelle Hénaff, piano 1. Pamina's Aria (0:00) 2. The Queen of the Night's Aria (3:16) ****** If you like this video subscribe to my channel. There are many more videos like this one lovingly prepared and edited by myself for your enjoyment! Check out my extensive playlist collections as well.
Papagenos Trial - an animation inspired by ENO's The Magic Flute directed by Trayton Scott
Directors Note: Papageno's Trial is an animated film starring the comic sidekick of Mozart's The Magic Flute. Papageno feels bad about failing the second of Sarastro's three trials, so the story begins with Papageno breaking into Tamino's third trial to reclaim his pride, but he encounters a larger-than-life challenge along the way... About English National Opera: ENO is creating the future of opera: presenting award-winning work that is new, exciting and surprising. Collaborating with creative talent from across the arts, ENO is based at the London Coliseum and has a world-class reputation for distinctive and highly theatrical productions. This reputation has resulted in many high profile artistic partnerships with opera houses and festivals around the world. Subscribe to ENO and never miss another video: http://goo.gl/ljEMBr Keep up to date with the latest from ENO: ENO on YouTube: http://goo.gl/L2ccRh ENO on Facebook | http://goo.gl/F4vii0 ENO on Twitter | https://twitter.com/e_n_o ENO on Instagram | http://instagram.com/englishnationalo... More great opera | http://www.eno.org/
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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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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W. Mozart Choir from "Magic Flute"
Детский Хор "Алые Паруса" ДМХШ68, Москва, БЗК 1989 год Дир. Павел Хайновский Ф-но Е. Арсеньева
Views: 276 Pavel Khaynovsky
The Magic Flute - Der Vogelfanger bin ich -W. Mozart - performed by: Dylan Kirby
Music Teachers Association of California - Branch Honors Recital May 1, 2011, Tustin CA
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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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MOZART, The Magic Flute, Two Men In Armure, 2nd Act (Lyrics En)
- WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART [ 1756-1791] https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolfgang_Amadeus_Mozart OPER: Die Zauberflöte (La Flûte enchantée), K. 620, 2 Akten ZWEITER AKT TWO ARMOURED MEN : Tenor, Bass; Alan Oke; Graeme Broadbent) TAMINO: Tenor, Will Hartmann PAMINA: Soprano, Dorothea Röschmann Lang. : DE, EN [Their melody is that of the choral tune "Ach Gott, vom Himmel sieh darein", set to Luther’s versification of the 12th Psalm. Luther’s Poem was the basis for the Text for Bach’s Cantata BWV 2, 1724] DER, WELCHER WANDELT DIESE STRAßE voll Beschwerde, wird rein Durch Feuer, Wasser, Luft und Erde. Wenn er des Todes Schrecken Überwinden kann, schwingt er sich Von der Erde Himmelan; Erleuchtet, wird er dann im Stande sein, sich den Mysterien Der Isis ganz au weihn. HE WHO WANDERS THIS STREET Full of hardship, becomes clean Through fire, water, air, and earth. If he the terror of Death Can overcome, he vaults From the earth, heavenward; Illuminated, he will be in good Standing, to consecrate himself Entirely to Isis. TAMINO Mich schreckt kein Tod Als Mann zu handeln, Den Weg der Tugend fortzuwandeln, Schließt mir des Schrekens Pforten auf; Ich wage froh den kühnen Lauf. NO FEAR OF DEATH TERRORIZES Me from acting as a man, To wander the road of virture, Open the doors of terror to me; I happily dare to take the bold course PAMINA Tamino, halt! Ich muß dich sehn. --------Tamino, stop! I must see you. TAMINO Was hör ich? Paminens Stimme?--------What do I hear? Pamina's voice? MEN IN ARMOR Ja, ja, das ist Paminens Stimme.-------- Yes, yes, that is Pamina's voice. TAMINO AND MEN IN ARMOR Wohl mir (dir) nun kann sie mit mir (dir) gehn.-------- Good, now she can go with me (you). Nun trennet uns (euch) kein Schicksal mehr.-------- Now destiny parts us (you) no more. Wenn auch der Tot beschieden wär,-------- Even if Death were demanded, Wenn auch der Tot beschieden wär,-------- Even if Death were demanded, TAMINO Ist mir erlaubt, mit ihr zu sprechen?---------- Am I allowed to speak with her? MEN IN ARMOR Dir ist erlaubt mit ihr zu sprechen.---------- You are allowed to talk with her. TAMINO AND MEN IN ARMOR Welch Glück wenn wir uns wiedersehn,-------- What happiness when we meet again, Froh Hand in Hand in Tempel gehn!--------Happily hand in hand going into the temple! Ein Weib, daß Nacht und Tod nicht scheut,--------A woman who shuns not night and death, Ist würdig und wird eingeweiht.-------- Is worthy and will be consecrated. FR LES DEUX HOMMES EN ARMURE [La mélodie est celle du choral `Ach Gott, vom Himmel sieh darein' composé sur le 12e Psaume tel qu’il fut versifié par Luther. Ce poème de Luther servit de texte à la Cantate de Bach BWV 2, 1724] CELUI QUI emprunte cette voie pleine d’embûches, sera purifié par le Feu, l’Eau, l’Air et la Terre. S’il sait surmonter la crainte de la Mort, il s’élèvera de la terre vers le ciel ! Dans une clarté nouvelle il pourra dès lors se consacrer tout entier aux mystères d’Isis. TAMINO Je n’ai pas peur d’affronter la mort comme un homme et de marcher sur le sentier de la vertu ! – Ouvrez maintenant les portes de la terreur, j’aborde avec joie la périlleuse course. – (voulant s’éloigner) PAMINA (de l’intérieur) Tamino arrête, je veux te voir. TAMINO Qu’ai-je entendu ? Est-ce la voix de Pamina ? – LES DEUX HOMMES ARMÉS Oui, oui, c’est la voix de Pamina ! – TAMINO Quelle joie, Pamina peut m’accompagner ! Le sort ne nous sépare plus désormais, même si la mort doit nous échoir. LES DEUX HOMMES ARMÉS Quelle joie, Pamina peut t’accompagner ! Le sort ne vous sépare plus désormais, même si la mort doit vous échoir. TAMINO M’est-il permis de lui parler ? – LES DEUX HOMMES ARMÉS Il t’est permis de lui parler ! TAMINO Quel bonheur, quand nous nous reverrons, d’entrer dans le temple, la main dans la main. Une femme que n’effrayent ni la Nuit ni la Mort, est vraiment digne d’être initiée. LES DEUX HOMMES ARMÉS Quel bonheur, quand nous nous reverrons, d’entrer dans le temple, la main dans la main. Une femme que n’effrayent ni la Nuit ni la Mort, est vraiment digne d’être initiée. (La porte s’ouvre...) CHORAL CANTATA BWV 2 by Johann Sebastian Bach, 1724 "Ach Gott, vom Himmel sieh darein" : Martin Luther (1523/24) http://www.bach-cantatas.com/BWV2.htm .
Views: 2848 Franz Mosii