Música – Libretos de Opera: La flauta mágica ópera en dos actos de wolfgang amadeus mozart libreto de emanuel schikaneder. Compra, venta y subastas de. die sich selbst öffnet und schließt). Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart no. Nel contempo gli uccelli fischiettano). Quant’è mai potente la tua voce magica. Die Zauberflöte wird dich schützen The magic flute will protect you, Im größten Unglück unterstützen. Support you in the greatest misfortune. 1st and 2nd LADIES.

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That said, Rebecca Evans makes a very fetching Pamina and Anna-Kristina Kaappola a young-looking Queen of the Night who hits all those notes spot-on without quite bringing out the goosebumps. How much of this is due to Lee Blakeley, who took charge of this revival, is hard to say, but the pattern is interesting. In both cases you should know how to switch cookies back on!

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A Flauta Mágica

All mainstream modern browsers have cookies enabled by default, so if you’ve been directed to this page it probably means you’re uisng a weird and wonderful browser of your own choosing, or have disabled cookies yourself. With wooly hat and baggy brown trousers, he offered an exquisitely crafted piece of acting portraying an unusually sensitive simpleton by means of wonderfully expressive eyes and subtle inflections of his facial muscles.

Nor does McVicar forget that this d meant to be an entertainment, and, even in a dark, imposing staging given in the original German, there are a few laughs.

There are times when the ROH Orchestra sounds like a real period band, in the best sense. It happened also that he was by some distance the most distinguished and distinctive voice mmozart stage, resonant, characterful and at ease with everything he did.


David Stark Third Boy: This was a revival of the production.

Indeed, this was one of the best performances by the company in recent times, extremely well paced, sung, acted and spoken. What has happened is that Papageno, pricelessly played and sung by Simon Keenlyside as a melancholy clown, has become the absolute centre of the conception rather than some charming sideshow.

Simon Keenlyside Queen of the Night: Subscribe to our newsletter Some error text Name. With the bulk of Brando but less vocal heft, Jan-Hendrick Rootering is a Sarastro below Covent Garden standards, flauha Will Hartmann makes as dull and note-curdling a Tamino as he did first time around.

The fiendishly difficult role of the Queen of the Night was tackled with admirable confidence and panache by Anna-Kristiina Kaappola.

That might matter less were the singing and acting better than ordinary. DIE Zauberflote is an opera both solemn and frivolous, both vast and intimate. At last this is a Flute to lift the heart. Es posible aunque idealista, que algo se logre aunque sea poco. It was also a comparatively speedy performance, ending a good fifteen ve before the published finishing time.

Some performances portray it as mere pantomime, while others give it an almost Wagnerian heaviness.

ARASAAC – Materials: Opera “La flauta mágica”

The production is available on DVD. Please click the link ,ozart that email to activate your subscription. Perhaps the star of the show — though there were several in this performance — was Sir Charles Mackerras, celebrating his 80th year by conducting these performances.


Each generation, perhaps, throws up one, maybe two, great Papagenos. Emanuel Schikaneder Venue and Dates: Tamino is given by Will Hartmann. We never store sensitive information about our customers in cookies.

The fact that it is a Singspiel also makes it slightly unusual, as the music frequently stops to give way to spoken dialogue. Sir Charles MacKerras Director: Email address subscribed successfully.

And no bad thing.

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Papageno was played by the ever-wonderful Simon Keenlyside. It says nothing about the artist, of course, that he withdrew so swiftly from the tumult of applause that greeted his curtain call, so as to avoid embarassing the next performer to take one, but it does say something about the man.

When this show first appeared it was too po-faced by half, full of regard for the pomposities of the piece but hardly at ease with its lightness, enchantment and childish simplicity. Transient cookies are kept in RAM and are deleted either when you close all your browser windows, or when you reboot your computer.

A review of two Papagenos. The orchestra was far less sluggish than when Colin Davis conducted this production two years ago, and from the overture onwards there was a focus and drive to its playing that carried the performance.

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