The Three Spirits lead Tamino to Sarastro’s temple. Tamino is at first rebuffed, but a Speaker informs him that Sarastro is good, not evil. Tamino plays his Magic Flute to summon Pamina and Papageno; its sounds tame the animals. Finally, Papageno answers with his pipes, and Tamino rushes off to find them. Scene 4. The courtyard of the Temple.
The Magic Flute: A beginner's guide to Mozart's operas. 20. The lovers are reunited. Sarastro unites the couple at the entrance of the main temple and the chorus sings the praises of the Prince and Pamina in overcoming the tasks to find true love.. Mozart's famous opera The Magic Flute is about to be transformed into a video game.
The Magic Flute Synopsis ACT ONE Scene One. A young prince named Tamino is being chased by a serpent through a valley. After he falls unconscious, three ladies emerge from a temple and kill the snake. Tamino awakens and assumes the snake was killed by a good-natured bird catcher named Papageno who has just arrived on the scene.The ladies give a magic flute to Tamino and silver bells to Papageno to ensure their safety on the journey and appoint three spirits to guide them. Sarastro’s slave Monostatos pursues Pamina but is frightened away by Papageno. The birdcatcher tells Pamina that Tamino loves her and is on his way to save her.Scottish Opera - The Magic Flute. Revival of the 2012 production Supported by The Scottish Opera Syndicate. Sir Thomas Allen returns to Scottish Opera to revive his five-star production of Mozart’s most inventive opera. Set in a spectacular world inspired by the Victorian futurism of HG Wells and Jules Verne, this enthralling Magic Flute perfectly balances the opera’s beguiling mix of.
Reconsidering The Magic Flute. Mozart's The Magic Flute is a puzzling opera. Its mood is sometimes childish, sometimes utterly solemn. The Queen of the Night is a sympathetic character who has been wronged by Sarastro when we meet her in the first act.Read More
Mozart wrote The Magic Flute in 1791, just after the French Revolution and just before he died. Haydn had introduced Mozart to Freemasonry, and the opera is full of the ideas (the autonomy of the individual, self-determination, appalling sexism), the ideals (power, wisdom, beauty), and the symbols (aprons, hammers, compasses, a pyramid with an all-seeing eye) of the Masons.Read More
Performances 31 May 2018 2, 8, 14, 17, 22, 24, 30 June 2018 11, 17, 19, 21 July 2018 Start time 6pm - Interval 7.10pm - Finish 10pm. Insight Talk - Wednesday 18 April 2018 Pre-performance Talk - Friday 8 June 2018, 4.30pm. Mozart’s much-loved final opera, The Magic Flute, celebrates the triumph of love and reason over chaos and evil.Prince Tamino and the bird-catcher Papageno set out on a.Read More
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The Magic Flute was commissioned by Mozart’s friend and fellow Freemason, Emanuel Schikaneder, who owned a playhouse in Vienna. Schikaneder wrote the libretto and played Papageno. Mozart’s sister-in-law, Josepha Hofer, played the Queen of the Night. The opera advocates many of the ideals of masonry: a belief in reason and wisdom, trials and enlightenment, and the power of music.Read More
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The Authentic Magic Flute Libretto: Mozart's Autograph or the First Full-Score Edition? investigates the origin and claim to authenticity of the first full-score edition of Die Zauberflste, drawing attention to the close bond between words and music.Read More
That The Magic Flute is a barely veiled Masonic allegory cannot be doubted. It acts, in fact, as a kind of introduction to the secret society. Its story celebrates the main themes of masonry: good vs. evil, enlightenment vs. ignorance, and the virtues of knowledge, justice, wisdom and truth.Read More
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.Read More
Protected by the tones of the Magic Flute, the two transcend both fire and water, and are welcomed into the Temple by Sarastro and the Priests. Papageno, meanwhile, has failed in keeping his vow of silence, and is so despondent that he threatens suicide.Read More