Mozart: Die Zauberflöte, K620

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Mozart: Die Zauberflöte, K620

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31st Oct 2011




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Mozart: Die Zauberflöte, K620

Live Recording from From The Salzburger Festspiele, 1982

Edita Gruberova (Königin der Nacht), Peter Schreier (Tamino), Christian Boesch (Papageno), Ileana Cotrubas (Pamina), Edda Moser (Erste Dame), Ann Murray (Zweite Dame), Ingrid Mayr (Dritte Dame), Martti Talvela (Sarastro), Horst Hiestermann (Monostatos), Gudrun Sieber (Papagena)

Wiener Staatsoper, James Levine

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Directed, Set & Costume Design by JEAN-PIERRE PONNELLE

This production of Mozart’s Magic Flute received enormous and unanimous approval, when it was premiered in Salzburg. Endless applause on the night and an unusual state of accord from the international press where enthusiastic reviews soon gave this staging the status of a legend.

Of course, none of that would have had the same appeal if it had not been in accord with Mozart’s music, performed quite un-theoretically, with perfect blend of lightness and pathos, humour and profundity, by James Levine and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra; nor would it all have worked without a truly Festival-worthy cast of singers whose strengths were perfectly balanced and every single one of whom – right down to the members of the chorus – was totally committed to the work.

Sound Format: PCM Stereo

Format: 4:3

DVD Format: DVD 5 & DVD 9 / NTSC

Subtitle Languages: DE, GB, FR, ES, IT

Running Time: 189 mins

FSK: 0

BBC Music Magazine

February 2011


“Delivered with energy and great expertise”

Penguin Guide

2011 edition

“From the start, with James Levine at his most brilliant and perceptive as conductor, it struck an ideal medium between the pantomime element and the weightier implications of the Masonic makes ideal entertainment on film.”

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