Mozart - Die Zauberflote
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Mozart - Die Zauberflote
This piece transcends, with its elements of ritual and allegory about harmony and enlightenment, the world of the Viennese popular theater from which it springs. It was the last of Mozart's singspiels (written when he was already dying), with spoken dialogue and cosmopolitan style. This performance features famously emotional diva Kathleen Battle and was conducted by the great James Levine. The great modern artist David Hockney adds his own artistic vision to the set design.

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"The magic's in the voices"
‑ S. James Wegg, JWR
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