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The magic flute

Author: Wolfgang Amadeus MozartEmanuel SchikanederGöran JärvefeltThomas OlofssonAnn Christine BielAll authors
Publisher: [London] : RM Associates ; Chatsworth, CA : Distributed exclusively by Image Entertainment, [2002], ©1989.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : GermanView all editions and formats
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Intertwining music of purity and beauty with the conventions of musical comedy, this opera is an exploration of man's search for truth and his confusion between the forces of light and dark. Mozart's final operatic legacy is a great work of the Enlightenment era.
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Genre/Form: Drama
Filmed operas
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Emanuel Schikaneder; Göran Järvefelt; Thomas Olofsson; Ann Christine Biel; Stefan Dahlberg; László Polgár; Birgit Louise Frandsen; Mikael Samuelson; Birgitta Larsson, (Soprano); Anita Soldh; Linnéa Sallay; Inger Blom; Petteri Salomaa; Magnus Kyhle; Arnold Östman; Drottningholmsteatern.; RM Arts (Firm); Sveriges television.; Bayerischer Rundfunk.; Special Broadcasting Service (Australia); Image Entertainment (Firm); Reiner Moritz Associates.
OCLC Number: 51157359
Language Note: In German; with English subtitles.
Notes: Originally produced as a motion picture in 1989.
Credits: Costumes and props, Carl Friedrich Oberle ; camera, Stig-Arne Halvarsson ... [et al.] ; videotape editor, Jan Askelöf.
Cast: Ann-Christine Biel (Pamina) ; Stefan Dahlberg (Tamino) ; Laszlo Polgar (Sarastro) ; Birgit Louise Frandsen (Queen of the Night) ; Mikael Samuelson (Papageno) ; Birgitta Larsson (Papagena) ; Anita Soldh, Linéa Sallay, Inger Blom (Three ladies) ; Petteri Salomaa (The speaker) ; Magnus Khyle (Monostatos) ; Elisabeth Berg, Ann-Christine Larsson, Anna Tomson (Three boys) ; Torbjörn Lillieqvist (A priest) ; Thomas Annmo, Olle Sköld (Two men in armour) ; Drottningholm Court Theatre Chorus and Orchestra ; Arnold Östman.
Target Audience: MPAA rating: Not rated.
Description: 1 videodisc (160 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 scene selections guide (1 leaf : col. ill.)
Details: DVD, Dolby digital stereo., Region 1 encoding.
Other Titles: Mozart's The magic flute
Responsibility: text, Emanuel Schikaneder ; music, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ; director, Göran Järvefelt ; produced and directed for television by Thomas Olofsson ; co-produced by Bayerischer Rundfunk/Drottningholm Court Theatre Production AB/RM Arts/Swedish Television, Channel 1-Drama/SBS Australia.

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Intertwining music of purity and beauty with the conventions of musical comedy, this opera is an exploration of man's search for truth and his confusion between the forces of light and dark. Mozart's final operatic legacy is a great work of the Enlightenment era.

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