The Magic Flute

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  • The Magic Flute Analysis

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    tells the story and the aria responds emotionally to what just happened. The recitative refers to song-speech. It is derived from the Italian verb meaning “to recite” and its purpose is to portray the quality of speech. The no. 4 recitative of The Magic Flute is where we are introduced to the Queen of the Night. The recitative is in the key of B-flat major and continues the Allegro maestoso tempo marking of the entrance music. It starts with a syncopated accompaniment figure which is useful in creating

  • Magic Flute Analysis

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    Die Zauberflöte, The Magic Flute is composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. It is a singspiel in two acts. Its German libretto is written by Austrian actor and theatrical producer Emanuel Schikaneder. In early 1791, Mozart was deeply in debt as his music no longer appealed to the Viennese public. Thus Mozart was extremely keen when Emanuel Schikaneder suggested that they work together on a new opera. Schikaneder had arrived in Vienna in 1789. He managed the Theater-auf-der-Wieden, a theatre that specialized

  • The Magic Flute Short Story

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    The Magic Flute is an opera with two acts by W.A. Mozart. The story of this opera begins with a handsome prince, Tamino, is fighting with a serpent. Three ladies attendants of the Queen of Night kill the serpent, save Tamino, and show him the portrait of the daughter of the Queen of Night, princess Pamina. Tamino, instantly falls in love with Pamina. Tamino and the birdcatcher, Papageno, leave to save Pamina, who was captured by Sarastro, the Queen of Night give them a magic flute and a magic bell

  • The Magic Flute Essay

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    “The Magic Flute” was the opera Mozart did, the opera premiered in Vienna, Italy where Mozart called home. The date of what “The Magic Flute premiered was September 30, 1791, three months after the death of Wolfgang Mozart. The opera is in two acts and it has a libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. The opera is a fairy tale, like when the prince saves the princess and they fall madly in love. The music for the opera was drama like and was in different music styles. The cast was very small, it had only

  • Personal Experience: A Live Opera

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    extremely different experiences. Before taking this course, I have never watched a live opera in person. When I went to New York City during the spring break, I watched Prince Igor in the Metropolitan Opera House. And at the end of March, I watched The Magic Flute produced by the Music School of UM in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. It is apparent that the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre is not as magnificent as the Metropolitan Opera House in regard to construction. However, when it comes to listening experience

  • Comparing The Queen Of The Night, Pamina, And Papageno

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    the Night are found in the story Lulu, oder der Zauberflöte (Lulu, or the Magic Flute) by Jakob August Liebeskind, published in a collection of fairy tales called Dschinnistan. In Lulu, a youth finds himself in the kingdom of a fairy queen, known as the ‘radiant fairy’. Like the Queen of the Night, this fairy queen asks the youth to rescue her daughter, whom has been captured by an evil sorcerer, and is given a magic flute to aid him (Spaethling 1975, pp. 48 -49). However, unlike the fairy queen

  • Die Zauberflöte Essay

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    that exist in the literary universe, there are some works that manage to teach important lessons in an innovative and engaging manner. One outstanding example of this is none other than Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s final opera, Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute), paired with a German libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. Interestingly enough, Mozart both composed and premiered this opera in 1791, twenty years after he visited the Temple of Isis, which gave him inspiration for a few scenes incorporated into

  • Essay on Mozart and Die Zauberflöte

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    each downbeat with familiar chordal movement. The fugue enters the development section and twists through a variety of major and minor tonalities. Mozart delays the recapitulation by inserting three Adagio major chords repeated three times. Now the ‘magic number’ is made blatantly apparent. The second Allegro opens, in Bb this time, and the anticipation build as Mozart introduces dramatic dynamic contrast and contrapuntal texture. The overture ends in its original key, with three pronounced Eb major

  • Genocide Ending Analysis

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    He has a “Bond Flute” which is made by the coccyx of Xuanwu. This Bond Flute has been melt inside of Sans’ skeleton, and it can be separated to use. If you want to use Bond Flute, you need to inject a large quantity of Magician Power (MP). The more power has been injected in, the more cracks will be appeared on Bond Flute. When the Bond Flute is smashed, the power of Sans is drained. 4. He knows how to control Gaster Blaster.

  • Amadeus Mozart Research Paper

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    The Magic Flute Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born January 27, 1757 and died on December 5, 1791. He did not have a long life at all; nevertheless; he was a musical genius. He was born into a musical family and started at the mere age of three playing the keyboard. Mozart composed so many different works and genres and that is why he’s well known all over the world. Although he is considered a musical genius, he started way too early. His childhood was rushed and he was forced to grow up. This led