"The Magic Flute” is a two-act opera and considered to be a “Singspiel,” a classification of German music drama that includes both songs and spoken dialogue.
It is a culmination of diverse orchestral colors, a testimony of Mozart's brilliance- the bells, the whistle, the trombones, the range of vocal lines, the ensemble casts, the visual feasts put together in an astonishing dramatic stroke of musical elegance, lavishness and somewhat paradoxical work.
It is about Tamino and Pamina's touching romance, somewhat of a magic show, a portrait of a spiritual journey with a healthy dosage of farcical comedy.
Due to its successful performance, the opera had witnessed triumphant progress through all major German Opera houses and eventually spread all across Europe and the world!
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