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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:

The Magic Flute

Mozart's famous German singspiel, or opera, "The Magic Flute," tells a charming, fantastic story that includes a bird seller, a captured princess, a prince who wants to rescue her, an evil Queen of the Night,a priest and, of course, a magic flute. The plot is complicated but the music is beautiful and memorable. You won't be able to stop humming Papageno's theme song!

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This Week's Quiz

The Magic Flute is a singspiel, a German play with both spoken lines and music.

 True

 False

Which of the following is NOT a character in The Magic Flute?

 Papageno

 Pamino

 Hary Janos

 Queen of the Night

 Sarastro

The Magic Flute was written for ordinary people, not for nobility.

 True

 False

Classics For Kids

Our Shows

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:

The Magic Flute

Mozart's famous German singspiel, or opera, "The Magic Flute," tells a charming, fantastic story that includes a bird seller, a captured princess, a prince who wants to rescue her, an evil Queen of the Night,a priest and, of course, a magic flute. The plot is complicated but the music is beautiful and memorable. You won't be able to stop humming Papageno's theme song!

Music heard in this episode:

More shows about Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

About Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Mozart's Operas
The Starling Chamber Orchestra
Child Prodigy Composers
What's a Rondo?
Janissary Music

Learn more about Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Classics For Kids


This Week's Quiz

The Magic Flute is a singspiel, a German play with both spoken lines and music.

 True

 False

Which of the following is NOT a character in The Magic Flute?

 Papageno

 Pamino

 Hary Janos

 Queen of the Night

 Sarastro

The Magic Flute was written for ordinary people, not for nobility.

 True

 False

 

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