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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Die Zauberflöte, KV620
["The Magic Flute"]

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Title Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Die Zauberflöte, KV620
["The Magic Flute"]
Description Opera in two acts
Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder
Creator Metropolitan Opera
Date November 3, 1993
[multiple performances]

Metropolitan Opera
Lincoln Center
New York, NY
Contributor Cast (in order of appearance):
Tamino- Frank Lopardo
First Lady- Rebecca Copley
Second Lady- Mary Ann McCormick
Third Lady- Jane Shaulis
Papageno- Mark Oswald
Queen of the Night- Ruth Welting
First Slave- David Asch
Second Slave- Roger Crouthamel
Third Slave- Robert Manno
Monostatos- Anthony Laciura
Pamina- Sylvia McNair
First Boy- Joel Evans
Second Boy- Franz Musial-Aderer
Third Boy- Gregory Rodriguez
Speaker- Alan Held
Sarastro- Eric Halfvarson
First Priest- James Courtney
Second Priest- Bernard Fitch
Papagena- Yvonne Gonzales
First Guard- Gary Bachlund
Second Guard- Richard Vernon

Metropolitan Opera
James Levine, conductor
Guus Mostart, production
John Cox, original production
David Hockney, set and costume designer
Gil Wechsler, lighting designer
David Kneuss, stage director
Raymond Hughes, chorus master
Jane Klaviter, Donna Racik, and Franz Vote, musical preparation
Robin Guarino, assistant stage director
Jane Klaviter, prompter
Ian Falconer, assistant to David Hockney
Irene Spiegelman, German diction coach
Elena Doria, Children's Chorus director
Michael Parloff, flute solo
Relation Classical Music in Review
"New voices in all principal 'Zauberflöte' roles"
by Allan Kozinn

The New York Times
November 6, 1993
Type Opera

Newspaper article review

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Citation

Metropolitan Opera, “ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Die Zauberflöte, KV620
["The Magic Flute"],” Cook Music Library Digital Exhibitions, accessed October 21, 2021, http://collections.libraries.indiana.edu/cookmusiclibrary/items/show/752.