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Opera by W.A Mozart "The magic Flute"

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's last opera "The Magic Flute", which premiered in Vienna in 1791, follows the venerable tradition of Viennese magical theatre. However, this opera is by no means a work that can be clearly defined: Is it an opera that symbolises rites of a secret society? Is it simply a spectacle for the senses? In all senses, the opera is a masterpiece that binds fantastic fairy-tale creatures, crazy buffoonery, touching ideas of humanity and enlightenment with Mozart's heavenly melodies. Sung in German with subtitles in Estonian and English

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