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Title Die Zauberflöte, K 620 : Singspiel in two acts / libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder ; music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ; Rai 1, Teatro alla Scala presents
Published London : Opus Arte, [2012]
London Opus Arte, 2012
©2012

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Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 MELB  782.1 Moz/Dza  AVAILABLE
Description 1 videodisc (172 minutes) : sound, colour ; 4 3/4 inches
Notes Program notes and synopsis in English, French, and German (19 p. : ill. ; 18 cm.) inserted in container
Special features include: interviews with William Kentridge and Roland Böer; cast gallery
Title from opening screen credits
Credits Director, William Kentridge ; set design, William Kentridge and Sabine Theunissen ; costume design, Greta Goiris ; lighting design, Jennifer Tipton ; Patrizia Carmine, RV and video director
Performer Günther Groissböck (Sarastro) ; Saimir Pirgu (Tamino) ; Albina Shagimuratova (Queen of the Night) ; Genia Kühmeier (Pamina) ; Ailish Tynan (Papagena) ; Alex Esposito (Papageno) ; Peter Bronder (Monostatos) ; supporting soloists ; Orchestra and Chorus of the Teatro alla Scala ; Roland Böer, conductor
Event Recorded at Teatro alla Scala, Milano, 20 March to 3 April 2011
Notes DVD-9; all regions; aspect ratio 16:9, anamorphic, Dolby Digital, DTS digital surround
Sung in German, with English, French, German, Spanish, and Italian subtitles
Available for Deakin University Staff and Students only
Subject Kentridge, William, 1955-
Operas.
Genre/Form Video recordings.
Author Bronder, Peter, 1953- performer
Böer, Roland, 1970- performer
Carmine, Patrizia.
Esposito, Alex, performer
Goiris, Greta, 1967-
Groissböck, Günther, performer
Kentridge, William, 1955-
Kühmeier, Genia, performer
Pirgu, Saimir, performer
Schikaneder, Emanuel, 1751-1812.
Theunissen, Sabine.
Tipton, Jennifer.
Tynan, Ailish, performer
Šagimuratova, Albina, performer
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791. Zauberflöte.
Radiotelevisione italiana.
Teatro alla Scala.
Other Titles At head of title: from the Teatro alla Scala di Milano