This Day in History:Mozart’s The Magic Flute Premieres (1791)

This Day in History:
Mozart’s The Magic Flute Premieres (1791)

In the final year of his life, prolific composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart produced the opera Die Zauberflöte—The Magic Flute—featuring a libretto by the actor Emmanuel Schikaneder. The work is considered a singspiel—an opera in German that contains spoken dialogue and is usually comic in tone. Mozart brought this form of light musical entertainment to a height of lyrical and symbolic art. How much longer did Mozart live after The Magic Flute debuted?: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

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