1. Cambodian Performing Arts, Sophilin Cheam Shapiro's Pamina Devi.Presented by www.kantorpos.nl.


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    Cambodia, Sophilin Cheam Shapiro's Pamina Devi. Peter Sellars comissioned Pamina Devi for Vienna's 2006 New Crowned Hope Festival. It is Sophiline's interpretation of Mozart's opera The Magic Flute. www.kantorpos.nl

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    • MENINO!


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      my girlfriends parrot performing the magic flute!

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      • Warrior praying for justice and revenge, acting studies....


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        Movement and character exercises by Sandrine Anterrion. Music by Mozart, O Isis und Osiris. Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sandrine-Anterrion/50413012160 OperaMadinina.com

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        • Untitled


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          • Die Zauberflöte - Mozart - trailer


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            In the most frequently performed opera in the world we see two opposing realms: that of light and the land, and that of the dark underwater world. The up-and-coming German director David Hermann presents a raw version of an opera everyone thinks they know. The fairytale, which is anything but light-hearted, is translated into a contemporary reading of a world out of balance. A stark contrast to Mozart’s enchanting music. Special: Twitter session with director David Hermann on Monday 10 Dec between 14h & 15h! Send in your questions through #toverfluit @vlaamseopera From 12 Dec in Antwerp, from 10 Jan in Ghent Find out more: www.vlaamseopera.be/zauberflote

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            • H.R. Pufnstuf Opening and Closing Theme 1969


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              H.R. Pufnstuf is a children's television series produced by Sid and Marty Krofft in the United States. It was the first Krofft live-action, life-size puppet program. The seventeen episodes were originally broadcast from September 6, 1969 to December 27, 1969. The broadcasts were successful enough that NBC kept it on the Saturday morning schedule until August 1972. The show was shot in Paramount Studios and its opening was shot in Big Bear Lake, California. Reruns of the show aired on ABC Saturday morning from September 2, 1972 to September 8, 1973 and on Sunday mornings in some markets from September 16, 1973 to September 8, 1974. It was syndicated by itself from 1974 to 1978 and in a package with six other Kroft series under the banner Krofft Superstars from 1978 to 1985. In 2004 and 2007, H.R. Pufnstuf was ranked #22 and #27 on TV Guide's Top Cult Shows Ever. H.R. Pufnstuf introduced the Kroffts' most-used plot scenario: their fairy tale of good versus evil. The show centered on a shipwrecked boy named Jimmy (played by a 16-year-old or a 17-year-old named Jack Wild). He is 11 years old when he arrives on the island and turns 12 in the episode called "The Birthday Party." Jimmy and his friend, a talking flute named Freddy, take a ride on a mysterious boat, which promised adventures across the sea, to kooky Living Island, home of dancing talking trees and singing frogs. The Mayor of Living Island was a friendly and helpful dragon named H.R. Pufnstuf (voiced by the show's writer Lennie Weinrib, who also voices many of the other characters). The boat was actually owned and controlled by a wicked witch named Wilhelmina W. Witchiepoo (played by Billie Hayes) who rode on a broomstick-like vehicle called the Vroom Broom. She used the boat to lure Jimmy and Freddy to her castle on Living Island, where she was going to take Jimmy prisoner and steal Freddy. But H.R. Pufnstuf found out about her plot and was able to rescue Jimmy when he leaped out of the enchanted boat with Freddy and swam ashore. Jimmy was taken in by H.R. Pufnstuf, who was able to protect him from Witchiepoo, as the cave where he lived was the only place her magic had no effect. Apart from Jimmy and Witchiepoo, all of the characters on Living Island were realized via large cumbersome costumes or puppetry. Since everything on Living Island was alive (namely houses, castles, boats, clocks, candles, books, trees, mushrooms, etc.), virtually any part of the Living Island sets could become a character, usually voiced in a parody of a famous film star, such as Mae West, Edward G. Robinson or most notably John Wayne as "The West Wind." A frequent plot device involves Witchiepoo and her henchmen Orson Vulture, Seymour Spider, and Stupid Bat trying to steal Freddy only to be thwarted by Pufnstuf. Another concerns Jimmy and Freddy's efforts to return home from Living Island with the same lack of success. Witchiepoo later appeared in the Lidsville episode "Have I Got a Girl For Hoo Doo" where she was lands a date with Horatio J. Hoodoo. H.R. Pufnstuf appeared in a segment of Sigmund and the Sea Monsters. The Krofft Superstar Hour also involved characters in two segments The Lost Island (which H.R. Pufnstuf was in) and Horror Hotel (which Witchiepoo, Orson Vulture, Seymour Spider, and Stupid Bat are featured with Hoodoo). SMK and Vivendi Entertainment has obtained the home video rights to the series and released the complete series on Jan. 11, 2011. Two versions of the release exist; one is a traditional complete series set, while the other is a collector's set, featuring a bobble-head of H.R. Pufnstuf. The series is also available in Digital media format at iTunes Store. http://www.amazon.com/H-R-Pufnstuf-The-Complete-Series/dp/B00013F32G

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              • Konigin, 1st aria, storyboard 2010


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                My attempt at presenting a concept for the 1st aria of the Queen of the Night, Magic Flute, O zittre nicht. Used Mozart's music, of course, my text and sketches, as well as photos from the web. Thanks for watching. www.MidnightNotebook.com Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sandrine-Anterrion/50413012160

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                • The Magic Flute


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                  • dream


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                    • Hoopla's The Night Queen clip 1: Pamina & Dad (Sssh! Song)


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                      An extract from Hoopla Theatre's play for 6-12 year-olds The Night Queen, inspired by Mozart's The Magic Flute, produced in association with The Belgrade Theatre, Coventry. Sarah Middleton as Pamina & Dan Willis as her dad www.hooplatheatre.com www.thenightqueen.net

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