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The Prince is given a magic flute and Papageno a set of magic chimes as protection; the instruments have a way of charming both man and beast. Additionally, three spirits, acting as guardians and advisors, will lead the way. Sarastro’s slave Monostatos pursues Pamina but is frightened away by Papageno, who tells Pamina that he and Tamino have come to rescue her. Meanwhile the three spirits.
With a memorable performance of Mozart’s Magic Flute, Sir Simon Rattle opened the first Easter Festival in Baden-Baden in March 2013. The Financial Times spoke of a “top-drawer cast”: “Pavol Breslik is all you could wish for in a Tamino, Michael Nagy’s Papageno is charismatic and lithe, Kate Royal gives Pamina subtle complexity as well as grace.”.
The ladies now free Papageno, and give Tamino a magic flute and Papageno a set of magic bells to protect them, telling them that three boys will guide them on their journey. Within Sarastro’s walls, Monostatos is attempting to rape Pamina, but runs away when he is frightened by Papageno. The bird-catcher tells Pamina that Tamino has fallen in love with her and that they have come to her.
The Ladies give Tamino a magic flute and Papageno a set of magic bells and tell them that they will be guided by Three Boys. Pamina is being threatened by Sarastro’s servant, Monostatos. however, Papageno’s unexpected arrival frightens him away and Papageno tells Pamina that Tamino is on his way to save her. Led by the Three Boys to Sarastro’s temple Tamino is confused to be told by a.
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Sir Thomas Allen returns to Scottish Opera to revive his five-star production of Mozart’s most inventive opera. Set in a spectacular world inspired by the Victorian futurism of HG Wells and Jules Verne, this enthralling Magic Flute perfectly balances the opera’s beguiling mix of comedy, fantasy and pantomime with a profound story of the search for wisdom, love and truth.
When the priest leaves, Tamino plays his magic flute in hopes to summon Papageno and Pamina. Tamino then hears Papageno play his pipes and he leaves while following their sound. Meanwhile, Papageno and Pamina are working their way towards the sound of Tamino's flute. Suddenly, they are captured by Monostatos and his men. Papageno rings his magic bells and the two escape capture. Moments later.