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ISBN:0811849740
Author: Peter Malone,Anne Gatti
ISBN13: 978-0811849746
Title: The Magic Flute
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Language: English
Category: Art Music and Photography
Publisher: Chronicle Books (October 6, 2005)
Pages: 40

The Magic Flute by Peter Malone,Anne Gatti



adapted by Anne Gatti & illustrated by Peter Malone. An audio CD is included (with musical cues in the book); if everything pales before the music, readers will still sense how the opera's magic worked on Gatti and Malone, and gain an entry to the magic themselves. Pub Date: Nov. 1st, 1997.

The Magic Flute, retold by Anne Gatti, illustrated by Peter Malone. This is a the picture book version of The Magic Flute I would recommend you treat yourselves to! The story is brilliantly retold – it feels fresh and fluid, with no hint of the clunkiness I’ve found in some adaptations which try to stick too rigidly to the original libretto. Yes, this retelling leaves out details from the original opera, but ultimately I believe this ensures the story works as a story to be read and enjoyed in its own right).

The Magic Flute Authors: Anne Gatti, Peter Malone. Publisher: Chronicle Books. The Magic Flute: An Opera by Mozart Author: Kyra Teis. The book includes a parent-teacher guide. Publisher: Star Bright Books. Mateki: The Magic Flute Author: Yoshitaka Amano, Edmund Shern.

Illustrated with the glorious paintings of Peter Malone, this enchanting retelling of Mozart's famous opera paired with an audio CD is sure to delight lovers of fairytales and music alike. The CD that accompanies this book is beautifully sung. I am so astonished that a performance of this quality is inserted in the back page of this summary of Mozart's opera. It is extremely helpful that each page is matched to a specific selection on the CD.

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Peter Malone is a full-time illustrator who enjoys painting in gouache. His work has appeared in The Times and The New Yorker. He lives with his wife and two young daughters in the United Kingdom. Anne Gatti is an Irish writer based in England. She has two children. She enjoys writing both fiction and non-fiction books for children and adults, and has published several re-tellings of traditional stories, from Aesop's to African folk tales.

After my daughter's had seen Bergman's Magic Flute, they wanted to keep looking at this book to help them figure out the story. The narration is as clear as any retelling of Schikaneder's libretto can well be. The illustrations are beautiful and suitably theatrical. Mozart's last opera, the simultaneously comic and serious fairy tale The Magic Flute (Die Zauberfloete), is as problematic as anything in the medium. Some deplore it for its perceived sexism and racism; some deplore it for its arguably goofy plot. Depending on your perspective," writes David Foil in his essay in this book, it "is either the silliest opera ever written or a work of profound insight that happens to be dressed in the trappings of a cartoon.

Yoshitaka Amano, Mateki: The Magic Flute, an adaption of the opera illustrated by himself and retold using classic Japanese elements. Anne Gatti, The Magic Flute, an adaptation for young readers in picture-book form with illustrations by Peter Malone. Boldney, Richard and Robert Caldwell (1994) "Voice Categories," in Richard Boldrey, Guide to Operatic Roles & Arias. Dallas: Pst In. ISBN 1877761648. Branscombe, Peter (1991) Die Zauberflöte, Cambridge Opera Handbooks series, Cambridge University Press. Buch, David J. (1997) "Mozart and the Theater auf der Wieden: New attributions and perspectives," Cambridge Opera Journal 9: 195–232. (2005) "Three posthumous reports concerning Mozart in his late Viennese years," Eighteenth-Century Music 2:125–129.

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Brought to life with glorious illustrations, this enchanting retelling of Mozart's famous opera is sure to delight lovers of fairy tales and music alike.
Reviews: 7
Ishnsius
Very good recording and excellent performance. Feels as if you are in front of the stage. Has the spoken parts but they are easy to skip. June Anderson's Queen of the Night is powerful and confident.
Coidor
These are worth the price just for the beautiful sketches and the music for the Piano is quite good. I own the entire series and I am very happy with my purchase.
Galubel
I bought this book because recently I recorded The Magic Flute opera from PBS (TV station), performed by The Metropolitan Opera New York (MET) in English. The channel was in high-definition. I'm dissapointed with the book because there was no English translation at all in the book but it didn't mean I could not enjoy the book. Because I have the book, I notice the English opera version (perform by MET) contains removed parts. For example, the overture was cut by half. Maybe it is to shorted the performance.
Tane
Thank you
lolike
The book includes the lyrics but also the story of the "making".
My children (under 9) and I really enjoy listening to the 2 CDs
Quynaus
Beautifully illustrated and narrated.
Frosha
Love It. Very happy!!
Dover scores are great and this one is no exception.