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Tenor Fritz Wunderlich in Rossini's Barber of Seville.
November 4, 2010 A new live recording by the great German lyric tenor has caught the ear of one adoring fan. Hear an example of Wunderlich's clear, firm, easily projected tone in an aria by Mozart.
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The original poster advertising the premiere of The Magic Flute on Sept. 30, 1791, is on display at the birth home of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
July 28, 2009 Mozart's The Magic Flute, written in the last year of his life, was a forerunner of German Romantic opera. Critic Ted Libbey recommends a specific performance by a fabulous all-star cast.
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