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Mozart: Die Zauberflote [Bregenz 2013 Pountney] [Alfred Reiter, Norman Reinhardt, Ana Durlovski] [C Major: 713708] [DVD] [NTSC]
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From Bregenz Festival 17th July 2013. Staged by David Pountney (stagings for MET, Vienna State Opera, Bayerische Staatsoper Munich, Zurich Opera etc.)
'The cast is captured well, not least the Tamino of Norman Reinhardt, impressive for the ringing heft of his voice. [...] Ana Durlovski sings with coloratura panache, showing that she does truly reign as the Queen of the Night. Bernarda Bobro has charm as Pamina, and Daniel Schmutzhard's Papageno relishes all the physical possibilities of the staging.' --John Allison, Opera, June 2014
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The Women of the night and the Queen of the Night costumes are fantastical and wonderful. The white garb of the prince is simple and beautiful. The priests are imaginatively outfitted. Papageno is somewhat out of place in modern, cheap, yellow cut off sweat pants, poorly fitting zippered sweat shirt, t shirt, and baseball cap, but the outfit does make him a "common man" in the middle of aristocracy. Papagena's change from old lady to cheerleader complete with the pompoms is a little unsettling, but mates her with Papageno.
This production emphasizes the concept of love conquers all, whether aristocratic or plebeian. There was very little of the feminism I have seen in other productions.