Mormons, Opera, and Mozart

One of the world’s great operatic works, The Magic Flute is the subject of this issue of BYU Studies, which presents a variety of perspectives from scholars and performers who have enjoyed and explored Mozart’s masterpiece both critically and personally. It may seem unusual for BYU Studies to devote so much attention to a single operatic work, but opera is itself an inclusive art form, inviting the very sort of interdisciplinary study to which this periodical is com(1.15)mitted.

Published in BYU Studies Quarterly 43:3
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