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  • To Tamino they give a miniature portrait, which excites him to rapturous song ( "Dies Bildniss ist bezaubernd schön," or "Oh! cara immagine," as the case may be).

    A Book of Operas Their Histories, Their Plots, and Their Music

  • Papageno's song is followed by another in a serious strain ( "Dies Bildniss ist bezaubernd schön") sung by Tamino.

    The Standard Operas (12th edition) Their Plots, Their Music, and Their Composers

  • Die Ideen sind bezaubernd und die Umsetzung perfekt!

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  • Die Blätter und die Details und das ganze Bild sehen bezaubernd aus.

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  • Mr. Flórez had begun rather coolly with Tamino’s aria “Dies bildnis ist bezaubernd schön” from Die Zauberflöte; he’d grown in intensity with two more Mozart arias (including a finely spun “Il mio tesoro” from Don Giovanni), and finally burst into flame in three arias by Rossini, in whose razzle-dazzle he reigns supreme among today’s tenors.

    Handsome, Athletic Tenor, Hungry for Superstardom

  • Mr. Flórez had begun rather coolly with Tamino’s aria “Dies bildnis ist bezaubernd schön” from Die Zauberflöte; he’d grown in intensity with two more Mozart arias (including a finely spun “Il mio tesoro” from Don Giovanni), and finally burst into flame in three arias by Rossini, in whose razzle-dazzle he reigns supreme among today’s tenors.

    Handsome, Athletic Tenor, Hungry for Superstardom

  • Mr. Flórez had begun rather coolly with Tamino’s aria “Dies bildnis ist bezaubernd schön” from Die Zauberflöte; he’d grown in intensity with two more Mozart arias (including a finely spun “Il mio tesoro” from Don Giovanni), and finally burst into flame in three arias by Rossini, in whose razzle-dazzle he reigns supreme among today’s tenors.

    Handsome, Athletic Tenor, Hungry for Superstardom

  • Mr. Flórez had begun rather coolly with Tamino’s aria “Dies bildnis ist bezaubernd schön” from Die Zauberflöte; he’d grown in intensity with two more Mozart arias (including a finely spun “Il mio tesoro” from Don Giovanni), and finally burst into flame in three arias by Rossini, in whose razzle-dazzle he reigns supreme among today’s tenors.

    Handsome, Athletic Tenor, Hungry for Superstardom

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  • German for "enchanting", "charming", and "captivating". The root is "zaubern", or "to do magic."

    June 20, 2011

  • Appears in the title of Tamino's aria in "The Magic Flute" : Das Bildnis ist bezaubernd schön

    (I would like to express my parenthetical disgust at being accosted by semi-pornographic German tweets, during the writing of this comment)

    NO TO TWEETS ON THE COMMENTS PAGE

    June 20, 2011