#MfEMonday – Magic Flute Monday

On this day in 1791 Mozart’s Opera The Magic Flute premiered in Vienna.  The flute referred to in the title is a golden flute given to one of the opera’s heroes, Tamino, to protect him and help him in his search for the Princess Pamina who has been kidnapped.  This magic flute has the power to turn sorrow into joy, something that Anne and Kirstie in the MfE office do every time they pick up their flutes!

Speaking of amazing instruments, check out this impressive organisation who work to promote the use of adapted instruments for people who face physical disability.   From one-handed clarinets, to cellos that can be played with the feet only.  Mind blown! https://www.ohmi.org.uk

In the office we’re preparing for Blow the Dust in January and it got us thinking; has your instrument been missing you, is your instrument desperate for you to get it out of its case?  Click here for Classic fm’s take on ‘If your instrument could talk, what would it say?’ https://www.classicfm.com/discover-music/instruments/instruments-talk/double-bass/

Have a good week!

Your friends at MfE.



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#MfEMondays are Music for Everyone’s new weekly emails designed to keep you up to date with MfE events & to circulate interesting finds, special features, and motivational moments for your Mondays! We are aiming to send out something new each week.