In this aria from Act 2 of Mozart's The Magic Flute, Papageno resorts to threat of suicide when he cannot find his Papagena. Thanks for watching! If you enjoyed it, please leave a comment, like and join my mailing list for a free Mp3 download! Social links below!... Jonathan Estabrooks YOUTUBE: FACEBOOK: TWITTER: INSTAGRAM: -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Also Wat..
Sir Thomas Allen sings two verses from the English folk song, 'O Waly, Waly' - otherwise known as 'The Water is Wide'. If anyone is wondering why there are seagulls crying in the background or water lapping against a shore, you're not imagining things. Allen sang this song (without accompaniment) on a Northumbrian sea shore during the closing scene..