Children’s concert “Vum béise Wollef a vum flénken Hues – zwou Fabelen vum Aesop”

Two fables are at the centre of the concert. Aesop’s fable “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” tells the story of a young shepherd who, because he is bored, angers the villagers with his cries “wolf, wolf!” when no wolf is around.

Two fables are at the centre of the concert. Aesop’s fable “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” tells the story of a young shepherd who, because he is bored, angers the villagers with his cries “wolf, wolf!” when no wolf is around. However the situation gets serious when eventually the wolf does appear and the villagers no longer take him at his word. The second fable deals with the famous story of the hare and the tortoise who compete against each other in a race. Of course the hare is the household favourite as he has won many races against his follow wood creatures. And of course, he is well aware of his credentials. But it is not unknown for price to go before a fall …

Both fables are told in Luxembourgish and are enhanced with animated pictures by David Leick-Burns. In between the two fables, the musicians present their instruments. In a simply join-in piece the children are encouraged to play along with the musicians.

Information

Programme
David Mullikin – The Boy who cried Wolf
David Mullikin – The Tortoise and the Hare (The Great Race)

Animated film
David Leick-Burns

Language
Luxembourgish, German

Target audience
Children aged 5+

Medium
Fairy tale concert with four musicians (violin, cello, clarinet and percussion).
Narrator and visual accompaniments (animated pictures)

Technical prerequisites
Black-out room
Project and screen (or suitable projection surface)
Mixing desk and lighting

Length
Approx. 45 minutes

Vum beise Wollef
Vum beise Wollef