Wednesday, July 15, 2015

The Bremen Town Musicians Paper Toys - by Kizuna Avenue




 photo animals.japan.kids.paper.toys.001_zpscumm2xwc.jpgThe Bremen Town Musicians is a folktale recorded by the Brothers Grimm. Despite the title of the fairy tale, the characters never actually arrive in Bremen. In the story a donkey, a dog, a cat, and a rooster (or hen), all past their prime years in life and usefulness on their respective farms, were soon to be discarded or mistreated by their masters. One by one they leave their homes and set out together. They decide to go to Bremen, known for its freedom, to live without owners and become musicians there. ("Something better than death we can find anywhere.") On the way to Bremen, they see a lighted cottage; they look inside and see four robbers enjoying their ill-gotten gains. Standing on each other's backs, they decide to scare the robbers away by standing on each other and making a din; the men run for their lives, not knowing what the strange sound is. The animals take possession of the house, eat a good meal, and settle in for the evening. Later that night, the robbers return and send one of their members in to investigate. He sees the Cat's eyes shining in the darkness and the robber thinks he is seeing the coals of the fire. He reaches over to light his candle. Things happen in quick succession; the Cat scratches his face with her claws, the Dog bites him on the leg, the Donkey kicks him with his hooves, and the Rooster crows and chases him out the door, screaming. He tells his companions that he was beset by a horrible witch who scratched him with her long fingernails (the Cat), an ogre with a knife (the Dog), a giant who had hit him with his club (the Donkey), and worst of all, the judge who screamed in his voice from the rooftop (the Rooster). The robbers abandon the cottage to the strange creatures who have taken it, where the animals live happily for the rest of their days. - Wikipedia


 photo animals.japan.kids.paper.toys.003_zps1uaw98uj.jpgOs músicos de Bremen é um conto escrito pelos Irmãos Grimm. Nesta história, um burro, um cão, um gato e um galo, maltratados pelos seus donos, decidem ir para Bremen, uma cidade onde acreditam, encontrarão um bom lar. No caminho para Bremen, veem luz em uma casa. Quando olham pela janela, veem quatro ladrões, enfiando em sacos as coisas de valor que encontram. Apoiados nas costas uns dos outros, os animais decidem cantar, na esperança de serem alimentados. A sua 'música' tem um efeito inesperado: os homens fogem, não sabendo a origem de tão estranho som. Os animais tomam posse da casa, comem uma boa refeição, e dormem. Durante a noite, os ladrões regressam e um deles entra na casa para investigar. Ao ver os olhos do gato brilhando no escuro, pensa que sejam brasas e inclina-se para acender a sua vela. Numa rápida sucessão de acontecimentos, o gato arranha-lhe a cara, o burro dá-lhe um coice, o cão morde-lhe e o galo afugenta-o porta fora, cacarejando. O homem diz aos seus companheiros que foi atacado por monstros: uma bruxa horrível que o arranhou com as suas enormes unhas (o gato), um gigante que lhe deu uma paulada (o burro), um oro que o arranha com uma faca (o cão) e, o pior de tudo, - um juiz que gritou em seu ouvido "Peguem esse patife" (o galo). Os ladrões abandonam a casa devido às estranhas criaturas que dela se apossaram, e os animais vivem felizes nela até ao final dos seus dias. - Wikipedia


Link: The.Bremen.Town.Musicians.Paper.Toys.by.Kizuna.Avenue


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