- Synonyms and antonyms of hexerei in the English dictionary of synonyms
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Synonyms and antonyms of hexerei in the English dictionary of synonyms
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Morning is breaking. The Dawn Fairy steps forward and shakes dewdrops from a bluebell over the sleeping children. Hurries off singing. The children begin to stir. He turns towards the background; at this moment the last remains of the mist clear away. In place of the fir-trees is seen the "Witch's house at the Ilsenstein," shining in the rays of the rising sun. A little distance off, to the left, is an oven; opposite this, on the right, a large cage, both joined to the Witch's house by a fence of gingerbread figures.
They hop along, hand in hand, towards the back of the stage; then stand still, and then steal along cautiously on tiptoe to the house. Die Kinder bemerken sie nicht und schmausen lustig weiter. Sie lachen beide hell auf.
In wilder Freude ergreift sie einen Besenstiel und reitet ausgelassen auf ihm ums Haus. Gretel steht lauschend am kleinen Fenster.
Double trouble [German]
Sie umfassen sich und walzen zum Knusperhaus, wo sie alle Herrlichkeiten in Besitz nehmen. The upper part of the house-door opens gently, and the Witch's head is seen at it. The children at first do not see her, and go on feasting merrily. He has in the meantime got out of the rope, and runs with Gretel to the foreground. Here they are stopped by the Witch, who imperiously raises against them both a stick which hangs at her girdle, with repeated gestures of spellbinding.
The stage gradually becomes lighter, whilst the light of the magic head diminishes.
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The Witch, contentedly to Gretel, who still stands there motionless. She threatens and titters. Gretel hurries off. She opens the oven door and sniffs in it, her face lighted up by the deep red glare of the fire. She pushes a couple more faggots under, the fire flames up and then dies down again. The Witch rubbing her hands with glee. Hopping madly along, she rides to the back of the stage and vanishes for a time behind the cottage. Here the Witch becomes visible again; she comes to the foreground, where she suddenly pulls up and dismounts.
Gretel runs into the house, and returns immediately with a basket full of almonds and raisins. She opens the oven door; the heat has apparently diminished. They take each other round the waist and waltz together, first in the front of the stage, and then gradually in the direction of the Witch's house. Then from the upper window he throws down apples, pears, oranges, gilded nuts, and all kinds of sweetmeats into Gretel's outstretched apron. Meanwhile the oven begins crackling loudly, and the flames burn high. Then there is a loud crash, and the oven falls thundering into bits.
Their astonishment increases when they become aware of a troop of children around them, whose disguise of cakes has fallen from them.
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The Gingerbread Children motionless and with closed eyes, as the cake figures were before. The Father appears in the background with the Mother, and stops when he sees the children. Der Vater stellt dieselbe vor sich hin. Joyfully embracing. Meanwhile two of the boys have dragged the Witch, in the form of a big gingerbread cake, out of the ruins of the magic oven.
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At the sight of her they all burst into a shout of joy. The boys place the Witch in the middle of the stage. Conried's letter, following as it does the tribute of Maurice Grau to the Weber Piano when he was at the head of the Metropolitan Opera House organization, shows the great place long ago won and always retained by the Weber among the greatest people in the musical world, and demonstrates that this artistic instrument has in that atmosphere the proper setting for its merits. The following is a list of other changes made to the original. The first line is the original line, the second the corrected one.
In the background is the Ilsensein. For weaks I've eaten nought but bread For weeks I've eaten nought but bread.
Die kleine Hexe (2017) R2 German Blu-Ray Cover & Label
As through 'twere fair time, hopping and springing! As though 'twere fair time, hopping and springing! A thick mist rises and competely hides the background. A thick mist rises and completely hides the background. Transcriber's Note: Every effort has been made to replicate this text as faithfully as possible.
Erste Scene. Suse, liebe Suse,. Tanz lustig, heissa, lustig tanz!