The princes´ring

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The Princess´s Ring


Narrator: Once upon a time there were a king and queen who had a very beautiful daughter.  When thetime came for her to marry, the king proclaimed that she would marry the man who could take the ring off her finger.  One day a craftsman named Fedko came to see the king.

(AT THE PALACE)Fedko: Your Majesty, I think I can take the ring off the princess’s finger.

King: Do it, and the princess is yours!

Narrator: Fedko always worked together with his uncle, a craftsman like himself, so hetold him.


Fedko: I wish you could think of a way of taking the ring off the princess’s finger!.  It is not easy, the king keeps her under lock and key.

Uncle: We must make aclock as big as a cupboard. You will climb into it and play your pipe, and when the princess hears you she will be sure to come to see what the time is.

Fedko: Very well Uncle. Let´s get to work.Narrator: Fedko and his uncle set to work at once, and the clock was ready before the week was up.

Fedko: I will take my pipe and climb into the clock.  Uncle! lock it and go to the fair to sell it.(AT THE FAIR)

Princess: Oh, this clock is so beautiful.

Fedko: (thinking inside the clock) I´ll start playing mi pipe.

Princess: What a beautiful music!  Buy me this clock, Father, please.King: If you want it, I will buy it for you.

Narrator: The king paid for the clock, and his servants took it to the palace and placed it in a corner of the princess’s room.


Princess: I love this clock so much, that I will just sit here in front of it for the rest of the day.

Fedko: The princess is listening, I will keep playing my pipe until she gets tiredand goes to bed.

Narrator: After a while the princess got tired.

Princess: It´s late, I better go to bed.

Fedko: Now that the princess is sleeping it´s time for me to get out and get the...
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