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De Prënz Duduk

 

Storytelling and music for children

 

Year of creation: 2017

Length /Duration: +/- 50 minutes

Age: 5+

language: Luxembourgish

further possible languages: English, French, German,

Booking: info@betsydentzer.lu OR info@traffiktheater.com

 

Watch our photo- trailer on Vimeo.

 

 

Et war eemol ee Prënz, deen hat kee Schwäert. Hee wollt och keent. Heen huet keng Loscht ze kämpfen. Hee fënnt Musék maache vill méi schéin.

 

Enges Dages kritt hee vun engem alen Händler en außergewéinlecht Muséksinstrument geschenkt. Et ass en Duduk, en armenescht Holzblosinstrument, dat wonnerschéi kléngt.

Vun elo u spillt de Prënz all Dag um Instrument, sou dass geschwënn jiddereen hie “Prënz Duduk” nennt.

 

Eemol kënnt de Prënz Duduk an e Land, an deem ee groußen Draach Feier späitzt a fir grouß Opreegung suergt. An natierlech gëtt et do och eng Prinzessin ze retten.

 

Mee….et kënnt alles aanecht ewéi erwaart…

 

Unce upon a time, there was a prince without a sword. Who doesn’ want a sword. He preferes music!

One day, an old merchant offeres him an extraordinary music instrument: a duduk!

An armenian woodwind which sound simply amazing!

From that day on, the prince plays his instrument every day…and soon, everybody calls him “Prince Duduk”.

He travels the world with his music and finally arrives in a country threatened by a fire- spitting dragon. And of course, there also a princess to be saved!

 

But…everything turns out completely different than one might think….

 

 

CAST:

Duduk: Vardan Hovanissian

Saz, vocals: Emre Gültekin

Storytelling: Betsy Dentzer

Concept, text editing, direction: Dan Tanson

Text (write request from Philharmonie Luxembourg): Heinz Janisch

Illustrations: Vincent Biwer

Costumes: Alexandra Lichtenberger

Realisation: Traffik Theater Luxembourg

Production: Philharmonie Luxembourg, Chantier Mobile a.s.b.l.

 

 

UPCOMING SHOWS:

18th May 2019: 3 shows, Wiener Konzerthaus (AUT)

9ht May 2019: 3 shows, Wiener Konzerthaus (AUT)

 

PAST SHOWS:

Philharmonie de Luxembourg, 4 shows (March 2017)

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