Category: Kay Nielsen

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thumbnail Kay Nielsen – Out of the fire jumped a little bird (The Juniper Tree) [from Kay Nielsen]
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thumbnail Kay Nielsen – Six white swans were flying high in the sky (The White Swans) [from Kay Nielsen]
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thumbnail Kay Nielsen – The Unicom drove her horn into the tree (The Brave Little Tailor) [from Kay Nielsen]
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thumbnail Kay Nielsen – He struck the ground angrily with his right foot (Saute-Menu) [from Kay Nielsen]
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thumbnail Kay Nielsen – The King could not find her (Noir de Fumée) [from Kay Nielsen]
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thumbnail Kay Nielsen – Blow, blow light winds! (The Goosegirl) [from Kay Nielsen]
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thumbnail Kay Nielsen – The Prince knelt down and gave her a kiss (Sleeping Beauty) [from Kay Nielsen]
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thumbnail Kay Nielsen – His wife was seated on a golden throne (The Fisherman and his wife) [from Kay Nielsen]
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thumbnail Kay Nielsen – He recognised the fair Cerise (Cerise, or the Married Frog) [from Kay Nielsen]
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thumbnail Kay Nielsen – The Cottage was built of bread and cake (Hansel and Gretel) [from Kay Nielsen]
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thumbnail Kay Nielsen – And they built a crystal coffin (Snow White) [from Kay Nielsen]
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thumbnail Kay Nielsen – “Don’t drink!” cried out the little Princess, springing to her feet; “I would rather marry a gardener!” (The Twelve Dancing Princesse) [from Kay Nielsen]
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thumbnail Kay Nielsen – “Your soul!—My soul!” they kept saying in hollow tones, according as they won or lost (John and the Ghosts) [from Kay Nielsen]
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thumbnail Kay Nielsen – And the mirror told him that his was indeed the withered face and form (The Man Who Never Laughed) [from Kay Nielsen]
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thumbnail Kay Nielsen – A look—a kiss—and he was gone (Rosanie or The Inconstant Prince) [from Kay Nielsen]
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thumbnail Kay Nielsen – “I have had such a terrible dream,” she declared. “…. a pretty bird swooped down, snatched it from my hands and flew away with it” (Rosanie or The Inconstant Prince) [from Kay Nielsen]
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thumbnail Kay Nielsen – The Princesses  on the way to the dance (The Twelve Dancing Princesse) [from Kay Nielsen]
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