FREI NACH J.W. VON GOETHE / EIN TANZMÄRCHEN
Sizzling! Kawumm! Today it is hot in the wizard's lab, because the old wizard has left his young apprentice alone. Effort is the work as a student of a great magician - the lab must always be in tiptop order. But the approaching magician does not want to be commanded anymore, he finally wants to prove his own magic skills. He quickly takes his friends and throws them into the strictly forbidden magicbook. And already the most miraculous things happen, objects come to life, and the dreary place turns into a turbulent confusion.
The sorcerer's apprentice forgot to do his job. Quickly a spell has been found and the broom fills the large water trough completely by itself. But how do you stop him? "Should the whole house be drowned?" In despair, the sorcerer's apprentice and his friends cut the broom in two. Luckily, the master comes back in time to show his friends what they have to learn.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) Ballad "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" (1797) is one of his most famous poems. Already Walt Disney inspired it to his drawing film "Fantasia" (1940), in which Mickey Mouse as a sorcerer's apprentice fights against the water floods. Numerous ballet productions made the little magician a big audience favorite.