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Die Heinzelmännchen zu Köln (Kindle)

Kulturschätze der Welt, Band 1: Die Heinzelmännchen zu Köln

Was, wenn man morgens aufwachte und die ganze Arbeit, die man eigentlich noch erledigen müsste – schon erledigt wäre? Und keiner wollte etwas dafür haben? Und am nächsten Morgen geschähe das gleiche. Und am Morgen danach wieder. Und am Tag darauf passierte dies wieder? Die einstigen Bewohner Kölns kamen in ebenjenen Genuss und konnten davon ein Liedchen singen.
Kaum jemand kennt wohl heute die Erstfassung der Heinzelmännchen-Sage, die vom Kölner Pädagogen und Stadthistoriker Ernst Weyden gedichtet wurde. Der gedachte vermutlich seiner Erfahrung mit den vielen, nervenden Pennälern – als er vor fast 200 Jahren über Faulheit, Undankbarkeit, Fleiß und Wertschätzung grübelte und das Ergebnis seiner Überlegungen auf prosaische Weise ventilierte. Dem Künstler und Tausendsassa Alfred Kopisch gefiel die tragikomische Erzählung so gut, dass er sie beschwingt als Ballade besang – und damit erst richtig berühmt machte. Der Aachener Grafiker und Illustrator Nuesret Kaymak zollt als Wahl-Rheinländer in seiner Hommage an Schöpfer, Interpret und Schöpfung seinen gebührenden Respekt.

Kindle eBook, Farbe, 137 Seiten: € 2,99

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The Brownies of Cologne (Kindle)

Cultural treasures of the world – issue 1: The Brownies of Cologne

© Ess Kay, http://uiconstock.com, https://tinyurl.com

What if you woke up in the morning and all the work you had to do had already been done? And nobody wanted anything in return? And the next morning the same thing would happen. And the morning after that again. And the next day it would happen again? The former inhabitants of Cologne had just this pleasure and know that firsthand.Hardly anyone today knows the first version of the Brownies of Cologne saga, which was written by Cologne educator and city historian Ernst Weyden. He probably thought of his experience with the annoying grammar-school boys- when he pondered laziness, ingratitude, diligence and esteem almost 200 years ago and prosaically ventilated the outcome of his deliberations. Ten years later, the artist and jack-of-all-trades Alfred Kopisch liked the tragicomic narrative so much that he sang of it as a lively ballad – and made it really famous. The Aachen graphic artist and illustrator Nuesret Kaymak pays his due respect as a Rhinelander by choice in his homage to the creator, interpreter and creation.

Kindle Edition, color, 137 pages: € 2,99

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The Brownies of Cologne

Cultural treasures of the world – issue 1: The Brownies of Cologne

© Ess Kay, http://uiconstock.com, https://tinyurl.com

What if you woke up in the morning and all the work you had to do had already been done? And nobody wanted anything in return? And the next morning the same thing would happen. And the morning after that again. And the next day it would happen again? The former inhabitants of Cologne had just this pleasure and know that firsthand.Hardly anyone today knows the first version of the Brownies of Cologne saga, which was written by Cologne educator and city historian Ernst Weyden. He probably thought of his experience with the annoying grammar-school boys- when he pondered laziness, ingratitude, diligence and esteem almost 200 years ago and prosaically ventilated the outcome of his deliberations. Ten years later, the artist and jack-of-all-trades Alfred Kopisch liked the tragicomic narrative so much that he sang of it as a lively ballad – and made it really famous. The Aachen graphic artist and illustrator Nuesret Kaymak pays his due respect as a Rhinelander by choice in his homage to the creator, interpreter and creation.

Paperback, color, 46 pages: € 7,82

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