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Piotr Sikora
Język angielski, Scenariusze

Scenariusz przedstawienia w języku angielskim pt. "Słowik" J. Ch. Andersena

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Scenariusz przedstawienia w języku angielskim pt. "Słowik" J.Ch.Andersena

The Nightingale

By H.Ch. Andersen

(Emperor's garden, a forest in the distance)

Narrator

In China the emperor is Chinese and everyone around him is Chinese
The emperor's castle made of delicate porcelain, fragile and very expensive
Was the most wonderful in the world. Unusual was also the emperor's garden.
The flowers in the garden were very rare and the most wonderful were attached
With silver bells.

Voices of people

- What wanderful roses!
- What stately royal lilies!
- And these daisies they are so simple!
- Look at golden chrtsanthemums!
- Indeed it is the most wonderful garden in the world!

(the nightingale's singing)

Voices of people

- Oh my God! It's so beautiful!
- Listenig to it I forget about everything, about all troubles.
- This empire is wanderful but the most beautiful is the singing of this bird.

II

(Emperor's castle, the emperor on his throne is looking through the letters, parcels and is very glad)

The emperor

What's this? I don't know that nightingale! Does it really live in my empire?
I have never heard about it. I learnt about it from the books. Call the marshal!

(the marshal is coming in bowing to the emperor)

The marshal

Master you've called for me

The emperor

They say that there's here an unusual bird here which is called the nightingale!
Everyone says that it is the most beautiful one in my empire but I don't know Anything about it!

The marshal

I have never heard about it. It wasn't introduced to the court.

The emperor (impatient)

I want it here tonight to sing for me! Or I'll order to step on people's stomachs right after supper!

The marshal

I'll be looking for it and I'll find it!

Narrator

The marshal acompanied by all court was going upstairs and downstairs
And were looking ewerywhere but in vain. At last they came into the kithen.

The marshal

Scullery maid! We've heard you know the nightingale!

The scullery maid

Oh my God! I know it very well! How sweetly it sings! I always cry when I listen to its singing.

The marshal

Little scullery maid! Listen to me! You'll be given the job in the kitchen, you will see how the emperor eats, but you must show us the nightingale.

Narrator

Everyone followed the scullery maid to the forest where the nightingale was heard.
Suddenly they heard a cow.

Courtier I

Oh! How strong is such a small creature. I must have heard it before. I'm sure!

No it's only a cow! (said the scullery maid)
(frogs in the distance)

Courtier II

Wanderful at last I can hear it. It's like a church bells.

The scullery maid

No! That's only frogs! We'll hear it soon!

(bird's singing)

The scullery maid

That is it! It's sitting there!

The marshal

It's impossible! It looks so ordinary! May be it's frightened because of so many noble people?

Scullery maid

Nightingale, our emperor want's you to sing for him.

The nightingale

With pleasure!

(bird's singing)

The marshal

It's beautiful. My dear I invite you to the court I'm sure the emperor will like your singing.

III

(in the castle, the emperor on his throne)

The marshal (coming)

My master! Here is the nightingale!
(bird's singing)

The emperor

I'm delighted! Your singing is going stright to my heart. As a reward I will give you my golden shoe.

The nightingale

Emperor, I don't want your golden shoe. I've seen tears in your eyes and that is my reward

Narrator

Everyone liked the nightingale and it was very popular. Since then he staied in the castle.
Days were passing and one day a parcel arrived for the emperor.

The emperor

Ah! One more book about our famous bird.
And what's this It's not a book! It's a small masterpiece!

Narrator

It was an artificial bird. It was like a real nightingale but decorated with diamonds, rubies
And sapphires.

Courtier I

What a beautiful bird!
Let it sing with the real one! What a wanderful song it can be!

Narrator

The birds sang together but it wasn't as fine as they expected. The real bird was singing in
It's own way but the artificial one according to the mechanism. The people werent sattisfied

Courtier II

Let the artificial bird sing alone!
(bird's singing)

Courtier I

Once again! Let it sing!

Narrator

But meanwhile the real bird escaped through the window to the forest.

The emperor

Where is the nightingale!

The marshal

It was an unworthy bird. We have here more excellent one!

The musician

Yes I agree, the mechanical bird is better.

Courtier II

We agree. It's better!

The emperor

Let the people see the bird. Let them hear it!

People (listening)

Oh!

Ah!

It's wanderful!

Yes but something is missing...

Narrator

The real bird was chased away from the country. The artificial one was sleeping on a silk coushion. The year passed. The emperor, the court and people in China could sing every single sound of the bird and were singing together with the bird.

IV

(the emperor winding up the bird and it breaks down)

The emperor

Call the doctor! Right now!

The doctor

I can't help, perhap's the watchmaker will help.
The watchmaker

I will repair it but you can use it only once a year.

Narrator

Five years later the emperor was very ill. It was said that he would die soon...

V

(the emperor on the bed, the death is walking around him)

Death

Do you remember?
Do you remember?
(bird's singing)
You mast!

The emperor

Music! You little, golden nightingale sing for me!
Why don't you sing?
(bird's singing)

Death

Sing the bird!

Nightingale

But give me your sward!

Death

Sing the bird! Don't stop!

Nightingale

Will you give me the crown?

Narrator

The death gave everything and disappeared.

The emperor

Thank you my little bird. I chased you away from my country but you helped me.
How can I say thank you for that?

The nightingale

You gave me the reward once. I saw tears in your eyes. I will never forget it!
Sleep now and wake up strong and healthy.

Narrator

After some time the emperor woke up.

The emperor

You must stay with me forever. I will throw away the mechanical bird!

Nightingale

Don't do it! It could sing as long as it could! I will come here from time to time to sing a song
For you about happiness and about the good and the bad about everything.

Narrator

The emperor very glad stood up and came out. When the people saw him they were very surprised
To see him in good health. He asked them laughing:

The emperor

How are you! What a wanderful day!

THE END

Opracowanie: Piotr Sikora

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