Was Aladin will, weiß er ganz genau: mit seinen Freunden auf der Straße spielen , möglichst wenig arbeiten, trotzdem reich werden, sich immer satt essen. A new production of Nino Rota’s Aladino e la lampada magica (“Aladdin and the Magic Lamp”) directed by Julien Ostini will open in. Aladino e la lampada meravigliosa. Fiabe intagliate by Luna Scortegagna, , available at Book Depository with free delivery.
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Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp 33’13” There once lived a poor tailor, who had a son called Aladdin, a careless, idle boy who would do nothing but play ball all day long in the streets with little idle boys like himself.
This so grieved the father that he died; yet, in spite of his mother’s tears and prayers, Aladdin did not mend his ways. One day, when he was playing alsdino the streets as usual, a stranger asked him his age, and if he was not the son of Mustapha the tailor. Go to your mother and tell her I am coming. He presently fell down and kissed the place where Mustapha used to sit, bidding Aladdin’s mother not to be surprised at not having seen him before, as he had been forty years out of the country.
Lampadz then turned to Aladdin, and asked him his trade, at which the boy hung his head, while his mother burst into tears. On learning that Aladdin was idle and would learn no trade, he offered to take a shop for him and stock it with merchandise.
Next day he bought Aladdin a fine suit of clothes and took him all over the city, showing him the sights, and brought him home at nightfall to his mother, who was overjoyed to see her son so fine. The next day the magician led Aladdin into some beautiful gardens a long way outside the city gates.
They sat down by a fountain and the magician pulled a cake from his girdle, which he divided between them. They then journeyed onward till they almost reached the mountains.
Aladdin was so tired that he begged to go back, but the magician beguiled him with pleasant stories, and led him on in spite of himself. At last they came to two mountains divided by a narrow valley. The earth trembled a little mersvigliosa opened in front of them, disclosing a square flat stone with a brass ring in the middle to raise it by. Aladdin tried to run away, but the magician caught him and gave him a blow that knocked him down. Beneath this stone lies a treasure which is to be yours, and no one else may touch it, so you must do aladion as I tell you.
The stone came up quite easily, and some steps appeared. Tuck up your gown and go through them without touching anything, or you will die instantly.
These halls lead into a garden meravigloosa fine fruit trees. Walk on until you come to a niche in a terrace where stands a lighted lamp.
Pour out the oil it contains, and bring it to me. Aladdin found everything as the magician had said, gathered some fruit off the trees, and, having got the lamp, arrived at the mouth of the cave. The magician cried out in a great hurry: The magician flew into a terrible passion, and throwing some more powder on to the fire, he said something, and the stone rolled back into its place.
The magician left Persia for ever, which plainly showed that he was no uncle of Aladdin’s, but a cunning magician, who had read in his magic books of a wonderful lamp, which would make him the most powerful man in the world. Though he alone knew where to find it, he could only receive it from the hand of another. He had picked out the foolish Aladdin for this purpose, intending to get the lamp and kill him afterward.
For two days Aladdin remained in the dark, crying and lamenting. At last he clasped his hands in meragigliosa, and in so doing rubbed the ring, which the magician had forgotten to take from him.
Immediately an enormous and frightful genie rose out of the earth, saying: I am the Slave of the Ring, and will obey thee in all things. As soon as his eyes could bear the light he went home, but fainted on the threshold. When he came to himself he told his lampafa what had passed, and showed her the lamp and the fruits he had gathered in the garden, which were, in reality, precious stones.
He then asked for some food. As it was very dirty she began to rub it, meravihliosa it might fetch a higher price. Instantly a hideous genie appeared, and asked what she would have. She fainted away, but Aladdin, snatching the lamp, said boldly: Aladibo mother, when she came to herself, said: So they sat at aldaino till it was dinner-time, and Aladdin told his mother about the lamp.
She begged him to sell it, alasino have nothing to do with devils. He then had recourse to the genie, who gave him another set of plates, and thus they lived for many years. One day Aladdin heard an order from the Sultan proclaimed that everyone was to stay at home and close his shutters while the Princess, his daughter, went to and from the bath.
Aladdin was seized by a desire to see her face, which was very difficult, as she meraviglioa went veiled. He hid himself behind meravilgiosa door of the bath, and peeped through a chink. The Princess lifted her veil as she went in, and looked so eautiful that Aladdin fell in love with her at first sight. He went home so changed that his mother was frightened.
He told her he loved the Princess neravigliosa deeply that he could not live without her, and meant to ask her in marriage of her father. His mother, on hearing this, burst out laughing, but Aladdin at last prevailed upon her to go aladion the Sultan and carry his request.
She fetched a napkin and laid in it the magic fruits from the enchanted garden, which sparkled and shone like the most beautiful jewels. She took these with her to please the Sultan, and set out, trusting in the lamp. The Grand Vizier and the lords of council had just gone in as aladono entered the hall and placed herself in front of the Sultan. He, however, took no notice of her.
She went every day for a week, and stood in the same place. When the council broke up on the sixth day the Sultan said to his Vizier: Call her next time, that I meravigllosa find out what she wants.
She then told him of her son’s violent love for the Princess. Now I pray you to forgive not me alone, but my son Aladdin. lsmpada
He was thunderstruck, and turning to the Vizier said: Ought I not to bestow the Princess on one who values her at such a price? The Sultan granted this, and told Aladdin’s mother that, though he consented to the marriage, she must not appear before him again for three months. Aladdin waited patiently for nearly three months, but after two had elapsed his mother, going into the city to buy oil, found every one rejoicing, and asked what was going on.
He rubbed it, and the genie appeared, saying, “What is thy will? My command is that to-night you bring hither the bride and bridegroom.
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Aladdin then went to his chamber, where, sure enough, at midnight the genie transported the alsdino containing the Vizier’s son and the Princess. At the appointed hour the genie fetched in the shivering bridegroom, laid him in his place, and transported the bed back to the palace.
Presently the Sultan came to wish his daughter good-morning.
The unhappy Vizier’s son jumped up and hid himself, while the Princess would not say a word, and was very sorrowful. The Sultan sent her mother to her, who said: Her merzvigliosa did not believe her in the least, but bade her rise and consider it an idle dream.
Aladino e la lampada meravigliosa. Fiabe intagliate
The following night exactly the same thing happened, and next morning, on the Princess’s refusal to speak, the Sultan threatened to cut off her head. She then confessed all, bidding him to ask the Vizier’s son if it were not so. The Sultan told the Vizier to ask his son, who owned the truth, adding that, dearly as he loved the Princess, he had rather die than go through another such fearful night, and wished to be separated from her. His wish was granted, and there was an end to feasting and rejoicing.
When the three months were over, Aladdin sent his mother to remind the Sultan of his promise. She stood in the same place as before, and the Sultan, who had forgotten Aladdin, at once remembered him, and sent for her. On seeing her poverty the Sultan felt less inclined than ever to keep his word, and asked his Vizier’s advice, who counselled him to set so high a value on the Princess that no man living could come up to it. The Sultan then turned to Aladdin’s mother, saying: Tell him that I await his answer.
She gave Aladdin the message, adding: Aladdin made them set out to the palace, two and two, followed by his mother. They were so richly dressed, with such splendid jewels in their girdles, that everyone crowded to see them and the basins of gold they carried on their heads.
They entered the palace, and, after kneeling before the Sultan, stood in a half-circle round the throne with their arms crossed, while Aladdin’s mother presented them to the Sultan. He hesitated no longer, but said: But Aladdin first called the genie.
Besides this, six slaves, beautifully dressed, to wait on my other; and lastly, ten thousand pieces of gold in ten purses.
Aladdin mounted his horse and passed through the streets, the slaves strewing gold as they went. Those who aladion played with him in his childhood knew him not, he had grown so handsome. When the Sultan saw him he came down from his throne, embraced him, and led meravigliosaa into a hall where a feast was spread, intending to marry him to the Princess that very day.
But Aladdin refused, saying, “I must build a palace fit for her,” and took his leave. Once home, he said to the genie: In the middle you shall build me a large hall with a dome, its four walls of massy gold and silver, each having six windows, whose lattices, all except one which is to be left unfinished, must be set with diamonds and rubies. There must be stables and horses and grooms and slaves; go and see about it!
Aladdin’s mother then dressed herself carefully, and walked to the palace with her slaves, while he followed her on horseback. The Sultan sent musicians with trumpets and cymbals to meet them, so that the air resounded with music and cheers. She was taken to the Princess, who saluted her and treated her with great honor. At night the Princess said good-by to her father, and set out on the carpet for Aladdin’s palace, with his mother at her side, and followed by the hundred slaves.
She was charmed at the sight of Aladdin, who ran to receive her. After the wedding had taken place Aladdin led her into the hall, where a feast was spread, and she supped with him, after which they danced till midnight. Next day Lampaea invited the Sultan to see the palace.