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Josa and the magic fiddle
Text: Janosch Music: Wilfried Hiller
The old charburner Jeromir and his son Josa are really the happiest people on earth. But there is something, that Josa thinks about a lot, because he is the smallest son of a charburner that has ever been known and he is not at all strong. One day though, Josa is given a magic fiddle. A fiddle that can either make any listener become big and strong, or very small. And with this violin, Josa starts his journey to the moon. On the way he meets many people and animals, and thanks to his violin, he is able to help them. He even manages to defeat the greedy king and his knights. Bravely, Josa continues his journey, until he reaches the end of the world. Here, he can play for the moon, which then becomes smaller, then bigger. Old Jeromir sees this too and knows, that this wonder can be achieved by no other than his Josa.
Awarded with the children's media award LEOPOLD, by the Association of German Music Schools.