DOBES Archive

LRRH_1
This passage is about Little Red Riding Hood singing (addressing her mother) that she will be going to her grandmother's house. All seven passages are partly sung and are always preceded by few sentences narrating the story.
LRRH_3
This passage is about Little Red Riding Hood leaving her parents' place to go to her grandmother's house. Her mother and her are putting all the food etc. into a bag. On her way she is singing about her name, the naughty wolf and that she's going to visit her grandmother. All seven passages are partly sung and are always preceded by few sentences narrating the story.
LRRH_7
The wolf, pretending to be the grandmother, is singing a song (that he is trying to be an old lady) and begins to dance. All seven passages are partly sung and are always preceded by few sentences narrating the story.
LRRH_6
As the grandmother is singing the wolf starts dancing. He then wraps her up in blankets, ties her and puts her under the bed to hider her. The wolf then puts all food in a bag and puts himself in bed aiming to imitate the grandmother. After Little Red Riding Hood entered her grandmother's house she starts singing (about taking care of her grandmother). All seven passages are partly sung and are always preceded by few sentences narrating the story.
LRRH_2
This passage mainly is a song of Little Red Riding Hood's mother (addressing her daughter and responding to her song on LRRH_1). All seven passages are partly sung and are always preceded by few sentences narrating the story.
LRRH_4
This passage is about Little Red Riding Hood meeting the wolf. She thinks it's an old man and tells him where she's heading and what she's about to do. The wolf then starts singing a song (that he's called the naughty wolf and that he is going to see Little Red Riding Hood's grandmother.) All seven passages are partly sung and are always preceded by few sentences narrating the story.
LRRH_5
This passage is about the wolf going to grandmother's house. There he is imitating Little Red Riding Hood's voice to get in. While he is still pretending to be the granddaughter (by wearing a red blanket) the grandmother starts singing a song (that Little Red Riding Hood is doing good and that she's old now). All seven passages are partly sung and are always preceded by few sentences narrating the story.