COMPLETE : Fairy Tales, by The Brothers Grimm - CL/kr

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drixman
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Post by drixman » November 15th, 2005, 6:21 pm

all audio files can be found on our catalog page:
http://librivox.org/fairy-tales-by-the-brothers-grimm/


Be a part of the audiobook reading of Fairy Tales, by The Brothers Grimm.

Projected completion date: February 10th 2006

http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/2591

all stories have been read -- now I'm working on cataloging. Thanks everyone!

*done* 01 - The Golden Bird - vee
*done* 02 - Hans in Luck - Rev. Steve
*done* 03 - Jorinda and Jorindel - dandyrandy
*done* 04 - The Travelling Musicians - kayray
*done* 05 - Old Sultan - billyuno
*done* 06 - The Straw, the Coal, and the Bean - wedschild
*done* 07 - Briar Rose - rfrancis
*done* 08 - The Dog and the Sparrow - thistlechick
*done* 09 - The Twelve Dancing Princesses - harvba
*done* 10 - The Fisherman and his Wife - Rev. Steve
*done* 11 - The Willow-Wren and the Bear - vlooi
*done* 12 - The Frog Prince - kayray
*done* 13 - The Cat and Mouse in Partnership - ssplavec
*done* 14 - The Goose-Girl -kayray
*done* 15 - The Adventures of Chanticleer and Partlet - vee
  • 1. How They Went to the Mountains to Eat Nuts
    2. How Chanticleer and Partlet Went to Visit Mr Korbes
    3. How Partlet Died and Was Buried, and How Chanticleer Died of Grief (note: not listed in table of contents, but included in the text)
*done* 16 - Rapunzel - sherry
*done* 17 - Fundevogel - ssplavec
*done* 18 - The Valiant Little Tailor - Squiddhartha
*done* 19 - Hansel and Gretel -billatrit
*done* 20 - The Mouse, The Bird, and The Sausage - kara
*done* 21 - Mother Holle - gesine
*done* 22 - Little Red-Cap [Little Red Riding Hood] - rfrancis
*done* 23 - The Robber Bridegroom - gesine
*done* 24 - Tom Thumb - vee
*done* 25 - Rumpelstiltskin - pberinstein
*done* 26 - Clever Gretel - betsie
*done* 27 - The Old Man and His Grandson - dacklin
*done* 28 - The Little Peasant - ssplavec
*done* 29 - Frederick and Catherine - saml
*done* 30 - Sweetheart Roland - gesine
*done* 31 - Snowdrop gesine
*done* 32 - The Pink - chipdoc
*done* 33 - Clever Elsie - tis
*done* 34 - The Miser in the Bush - pkolter
*done* 35 - Ashputtel - quentin
*done* 36 - The White Snake - quentin
*done* 37 - The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids - kayray
*done* 38 - The Queen Bee - jskinner
*done* 39 - The Elves and the Shoemaker - cachondo
*done* 40 - The Juniper Tree - BradBush
*done* 41 - The Turnip - pkolter
*done* 42 - Clever Hans - quentin
*done* 43 - The Three Languages - jon ingram
*done* 44 - The Fox and The Cat - osmia & co.
*done* 45 - The Four Clever Brothers - Kristen
*done* 46 - Lily and The Lion - marlodianne
*done* 47 - The Fox and the Horse - pkolter
*done* 48 - The Blue Light - Peter Why
*done* 49 - The Raven - DSayers
*done* 50 - The Golden Goose - sherry
*done* 51 - The Water of Life - Jon Ingram
*done* 52 - The Twelve Huntsmen - peter why
*done* 53 - The King of The Golden Mountain - martinc
*done* 54 - Doctor Knowall - Kristen
*done* 55 - The Seven Ravens - DSayers
*done* 56 - The Wedding of Mrs Fox - billyuno
  • First Story
    Second Story

*done* 57 - The Salad - vee
*done* 58 - The Story of The Youth ... What Fear Was - Kristen
*done* 59 - King Grisly-Beard - vee
*done* 60 - Iron Hans - tis
*done* 61 - Cat-Skin - betsie
*done* 62 - Snow-White and Rose-Red - Rev. Steve
*done* 63 - Appendixa - Rev. Steve

File names: lower case only, following this format:

grimm_01_goldenbird.mp3
grimm_20_mousebirdsausage.mp3
grimm_59_grislybeard.mp3


ID3 Tags: (example below)
title/name: 04_the_travelling_musicians
album: fairy_tales
artist: grimm

File format: stereo, mp3 128kbps

For additional recording requirements such as what to say before each story and what to say after, see link below.

http://librivox.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=106

Let us know, via post, email, or PM, what name you would like us to use on the catalog page and your personal url.

Please check this thread often for updates. Post completed files here, or use http://yousendit.com to send them to kara[at]nyip[dot]net. Thanks!
Last edited by drixman on December 20th, 2005, 9:33 pm, edited 22 times in total.

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Post by kayray » November 15th, 2005, 6:22 pm

May I have The Travelling Musicians, please? :)

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Post by Squiddhartha » November 15th, 2005, 6:34 pm

I'd like "The Valiant Little Tailor" for starters, please!
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Post by sherry » November 16th, 2005, 8:30 am

Love the fairy tales! May I please start with Rapunzel?

Sherry

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Post by pberinstein » November 16th, 2005, 9:41 am

I can't spell it, but can I please have Rumpel......
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Post by rfrancis » November 16th, 2005, 9:39 pm

I'd quite like Briar Rose!

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Post by Kristen » November 16th, 2005, 10:14 pm

For me, please:

Dr. Knowall
The Story of the Youth Who Went Forth to Learn What Fear Was
The Four Clever Brothers
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Post by vee » November 17th, 2005, 8:10 am

I'll take Tom Thumb for now. If there others available when I'm done I'll pick them up.
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Post by kayray » November 17th, 2005, 8:55 am

Here's The Traveling Musicians:

http://kayray.org/audiobooks/librivox/misc/grimm_travellingmusicians.mp3

(that title made more sense to me than "thetravelling" but feel free to change it :)

since you didn't specify, I did the id3 tags thus:

title/name: the_travelling_musicians
album: fairy_tales
artist: grimm

Hope that's ok!

And now may I have The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids?

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Post by Rev. Steve » November 17th, 2005, 3:05 pm

I would be delighted to do The Fisherman and His Wife.

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Post by Tony » November 17th, 2005, 9:56 pm

I'd like the Twelve Dancing Princesses.

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Post by jhillkaucher » November 18th, 2005, 7:12 am

I would like to start with these three tales:

The Robber Bridegroom
The Golden Bird
Snow White and Rose-Red

Thank you!

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Post by Andrea » November 18th, 2005, 2:50 pm

I'm brand new- but nothing like the Brothers Grimm to start with :lol:

I'll take Hans in Luck and the go from there.
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Post by dandyrandy » November 20th, 2005, 11:32 am

I'll take:

THE GOLDEN BIRD
JORINDA AND JORINDEL

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