Small Logo Baldur The Good
Home Page
 
Further Information

 
Baldur The Good - An original "Musical / Oratorio" by Francine Greshler Feldmann, based on the Norse myth, with additional poetry by J.W. Goethe.

Synopsis: 
Odin the King, and the entire kingdom is concerned because Baldur  the beloved Prince is having "long and harmful, fierce and evil dreams ". Friegge, the mother of Baldur invokes an incantation (in song ) to protect him from any possible thing on earth that could harm him. However, she forgets one tiny plant, the mistletoe.  Loki, the evil one does everything he can to destroy Baldur out of jealousy and tries to use his poisoned mistletoe to accomplish this. Cyllene, a vamp-like character, also tries to protect Baldur. She is in love with him
. The Flame, who lives in a waterfall, narrates the story.   She is a spirit friend who is not of earth, but is the character Baldur is the most intrigued with and who becomes very important to him in the end.

 

Baldur The Good
Baldur
- original watercolors by Benjamin Feldmann

Baldur The Good - Drawings by Ying Hao

 Baldur
Baldur


Cylene
Cylene

The Flame
The Flame
Frigga
Frigga
Loki
Loki
Odin
Odin

Song excerpts presented in Real Audio™ format:
My Love Consumes A Daily Passion - Cylene
Woe And Despair - Chorus
The Conversation - Baldur and Friegge

1999 by Blue Dalmatian Productions, Post Office Box 614, Los Olivos CA 93441   (805) 688-9894