Der Neinsager Hide Der Jasager (Hebbel-Theater Berlin) (8 F). Media in category “Der Jasager”. The following 4 files are in this category, out of 4 total. Bertolt Brecht. Der Jasager und der Neinsager – Free download as PDF File .pdf) or view presentation slides online. Der Jasager (). School opera in two acts. Libretto by Bertolt Brecht, after the Japanese play Taniko (translated into German by Elisabeth Hauptmann from.

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He is asked whether he should be abandoned by his fellow neinsaer, for which the customary and expected response is yes.

As they approach their shelter, the boy confesses that he is not well ” Wir sind schnell hinangestiegen “. So are you consenting that you should be left behind? I will think it over. He has answered as necessity demanded.

I tell the students I will collect their paragraphs at the end of the writing unnd. The majority of my students, especially those who volunteer to talk, produce three conventional paragraphs claiming that, yes, a group would benefit from performing the Brecht scenes. The teacher describes his trip to the mother, who asks if he wants to bring the boy along ” Ich bin lange nicht hier gewesen “.

He has said no. Take three minutes to write a paragraph that presents an original claim about whether or not students would benefit from performing this opera. The chorus explains that the teacher, the boy, and three older students are on the way back, and the boy is exhausted ” Die Leute haben die Reise in die Berge “. He hopes to bid farewell to one of his students before he goes off on a trip over the mountains ” Ich bin der Lehrer “.


Ind take 3 minutes.

I demand that you should. The chorus reinforces the decision ” Sie sahen, dass keine Vorstellungen “. The child, who decided to join the journey in order to get medicine for his ill mother, becomes sick during the climb and the TEACHER tells him:.

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Articles containing German-language text Articles with Italian-language external links Commons category link is ubd Wikidata. The boy asks to make the trip ” Ich muss etwas sagen “. He pauses for thought.

One variant of the story holds that the expedition is a quest for medicine, while another holds that it is in fact a religious pilgrimage. The melody must give clear expression to the gest.

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Brecht subsequently revised the text twice, the final version, including Der Neinsagerbeing without music. He admits that the boy is ill, and the students remind him of the strict old custom neinsagger whoever falls ill during the journey over the mountains must be hurled into the valley ” Wir wollen es dem Lehrer sagen “.

Whoever says A must also say B.

For a full uns of this activity, please see my Chapter 4. In Der Neinsagerthe boy answers no and suggests instead that a different custom should be introduced, “‘the custom that one must think afresh in every new situation”‘.

I remind them that I spoke the third prompt: We cannot do that.

And moreover the Custom says that the sick man must reply: After several members of my class share their thoughts, a rustle of activity became noticeable as students began passing their third piece of writing forward, expecting Evaluation. It was successful and there were over performances during the following three years. Following the performance, I post a prompt for the second writing exercise: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Did your argument change after each of the three pieces?


Niensager it is right that the one with the sickness jasagfr asked: No, I do not consent. The chorus reiterates the theme “Wichtig zu lernen” reprise.

The three students remain standing.

Works for the stage by Kurt Weill. Why or why not? The child, who decided to join the journey in order to get medicine for his ill mother, becomes sick during the climb and the TEACHER tells him: The teacher forbids him–the journey is too long and difficult and he should stay home.

At the house, he asks the boy why he has not been to school recently, and the boy replies that his mother has been ill. When you were asked at the start if you would consent to whatever might happen on the journey, you replied yes. Because you are ill and can go no further, we must leave you here. In the process I want to take over whatever I hitherto found right, like what I once termed the gestic approach to music. EAMC Dfr other territories: He has neinsaget replied in accordance with the Custom.