|Princess Tutu Abridged: Episode 11|
|Season 1, Episode 11|
Princess Tutu Abridged: Episode 10
Princess Tutu Abridged: Episode 12
Summary[edit | edit source]
In which Edel returns, Fakir actually does ballet, and there is a struggle over a Deus ex Machina.
Cast[edit | edit source]
- Elf -- Duck/Tutu, Pike
- Blade -- Rue/Kraehe, Liliae, Mr. Cat
- Walker -- Mytho, Plot
- Runen -- Fakir, Drosselmeyer
- Doodle -- Edel, Raven1, Crows, Russian Bear
- Taslin -- Narrator
Music[edit | edit source]
(0:00 - 0:22) Introduction - Princess Tutu OST+
[Opening - "I Don't Feel Like Dancin'" by the Scissor Sisters]
(1:01 - 1:14) The Resurrection of Drosselmeyer - Princess Tutu OST++
(1:15 - 1:17) Edel's Organ - Princess Tutu OST+++
(1:19 - 1:45) Coriolan Overture - Ludwig van Beethoven
(1:49 - 2:11) Funny Ahiru/Mr. Cat - Princess Tutu OST+
(2:49 - 3:46) Promenade/Ancient Castle - Modest Mussorgsky, Pictures at an Exhibition
(3:48 - 3:51) Edel's Organ - Princess Tutu OST+++
(4:14 - 5:14) Chrysalis - Princess Tutu OST ++++
(5:15 - 5:39) Mazurka at Op.6-1 in F-sharp Major - Frédéric Chopin
(5:42 - 5:50) Strange Goldcrown Town - Princess Tutu OST+
(6:15 - 6:21) Edel's Organ - Princess Tutu OST+++
(6:31 - 7:09) String Quartet No. 2 in D Major: Notturno - Alexander Borodin
(7:10 - 7:23) Unfaithful - Rihanna
(7:23 - 8:12) La Sylphide - Herman Severin Løvenskiold
(8:31 - 9:14) La Sylphide - Herman Severin Løvenskiold
[Closing - "Caramelldansen" by Caramell]
+ Mix of Little Overture - Pyotr Tchaikovsky, The Nutcracker Suite ++ Mix of March of the Nutcracker - Pyotr Tchaikovsky, The Nutcracker Suite +++ Mix of Music of the Automatica - Arthur Saint-Leon, Coppelia ++++ Mix of Siegfried's Funeral March - Richard Wagner, Götterdämmerung
References[edit | edit source]
(0:00) The story for this episode is a version of Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds.
(1:28 - 1:39) The text at the bottom of the screen is an allusion to the Twilight series by Stephanie Meyer.
(2:12) The sound effect here is a reference to the video-game Metal Gear Solid.
(5:00) Kraehe's line is a reference to the animated television series, He-Man, Masters of the Universe.
(6:33) Duck's line is a reference to Toucan Sam from the commercials for Kellogg's Fruit Loops brand cereal.
(8:09) Fakir's line is a reference to the Rocky and Bullwinkle cartoons.
(8:39) Kraehe's line is a reference to the anime series Pokémon.
(9:30) Fakir's line is a reference to the Star Trek movie The Wrath of Khan.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Because of an audio problem, Episode 11 was actually completed before Episode 10, even though they were initially recorded at the same time.