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Is a female supporting role in the book Krabat by Otfried Preußler. Although Kantorka, as it is always called, is a minor role, it is still incredibly important for the progress of the novel.
She is depicted as a young, calm, light-haired and gentle being. With dark serious eyes and an incredibly clear, full-sounding voice.
Kantorka, means lead singer....aha...so she sings to...only where?
Ah yes in the Easter night; when the girls armed with lights go to the well to draw water. There they sing Easter songs in several voices. And Kantorka is the lead singer.
That's where you get to know Kantorka.
What about the leading actor? The Krabat is sitting with a apprentice boy colleague under Bäumel's death (someone probably took his own life there) in order to dedicate his soul ignorantly to the miller in whose apprenticeship he is going.
So he sits there, at the fire and gets bored, he hears this incredibly clear voice
Zack...Bang.... in love.
And now that he's in love, he wants out of teaching, but he can't. Contractually regulated. But the black book says that through a woman's love...
Well? You know where this is going...
Isn't it? Read the book. It's exciting. Isn't it? Okay, watch the movie. That's good too.
As soon as I spray it on, a gentle, wonderfully ripe, fruity pear appears from the spray head (I know it's not in the pyramid, but my nose says Is Abba So! And I certainly don't want to argue with my nose)
Green cute she is. By green I mean the colour of the fruit, certainly not the scent.
On my skin this smell develops so gaaaanz differently than others have described it. It is neither green nor fresh, nor woody or serious, let alone cool and distant.
He's clear and very gentle. Creamy and very flowery. In white and a little silvery it gently lies on the skin and caresses the wearer.
It starts as said fruity and sweet, then a soft clear cream is added in the background. (But the jams kind of cream.)
It smells slightly of the sea and blooming flowers. After wind and spring. After white lilac and actually also after hyacinth. (Imagination? Possible. Still good the smell)
A very linear fragrance, with little change in fragrance. It doesn't matter. But so nothing at all. He's got enough change. Fruity, sweet, creamy, watery, slightly stuffy but discreet.
A fragrance that does not kill immediately, but can still be smelled well. After 1 hour only as a skin softener, but ok. It lasts 8 hours, but under reserve. I tested him at 25, 30 and 40 degrees, he was really present. And I was sweating all the time, practically reactivating the scent molecules. It would be better to wear it in spring or autumn, because it is not refreshing. But to wear it every day. Work, at home, school, university, in bed -rausper, cough- while sleeping. Always even.
As a teen rather necessary, but from 25 plus and so really beautiful.
A scent written on the body of a Kantorka. Gentle, sweet, clear, full, confident and valuable.
A fragrance for women who like fruity sweet cream fragrances. Who just want to underline their way of being, not cover it up. Simply appreciate a fragrance in a valuable bottle