The Pied Piper

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LMacHale

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Britain, English
How does "The Pied Piper of Hamlin?" translate into Spanish please? I'd be grateful to anyone who can tell me and get this niggle out of my head. Is it "El flautista de Hamlin?" or something more idiomatic?
Thanks.
 
  • EVAVIGIL

    Senior Member
    Spain / Spanish
    It is "El flautista de Hamelin", as Lluna 1977 has already answered.
    Welcome to the forum, LMacHale!
    EVA.
     

    Raelichu

    Senior Member
    Spain, Spanish
    Actually, you can find it as "Hamelin" or "Hamelín", with Spanish "acento" or "tilde" and, in films and theatre plays you also find it pronounced both "Spanishly" and "Englishly", so you just pick one.
     
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