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Then, while the terrible Folker guarded the door with his fiddle bow, one side of which was a trenchant sword, the battle began.
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Now the doughty Folker went courteously with his fiddle and stood before Gotelind.
The twain, Folker and Hagen, stepped further back, as they had vowed to him afore.
Folker and Hagen and Ortwin, too, dimmed in the battle the gleam of many a helm with flowing blood, these storm-bold men.
Folker, the valiant man, shall also ride along; he shall bear the banner, for to none would I liefer grant it.
Then came bold Folker, a noble minstrel he, with thirty of his men for the journey to Kriemhild's court.
With them there cometh one also, hight Dankwart; the other is named Folker, well beseen with courtesie.
Now tell me, friend Folker, whether ye will stand by me, if perchance Kriemhild's men would fight me?
Now behold, most noble king, Folker is thy friend, he earneth gladly thy silver and thy gold.
The doughty Folker rode into the lists again, which soon gave many a dame great dole.

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