k-2 and it is an audio CD version, This piece is always timeless, no matter what version it is. It sets the backdrop for the early belief for a girl that she must have her prince to be happy. There are positives and negatives to this story. The King enslaves her to spin gold and when she does this for him he decides only then to marry her! A classic tale, however subliminally patriarchal. The lowly seamstress marries the guy who locked her up until he knew that she could satisfy him! I didn't think about it this way as a young girl. But as a woman, I can see how this sends confusing messages to young girls about how love should work.