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Seinen Traum

Language: German (Deutsch)

Seinen Traum 
Lind' wob,
Frühling kaum, 
Wind schnob,
Seht, wie ist der [Blütentraum]1 verweht!

Wie der Hauch 
Kalt weht,
Wie der Strauch 
Alt steht,
Der so jung gewesen ist vorher!

Ohne Lust 
Schlägt Herz,
Und die Brust 
Trägt Schmerz;
O wie hob sie sonst sich frei und froh!

Als ich dir 
Lieb war,
O wie mir 
Trieb klar
Vor dem Blick ein Freudenlenz empor!

Als ich dich 
Gehn sah, 
Einsam mich 
Stehn sah;
O, wie trug' ichs, daß mein Leben floh!

Wo ist dein 
Kranz, Mai?
Wohnt dir kein 
Glanz bei,
Wann der Liebe, Sonnenschein zerrann?

Nachtigall, 
Schwing dich,
Laut mit Schall 
Bring mich 
[Ab, hinab, zur Ros' hinab ins Grab!]2


Translation(s): DUT

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1 Schumann: "Blüten Traum"
2 Schumann: "Zur Ros' hin ab in's Grab!"

Submitted by Virginia Knight

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Musical settings (art songs, Lieder, mélodies, (etc.), choral pieces, and other vocal works set to this text), listed by composer (not necessarily exhaustive)

Available translations, adaptations or excerpts, and transliterations (if applicable):

  • DUT Dutch (Nederlands) [singable] (Lau Kanen) , "Zomerlied", copyright © 2013, (re)printed on this website with kind permission


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Zomerlied

Language: Dutch (Nederlands) after the German (Deutsch)

Lente vlocht
Droombloei
Net gewrocht,
Wind woei,
Zie, hoe is de bloesemdroom verwaaid!
 
Hoe de wind
Koud gaat,
Hoe de struik
Oud staat,
Die zo jong geweest toch is voorheen!
 
Zonder vreugd
Slaat 't hart,
En de borst
Draagt smart;
O, hoe zwol die vroeger vrij en blij!
 
Toen jij van
Mij hield,
O, toen bracht
Jij mild
Voor mijn oog een lentefeest teweeg!
 
Toen ik jou
Gaan zag,
Eenzaam mij
Staan zag,
Hoe verdroeg ik 't dat mijn leven vlood!
 
Waar is je
Krans, mei?
Blijft jou geen 
Glans bij,
Nu de liefdeszonneschijn vervloog?
 
Nachtegaal,
Vlieg vrij,
Luid met zang
Wieg mij
Weg, omlaag, [naar de1 roos omlaag, in 't graf!]2


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1 Naar de (bij Schumann): te zingen op twee zestienden
2 Deze regel luidt bij Schumann de eerste keer: Weg, omlaag, naar de roos in 't graf! De tweede keer: Weg, omlaag, naar de roos omlaag, in 't graf!

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Based on
  • a text in German (Deutsch) by Friedrich Rückert (1788 - 1866), "Sommerlied"
      • This text was set to music by the following composer(s): Robert Emmerich, Ferdinand Gumbert, Moritz Hauptmann, Robert Schumann. Go to the text.

 

Text added to the website: 2013-11-12.
Last modified: 2014-06-16 10:05:23
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