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Iz‑pod tainstvennoj, cholodnoj polumaski

Language: Russian (Русский)

Iz-pod tainstvennoj, cholodnoj polumaski
Zvučal mne golos tvoj otradnyj, kak mečta,
Svetili mne tvoi plenitel'nye glazki,
I ulybalisja lukavye usta.

Skvoz' dymku legkuju zametil ja nevol'no
I devstvennych lanit i šei beliznu.
Sčastlivec! videl ja i lokon svoevol'nyj,
Rodnych kudrej pokinuvšij volnu!

I sozdal ja togda v moëm voobražen'i
Po legkim priznakam krasavicu moju;
I s toj pory besplotnoe viden'e
Nošu v duše moej, laskaju i ljublju.


Submitted by Emily Ezust [Administrator]

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Authorship

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

  • by Fyodor Stepanovich Akimenko (1876 - 1945), "Из-под таинственной, холодной полумаски", op. 2 (4 Romansa s soprovozhdeniem fortepiano (4 Романса с сопровождением фортепиано) = Vier Romanzen für 1 Singstimme mit Pianofortebegleitung) no. 4, published 1899 [voice and piano], Leipzig, Belaieff [
     text not verified 
    ]
  • by Mily Alexeyevich Balakirev (1837 - 1910), "Из-под таинственной, холодной полумаски", 1904. [voice and piano] [
     text verified 1 time
    ]

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