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Певец

Language: Russian (Русский)

Слыхали ль вы за рощей глас ночной
Певца любви, певца своей печали?
Когда поля в час утренний молчали,
Свирели звук унылый1 и простой
Слыхали ль вы, слыхали ль вы?

Встречали ль вы в пустынной тьме лесной
Певца любви, певца своей печали?
[Прискорбную ль улыбку замечали]2,
Иль тихий взор, исполненный тоской,
Встречали вы, встречали вы?

Вздохнули ль вы, внимая [тихой]3 глас
Певца любви, певца своей печали?
Когда в лесах вы юношу видали,
Встречая взор его потухших глаз,
Вздохнули ль вы, вздохнули ль вы?


Translation(s): ENG FRE GER

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1 N.S. Titov: "унылой " ("unyloj")
2 N.S. Titov, Medtner: "Следы ли слёз, улыбку ль замечали" ("Sledy li sljoz, ulybku l' zamechali")
3 N.S. Titov: "тихий" ("tikhij")

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  • Also set in German (Deutsch), [adaptation] by Anton Grigoryevich Rubinstein.

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