Du bist die Ruh
Language: English after the German (Deutsch)
You are harmony
You are yearning
and its cadence.
I dedicate to you,
as to a sacred place,
full of pain and joy,
my eyes and heart.
Turn to me now
close the doors
Drive other sorrows
May my heart fill
with delight in you.
This vaulted dome
with your light voice
alone is filled,
Oh let it ring.
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Submitted by Dave Evan Thomas
- a text in German (Deutsch) by Friedrich Rückert (1788 - 1866), "Kehr' ein bei mir!", appears in Östliche Rosen, in 1. Erste Lese, first published 1822 CAT DUT DUT FRE FRI HEB IRI ITA POR
- This text was set to music by the following composer(s): Gary Bachlund, John Böie, Friedrich Curschmann, Hans Fleischer, Oscar Fretzdorff, Moritz Hauptmann, Sigfrid Karg-Elert, Carl Kossmaly, Franz Paul Lachner, Leopold Lenz, Ludwig Siegfried Meinardus, Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel, Per Nørgård, Rudolf Radecke, Hans Michael Schletterer, Franz Peter Schubert, Adam Taylor, Maude Valérie White. Go to the text.
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- Also set in German (Deutsch), original text by Friedrich Rückert (1788 - 1866) , title 1: "Kehr ein bei mir!", from Wanderung, in 3. Dritter Bezirk. Östliche Rosen DUT IRI POR HEB ENG FRI ITA FRE by Friedrich Curschmann, Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel, Franz Peter Schubert, Adam Taylor, Hans Fleischer, Rudolf Radecke, Moritz Hauptmann, Leopold Lenz, Ludwig Siegfried Meinardus, Hans Michael Schletterer, Sigfrid Karg-Elert, Gary Bachlund, Oscar Fretzdorff, Franz Paul Lachner, Maude Valérie White, Per Nørgård.
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