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Слышишь к свадьбе зов святой

Language: Russian (Русский) after the English

Слышишь к свадьбе зов святой,
Золотой!
Сколько нежного блаженства в этой песне молодой!
Сквозь спокойный воздух ночи
Словно смотрят чьи-то очи
И блестят,
Из волны певучих звуков на луну они глядят.
Из призывных дивных келий,
Полны сказочных веселий,
Нарастая, упадая, брызги светлые летят.
Вновь потухнут, вновь блестят
И роняют светлый взгляд
На грядущее, где дремлет безмятежность нежных снов,
Возвещаемых согласьем золотых колоколов!


Translation(s): ENG

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Submitted by Ahmed E. Ismail

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  • Also set in English, original text by Edgar Allan Poe (1809 - 1849) , no title, from The Bells, no. 2 RUS FRE by Thomas Anderton, Frank Ahrold, Emma Lou Diemer, John Emeléus, D. Ezechiels, Arthur Foote, George Fox, William Wallace Gilchrist, John Habash, Cuthbert Harris, H. Stanley Hawley, Joseph Charles Holbrooke, Fedor Kebalin, Hazel Gertrude Kinscella, Halfdan Kjerulf, Henry Lahee, F. Lancelott, Franco Leoni, Clarence Lucas, Nicola Aloysius Montani, Phil Ochs, C. Alexander Peloquin, Franz Petersilea, Alfred Plumpton, Sam Raphling, Hugh Stevenson Roberton, Sir, Godfrey Sampson, Arsene Siegel, David E. Stone, Harold Hinchcliffe Sykes, George Wald, Michael White, Philip George Wilkinson, Harry Robert Wilson.

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  • ENG English (Ahmed E. Ismail) , title unknown, copyright © 2007, (re)printed on this website with kind permission


Text added to the website: 2007-12-14.
Last modified: 2014-06-16 10:02:32
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Word count: 62

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Listen to the golden wedding bell's holy...

Language: English after the Russian (Русский)

Listen to the golden wedding bell's holy call,

What tender bliss is in that youthful song!
Through the calm night air
They appear like someone's eyes
Gleaming,
And through surging waves of melodious notes, gazing at the moon.
From open, inviting belfries
Of enchanting delight,
Rising, falling, soar sparks of light,
Once more dim, once more gleaming,
They cast a brilliant light
Upon future ages where tender dreams slumber in peaceful sleep,
Announced by the golden harmony of golden bells.


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Text added to the website: 2007-12-14.
Last modified: 2014-06-16 10:02:32
Line count: 13
Word count: 80