by Heinrich Heine (1797 - 1856)
Translation by Mikhail Larionovich Mikhailov (1829 - 1865)

Es blasen die blauen Husaren
Language: German (Deutsch) 
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Es blasen die blauen Husaren
und reiten zum [Tor]1 hinaus;
da komm' ich, Geliebte, und bringe
dir einen [Rosenstrauß]2.

Das war eine wilde Wirtschaft!
[Kriegsvolk und Landesplag']3!
Sogar in deinem Herzen
viel Einquartierung lag.

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1 Randhartinger: "Tore"
2 Randhartinger: "Blumenstrauß"
3 Randhartinger: "Viel Volk und Kriegesplag'"

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Трубят голубые гусары
Language: Russian (Русский)  after the German (Deutsch) 
Трубят голубые гусары
И едут из города вон…
Опять я с тобою, голубка,
И розу [привёз]1 на поклон.

[Какая]2 была передряга!
Гусары — народец лихой!
Пришлось и твоё мне сердечко
Гостям уступить под постой.

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1 Cui: "принёс"
2 Cui: "Такая"

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  • by César Antonovich Cui (1835 - 1918), "Трубят голубые гусары", op. 86 (Двадцать четыре стихотворения (Dvadcat' chetyre stikhotvorenija) = Lieder und Romanzen) no. 4 (1907-1908), published [1913] [ voice and piano ], Leipzig, St. Petersburg: Zimmermann, also set in German (Deutsch)[sung text checked 1 time]

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This text was added to the website: 2021-08-02
Line count: 8
Word count: 34