Translation by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840 - 1893)

Gott hieß die Sonne glühen
Language: German (Deutsch)  after the Azerbaijani (Azərbaycan dili) 
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Gott hieß die Sonne glühen
Und leuchten durch alle Welt,
Er hieß die Rosen blühen
Auf duftigem Blumenfeld.

Er hieß die Berge sich türmen
Und über die Lande erheben,
Ließ Winde wehen und stürmen,
Schuf vielgestaltiges Leben.

Er gab den Vögeln Gefieder,
Dem Meere sein ewiges Rauschen,
Mir gab er sinnige Lieder,
Euch Ohren, ihnen zu lauschen!

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Велел создатель солнцу
Language: Russian (Русский)  after the German (Deutsch) 
Велел создатель солнцу
светиться по всей земле,
цвести велел он розам
в небесной своей красе.

Он над морскою пучиной
горам повелел воздыматься,
дал волю бурному ветру,
водам велел волноваться.

Он дал пернатым пташкам
и пестрые крылья и голос,
а мне он дал песнопенья, 
вам уши, чтоб их расслышать.

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