LES TROYENS LIBRETTO PDF

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Remember Me? Published on December 30th, PM. There are copyrighted translations available for a fee. As a service to the operatic community, Opera Lively has translated the original public domain French libretto into English and has hereby made our translation available online, free of charge. This version however, even though we've made it available for free, is also copyrighted. Links to it can be published without authorization, as well as small bits, not larger than the equivalent of one aria.

Full reproduction, however, would be a violation of copyrights if not authorized by Opera Lively use the Contact Us form. We make no claim that our translation has literary or poetic qualities. It is merely provided as a service to the reader who is interested in this sublime opera.

Translation into English. Each section contains one act. Au loin les sommets du mont Ida. Soldats, citoyens, femmes, et enfants. Danses, jeux divers. Je trouve un casque! Voyez, ce bouclier immense! Il porterait un homme sur les flots! Quels poltrons que ces Grecs! Achille est mort, vous pouvez voir ici Sa tombe, la voici.

On abat les murailles. Il faut le voir sans plus attendre! Le cheval! Ils surent en tumulte. Malheureux Roi! A ce nom mon effroi Redouble! O Dieux! De l'affreux destin qui m'oppresse Il faut subir l'inexorable loi! Te quitter quand le plus saint des noeuds Laisse entrer en ton coeur un doux rayon d'espoir. Il va tomber sur Troie!

Si tu m'aimes, va-t'en - Pars! Mais le ciel et la terre, Oublieux de la guerre, Proclament ton erreur. Pars ce soir, pars ce soir! Tu veux donc que j'expire? A tes genoux, je tombe, Cassandre!

Aveugle et sourd comme eux! Dieu de l'Olympe! Dieu des mers! Ces muettes douleurs! Elle attire Astyanax contre son sein et l'embrasse avec une tendresse convulsive.

Andromaque abaisse son voile. Les larmes la gagnant, Andromaque reprend la main d'Astyanax et passe devant les divers groupes du peuple pour se retirer. Ils sortent. Gloire de la Patrie!

O Priam! Vains efforts de courage, Des pleurs d'angoisse inondent mon visage! L'ennemi vient et la ville est ouverte! Souriante guirlande, A l'entour de l'offrande Dansez, heureux enfants! Les chants cessent brusquement. Et la foule s'agite! O dieux! Oui, la flamme, la hache! Fouillez le flanc du monstrueux cheval! Ma voix se perd! Ils entrent, c'en est fait, le destin tient sa proie!

Elle sort. To the left of the audience and some distance inside Troy, lies the Citadel. In the distance, the peaks of Mount Ida. An altar lies at the front of the stage, and next to it an elevated throne. Soldiers, citizens, women, and children. Dances, various games. After ten years spent within our walls, Ah! How joyful it is to breathe The pure air of the fields, that will no longer be torn by battle cries. Young men and children come running holding shards of weapons.

What wreckage! An iron spear! I found a helmet! Look, this huge shield! It would float a man over water! What cowards are these Greeks! Tell us Whose was it? Achilles is dead, you can see His tomb, it is here. This colossal horse, Their offering to Pallas, a battalion would fit Inside its vast guts.

They are tearing down the city walls. This evening we will drag it Into town; They say the King will come soon to inspect it!

Where is it? We must see it without delay! Let us run! The horse! Her gaze is restless and scattered. All comes together to justify my somber disquiet. Falling into madness and drunkenness The crowd leaves the city walls, with Priam in the lead!

Unfortunate King! It is certain You will descend into eternal night! You will not listen to me; you refuse to understand, Unfortunate people, the horror that pursues me.

Coroebus, alas, even Coroebus Believes that I have lost my wits! At the mention of his name my dread redoubles! Oh Gods! He loves me! He is loved! But no more marriage for me.

No more love, no more joyous songs, no more sweet tender dreams! I must submit to the inexorable course Of the frightful destiny that oppresses me. She falls into a tender daydream Coroebus! He must depart from Troy. I hide from your eyes The frightful dread that fills my soul! Leave you when the most sacred of ties Cease to prophesy and so cease to fear; Raise towards the heavenly vault The gaze of your comforted soul.

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Remember Me? Published on December 30th, PM. There are copyrighted translations available for a fee. As a service to the operatic community, Opera Lively has translated the original public domain French libretto into English and has hereby made our translation available online, free of charge. This version however, even though we've made it available for free, is also copyrighted. Links to it can be published without authorization, as well as small bits, not larger than the equivalent of one aria. Full reproduction, however, would be a violation of copyrights if not authorized by Opera Lively use the Contact Us form.

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Les Troyens Libretto

Les Troyens is Berlioz's most ambitious work, the summation of his entire artistic career, but he did not live to see it performed in its entirety. After decades of neglect, today the opera is considered by some music critics as one of the finest ever written. Berlioz began the libretto on 5 May and completed it toward the end of June He finished the full score on 12 April I was led to talk of my admiration for Virgil and of the idea I had formed of a great opera, designed on Shakespearean lines, for which Books Two and Four of the Aeneid would provide the subject-matter. I added that I was all too aware of the pain that such an undertaking would inevitably cause me ever to embark on it. You must write this opera, this lyric poem; call it what you like and plan it as you wish.

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Libretto by Ranieri de' Calzabigi. Ariadne auf Naxos, Oper with a prologue and one act. Music composed by Richard Strauss. Libretto by Hugo von Hofmannsthal.

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Au loin les sommets du mont Ida. Soldats, citoyens, femmes, et enfants. Danses, jeux divers. Je trouve un casque! Voyez, ce bouclier immense!

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