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Unformatted text preview: 122 III. Collaque Sentimantal 1904 Paul Verlaine Triste et lent i ! ' l Copyright © 1993 by HAL LEONARD PUBLISHENG CORPORATION Inlernalional Copyright Sacumd All Rights Reserved 123 lé was sent leurs Ct morts SOl'lt yeux ‘ _ a... . T t , 5.. r .i. \zézasi pei DC a an tend l’on El 163, mo] molto dim. Ir- p -——/. ., : ,_. ___. 65.“ retenu .,- m. _._.m _,_._._ mu... P.“ 2.? __ ,I \ r _‘ w ...-y _ = . . m 15 P k é u q H _ 0 V A 6 t n 0 s 6 . U A m 6 w: u.'? l.- X u e D — ,6; w 4 .7 -1 m”: a .wo [ . C .1 , n E.— _ v 2- un— (fibril/g 12A 19 _mV_ __ 3p —— mum“ ? .. 6 mon 561.11 \ — joursa Elw [011 hé :l _- 1'] 5 _ _ a _ l- I‘ \IV- —T0n coaur bat V il _ _ —' qu‘il m’en sou-vien 3 — — notre CX ~ [886 an donc dc vou ~ 132 — vous 3|. _ f __ sou — went 1] -__ — — Pour — quoi —Te a tempo I‘CtCI‘lU _ Un peu plus mouvementé Trés expressifi mélancolique er loinlain - -. Equg ' ‘5-1-'__ —_-L _ l“ '——-———-'-._.I_ u %F_I-A_=_II -u-' -_ -‘. --J'_ -- -_ _fll‘l" I-l-—'I———-__—___—_—= vain — Ciel, fui, lc —L’es - pair a “F —- C’est pos— si - ble (—'3A"‘-I a tempo PP , M nous joi - gnions nos PP subito { Z}— rctenu cu, 126 38 _r 127 Plus lent en allant se perdantjusqu’d lafirz 54 _;|_ __..,|_ .. -.uu plus rien. Fifi 15p Le faune, continued Note on the text: In Greek myth, the faun differed little from 1 hands of a man. Sources are indicated above for the set. 1. Al and A2: “R-— at m. 2, seemingly redundant and omitted from E 2. Al and A2: no avec une expression sourde; E as printed. 3. E (printed): no low bass slur, as contrasted with previous measures. A2 appea}; even though it indicates only a shorthand measure—repeat for the bass of m. 17. 4. A2 and E again omit the bass slur m. 28-33, suggesting Debussy’s conception of St does not contain Un peu anime’ at m. 24 or a Tempo m. 28; these were probably added ‘L publisher’s proofs. 5. E: pp preceding and following the )— ; A2 as printed, without the impractica IH. Colloque sentimental (Sentimental Conversation) Dans le vieux pare solitaire et glacé, Deux formes ont tout a l'heure passe. Leurs yeux sont morts et leurs levres sont molles, Et l’on entend a peine leurs paroles. Dans le vieux pare solitaire et glacé, Deux specoes ont évoqué le passe. ——'1‘e souvient-il de notre extase ancienne? fiPourquoi voulezAvous done qu’il m’en souvienne? —T on cozur bat-i1 toujours a mon seul nom? Toujours vois-tu mon ame en réve? Non. —-Ah! Les beauxjours de bonheur indicible Oh nous joignions nos bouches! —C’est possible. fiQu’il était bleu, le Ciel, et grand l’espoir! -—L’espoir a fui, vaincui vers le eiel noir. Tels ils marchaient dans les avoines folles, Et la nuit seule entendit leurs paroles. Sources are indicated above for the set. he satyr . ( 137K In the old park, lonely and frozen, Two forms have just now passed by. Their eyes are dead and their lips are slack, And one barely hears their words. In the old park, lonely and frozen, Two specters have evoked the past. —Do you still remember our former ecstasy? ————Why do you want me to remember it? —Does your heart still beat merely at my name? Do you still see my soul in your dreams? No. wAh! Those beautifitl days of inexpressible happiness When wejoined our lips together! It is possible. iHow blue was the sky, and how great our hope! —Hope has fled, vanquished, into the black sky. Thus they walked through the wild oats, And only the night heard their words. 1. E: fl up to end of measure; A2 as printed, with :b— 2. E ties the final two notes, b—flat, in the r.h.; A2 as printed, considering the separation implied by the tenuto mark. 3. A2: no Plus lent; E as printed. Trois chansons de France (Three Songs of France) I. Rondel (“Le temps”) (Rondel: The weather has shed its Cloak) Le temps a laissie’ son manteau De vent, de froidure et de pluye, Et s’est vestu de broderye, De soleil raiant, cler et beau. The weather has shed its cloak 0fwind, cold, and rain, And has dressed in embroidery, Which is the radiant sun, clear andfinel ...
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