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Alexander Pushkin's Little Tragedies, lengthy thought of to be one of the glories of Russian poetry, actually have a impressive functionality background in Russia, not just in level productions, yet in opera and movie. This lately accomplished translation of all 4 performs is meant for either readers and performers. the interpretation of "Mozart and Salieri," first released in 1984, has been played a number of instances in view that, and has been tailored for the libretto translation, supertitles, and video subtitles for Rimsky-Korsakoff's opera. the interpretation of "The Stone visitor" has additionally been tailored for video subtitles for Dargomyzhsky's opera.

The translations are in verse all through, together with rhymed translations of the 2 recognized songs in "Feast through the Plague," designed to slot track composed by way of the translator for the unique Russian lyrics.

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You demand collateral? what rubbish! —a pig’s skin? If I had anything I could offer, long ago 5953 Pushkin / THE LITTLE TRAGEDIES / sheet 49 of 236 The Miserly Knight  I’d have sold it. Or is the word of a knight Worth so little to you, you dog? Jew: Your word, So long as you shall live, is worth a great deal. All the treasure chests of Flemish merchants It will open like a magic wand. But when it’s given to me, a lowly Jew, And should—God forbid—you die, then In my hands it will be of no more value Than the key to a casket flung into the ocean.

You can say a thing like that to your father! . I’m lying! And in the presence of our lord! . To me . . or am I no longer a knight?  Albert: You’re a liar. Baron: And lightning hasn’t struck him, righteous God! Then take this, and let the sword judge between us! ) Albert: My thanks. Here’s my first gift from my father. Duke: What did I see? What’s this—and in my presence? A son accepted the challenge of his old father! In what times have I taken upon myself The ducal chain! Silence: You, madman, And you, tiger cub!

Duke: It’s not good for him To be so unsociable. We’ll soon teach him About gaiety, about balls and tournaments. Send him to me; provide your son With an estate fitting to his rank . . You’re frowning, are you weary from the road, Perhaps? Baron: My Lord, I am not weary, But you’ve embarrassed me. I would rather Not have admitted it to you, but you Have forced me to say about my son Something I wanted to hide from you. He, my Lord, unhappily is not worthy Of either your favor or your attention.

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