Franz-Xaver Chwatal, of Czech origin, wrote many melodies with lyrics which have been translated into different languages. The original text of this "partsong" is in German. The French version for 4 mixed voices is published here. It requires some small rhythmic adaptations of the melodic line which will not pose any difficulty for the choir wishing to sing it in this language.
A 4 men equal voices score is available as well : MeF 845
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