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MeF 231 .
Claude Vercher L'HOMME ET LA MER (man and the sea)
Charles BAUDELAIRE (1821-1867)
LANGUAGE:  French
VOICES: TB (2 men voices)
PAGES : 3

MeF 231 : Song for 2 men voices celebrating the famous Charles Baudelaire poem, Man and the Sea

  • Free man! the sea is to thee ever dear!
    The sea is thy mirror, thou regardest thy soul
    In its mighteous waves that unendingly roll,
    And thy spirit is yet not a chasm less drear.

    Thou delight'st to plunge deep in thine image down;
    Thou tak'st it with eyes and with arms in embrace,
    And at times thine own inward voice would'st efface
    With the sound of its savage ungovernable moan.

    You are both of you, sombre, secretive and deep:
    Oh mortal, thy depths are foraye unexplored,
    Oh sea — no one knoweth thy dazzling hoard,
    You both are so jealous your secrets to keep!

    And endless ages have wandered by,
    Yet still without pity or mercy you fight,
    So mighty in plunder and death your delight:
    Oh wrestlers! so constant in enmity! 

     
    You like to plunge into the bosom of your image;
    You embrace it with eyes and arms, and your heart
    Is distracted at times from its own clamoring
    By the sound of this plaint, wild and untamable.
     
    Both of you are gloomy and reticent:
    Man, no one has sounded the depths of your being;
    O Sea, no person knows your most hidden riches,
    So zealously do you keep your secrets!
     
    Yet for countless ages you have fought each other
    Without pity, without remorse,
    So fiercely do you love carnage and death,
    O eternal fighters, implacable brothers!
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MeF 231

The minimum purchase order quantity for the product is 12.