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:Il bianco e dolce cigno cantando more,
 
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General Information

Title: Il bianco e dolce cigno
Composer: Jacob Arcadelt

Number of voices: 4vv  Voicing: SATB
Genre: Secular, Madrigals
Language: Italian
Instruments: none, a cappella
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Original text and translations

Italian.png Italian text

Il bianco e dolce cigno cantando more,
Ed io, piangendo,
Giung'al fin del viver mio.
Stran'e diversa sorte,
Ch'ei more sconsolato,
Ed io moro beato.
Morte, che nel morire,
M'empie di gioia tutt'e di desire.
Se nel morire altro dolor non sento,
Di mille mort'il di sarei contendo.


Dutch.png Dutch translation

De melancholieke tekst vol doodsverlangen sleept zich in langzaam zwellende klanken naar het einde voort. Jan Wyns.


De witte lieflijke zwaan sterft al zingend,
En ik, kom al wenend,
Aan het eind mijner bestaan.
Vreemd en ongelijk lot,
Hij sterft troosteloos,
En ik sterf in gelukzaligheid.
Een dood die mij, in stervensnood,
Vervult van vreugde en verlangen,
Omdat 'k bij 't sterven geen ander smart meer voel,
Hij die al duizend keer stierf, is daarom tevreden.