Les fleurs et les arbres (Camille Saint-Saëns)

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General Information

Title: Les fleurs et les arbres
Composer: Camille Saint-Saëns

Number of voices: 4vv   Voicing: SATB
Genre: SecularChanson

Language: French
Instruments: A cappella

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Original text and translations

French.png French text

Les fleurs et les arbres,
Les bronzes, les marbres,
Les ors, les émaux,
La mer, les fontaines,
Les monts et les plaines
Consolent nos maux.

Nature éternelle
Tu sembles plus belle
Au sein des douleurs,
Et l'art nous domine,
Sa flame illumine
Le rire et les pleurs.

German.png German translation

Die Blumen und Bäume,
Die Bronze, der Marmor,
Das Gold, das Emaille,
Das Meer, die Brunnen,
Die Berge und die Ebenen
Trösten unsere Leiden.

Ewige Natur,
Du erstrahlst schöner
Im Schein der Schmerzen.
Und die Kunst herrscht über uns,
Ihre Flamme erleuchtet
Das Lachen und die Tränen.

Translation by Peter Rottländer

English.png English translation

The flowers and the trees,
The bronzes, the marbles,
The golds, the enamels,
The sea, the fountains (waterfalls),
The mountains and the plains
Console our pain.

Eternal nature,
You seem more beautiful
To a heart in sorrow,
And art reigns over us,
Its flame illuminates
the laughter and tears.