The Project Gutenberg EBook of Der Fliegende Holländer, by Richard Wagner The German libretto alone, without parallel translation, is available from Project. The Flying Dutchman (Der Fliegende Hollander): Libretto (English and German Edition) [Richard Wagner] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers . Uncompleted operas. Der fliegende Holländer (The Flying Dutchman) is an opera, with music and libretto by Richard Wagner. Read more on Wikipedia.
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If you don’t spin you’ll get no present from your lad. Nothing in the house is done. SENTA seized with a sudden inspiration, springs up from her chair Let me be the one whose loyalty shall save you!
Then came this blast from the depths of hell … to rely on the wind is to rely on Satan’s mercy! You’re not lucky in love! Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Add all three to Cart Add all three to List. ERIK pointing to the picture That seaman there. The sailors will come with empty stomachs. Has the day of awakening just dawned? Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Free me from my torment!
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Der fliegende Holländer libretto (English) – opera by Richard Wagner
If his daughter does not come aboard, as usual, is he not bound to be vexed? At anchor every seven years, a wife to woo he goes ashore: I think I see the captain. What I received was an English libretto.
He brings no gold, but game, we know well what a hunter’s worth. God, must I see this? I have just named it this for lodging for a single night! That’s the very image of his ship you see! ERIK Do you flee from these wounds libreto dealt me, crazed with love? ERIK You shun me?
Shall I see your daughter today? She’s out of her mind!
As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Daland’s helmsman starts up from his sleep; without leaving his place he glances hastily at the helm and, reassured that no harm has been done, murmurs the beginning of his song “My girl, were there no south wind”, and falls asleep again.
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What has made you sad and suspicious? Through me you shall find grace! We bring you lots of food and drink! I ask thee, blessed angel from heaven who won for me the terms for my absolution: He tells Daland of his plight and offers a reward of gold and jewels for a night’s lodging.
There on the reefs, fearful graveyard of ships, I have driven my ship; but ah! They seem to be faint with thirst! Your father is home, before he sails again, he will do what he has often wanted to.