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Пёрселл Генри - A Serenading Song - текст песни, видео

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Пёрселл Генри - A Serenading Song - текст песни, видео

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Уроки эстрадного вокала в Санкт-Петербурге
Solo Tenor: Soft notes, and gently rais'd, 
Let some harsh sound the fair Corinna's Rest do rudely Wound; 
Diffuse a Peaceful Calmness through each Part,  
touch all The Springs of a soft Virgin's Heart. 
Tune ev'ry Pulse and kindle all her Blood, 
and svell the Torrent of the living Flood;  
glide thro' her Dreams, and o're her Fancy move, 
and Stir up, Stir up all the Images of Love. 

 Symphony for two flutes 

 Solo Tenor: Thus feeble Man does his advantage take, 
to gain in Sleep what he must lose awake, 
when Night and shades shut up Corinna's Charms, 
Then is the prop'rest time to take up Arms: 
But Night and Shades he Beauties can't conceal. 
Night has peculiar Graces to reveal. 

 Chorus:  Ten thousand, thousand Raptures do attend, 
Ten thousand thousand Raptures do attend this time, 
too strong for Fancy, too strong for Fancy and too full, 
and too full, and too full, and too full for Rhime; 
Too strong for Fancy and too full for Rhime. 
Too strong for Fancy and too full for Rhime.
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