"The Dream" by Nataliya Medvedovskaya.
11 Jul 2016
The World Premiere of "The Dream" for Soprano and Piano is performed by Zoya Gramagin, Soprano, and the composer Nataliya Medvedovskaya, Piano. The art song is based upon the 1913 poem by the Russian Poet, Boris Pasternak. This performance was at the Musicians Club of New York, Liederkranz Concert Hall, 6 East 87th Street, New York, New York on March 12, 2016. Videography by Michael Gorbovitsky. Here is the English translation by Alex Miller: THE DREAM I dreamed of autumn in twilit window panes Of friends, and you among that merry band; Than, as a falcon brings its prey from heaven, My heart came down, alighted on your hand. But time went by, and aged, and lost its hearing, And, lightly touching the wooden frames with silver, The sunset splashed the windows from the garden With the bright, bloody teardrops of September. But time went by, and aged. As thin and brittle As ice, the silk of armchairs cracked and melted. And you, so loud, faltered and fell silent, And, like an ec
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