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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  I tell thee, from vain tears abstain! 'Twas thy dishonour pierced my heart, Thyfall the fatal death - stab gave. Through the death - sleep I now depart ToGod, a soldier true and brave. (dies.)
2.  A friend!
3.  Faust
4.  We, his true - hearted, With spices and myrrh, Embalmed the departed, Andswathed him with care; Here we conveyed Him, Our Master, so dear; Alas!Where we laid Him, The Christ is not here,
5.  Broom and pitch - fork, goat and prong, Mounted on these we whirl along;Who vainly strives to climb to - night, Is evermore a luckless wight!Demi - Witch (below)
6.  While we can warm our paws she'll stay.


1.  Ay! what 'mong men as knowledge doth obtain! Who on the child its truename dares bestow? The few who somewhat of these things have known,Who their full hearts unguardedly reveal'd, Nor thoughts, nor feelings, fromthe mob conceal'd, Have died on crosses, or in flames been thrown. Excuseme, friend, far now the night is spent, For this time we must say adieu.Wagner
2.  Quid sum miser tunc dicturus? Quem patronum rogaturus! Cum vix justus sitsecurus.
3.  Of all that pass'd I'm well apprized, I heard the doctor catechised, And trusthe'll profit much thereby! Fain would the girls inquire indeed Touching theirlover's faith and creed, And whether pious in the good old way; They think, ifpliant there, us too he will obey.
4.  A few steps further, up to yonder stone! Here rest we from our walk. In timeslong past, Absorb'd in thought, here oft I sat alone, And disciplin'd myselfwith prayer and fast. Then rich in hope, with faith sincere, With sighs, andhands in anguish press'd, The end of that sore plague, with many a tear, Fromheaven's dread Lord, I sought to wrest. The crowd's applause assumes ascornful tone. Oh, could'st thou in my inner being read, How little either sireor son, Of such renown deserves the meed! My sire, of good repute, andsombre mood, O'er nature's powers and every mystic zone, With honest zeal,but methods of his own, With toil fantastic loved to brood; His time in darkalchemic cell, With brother adepts he would spend, And there antagonistscompel, Through numberless receipts to blend. A ruddy lion there, a suitorbold, In tepid bath was with the lily wed. Thence both, while open flamesaround them roll'd, Were tortur'd to another bridal bed. Was then the youthfulqueen descried With varied colours in the flask; This was our medicine; thepatients died, "Who were restored?" none cared to ask. With our infernalmixture thus, ere long, These hills and peaceful vales among, We rag'd morefiercely than the pest; Myself the deadly poison did to thousands give; Theypined away, I yet must live, To hear the reckless murderers blest.Wagner
5.  Mephistopheles
6.  Dost mark how round us, with wide spiral curves, He wheels, each circlecloser than before? And, if I err not, he appears to me A line of fire upon histrack to leave.


1.  Faust
2.  Am I once more deluded! must I deem That thus the throng of spiritsdisappear? The devil's presence, was it but a dream? Hath but a poodlescap'd and left me here?
3.  An ugly song! a song political! A song offensive! Thank God, every morn Torule the Roman empire, that you were not born! I bless my stars at least thatmine is not Either a kaiser's or a chancellor's lot. Yet 'mong ourselves shouldone still lord it o'er the rest; That we elect a pope I now suggest. Ye know,what quality ensures A man's success, his rise secures.Frosch (sings)
4.  In the Intermezzo
5.   Faust
6.  Faust


1.  You on the Blocksberg I'm rejoiced to find, That 'tis your most appropriatesphere is certain.
2.  Student
3.  Faust
4、  Student
5、  A pretty play our leisure to beguile! A thousand bridges I could buildmeanwhile. Not science only and consummate art, Patience must also bearher part. A quiet spirit worketh whole years long; Time only makes the subtleferment strong. And all things that belong thereto, Are wondrous andexceeding rare! The devil taught her, it is true; But yet the draught the devilcan't prepare.




  • 艾普拉 08-04


  • 欧阳夏丹 08-04

      Know'st thou my servant, Faust?

  • 周旭明 08-04


  • 乔蒂 08-04

      No! It is but a game.

  • 金街 08-03

    {  And yet, methinks, by most 'twill be confess'd That Death is never quite awelcome guest.

  • 李天然 08-02

      How mean you that? have you of every sort?}

  • 白海 08-02

      Happy the man around whose brow he binds The bloodstain'd wreath inconquest's dazzling hour; Or whom, excited by the dance, he finds Dissolv'din bliss, in love's delicious bower! O that before the lofty spirit's might,Enraptured, I had rendered up my soul!

  • 吴天祥 08-02


  • 李军刚 08-01

       Observe it well, it is not drawn with care, One of the angles, that which pointswithout, Is, as thou seest, not quite closed.

  • 黎予阳 07-30

    {  What in the spirit's depths was there created, What shyly there the lip shapedforth in sound; A failure now, with words now fitly mated, In the wild tumultof the hour is drown'd; Full oft the poet's thought for years hath waited Untilat length with perfect form 'tis crowned; What dazzles, for the moment born,must perish; What genuine is posterity will cherish.Merryman

  • 裴秀彬 07-30