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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Faust
2.  Wherefore, ye tones celestial, sweet and strong, Come ye a dweller in thedust to seek? Ring out your chimes believing crowds among, The messagewell I hear, my faith alone is weak; From faith her darling, miracle, hathsprung. Aloft to yonder spheres I dare not soar, Whence sound the tidings ofgreat joy; And yet, with this sweet strain familiar when a boy, Back it recallethme to life once more. Then would celestial love, with holy kiss, Come o'er mein the Sabbath's stilly hour, While, fraught with solemn meaning andmysterious power, Chim'd the deep - sounding bell, and prayer was bliss; Ayearning impulse, undefin'd yet dear, Drove me to wander on through woodand field; With heaving breast and many a burning tear, I felt with holy joy aworld reveal'd. Gay sports and festive hours proclaim'd with joyous pealing,This Easter hymn in days of old; And fond remembrance now doth me, withchildlike feeling, Back from the last, the solemn step, withhold. O still soundon, thou sweet celestial strain! The tear - drop flows, - Earth, I am thineagain!
3.  Mephistopheles
4.  Oh 'tis not the mere ornaments alone; Her glance and mien far more betray.Rejoiced I am that I may stay.
5.  Doctor, stand fast! your strength collect! Be prompt, and do as I direct. Outwith your whisk, keep close, I pray, I'll parry! do you thrust away!Valentine
6.  Good sir, these things you view indeed, Just as by other men they're view'd;We must more cleverly proceed, Before life's joys our grasp elude. The devil!thou hast hands and feet, And head and heart are also thine; What I enjoywith relish sweet, Is it on that account less mine? If for six stallions I can pay,Do I not own their strength and speed? A proper man I dash away, As theirtwo dozen legs were mine indeed. Up then, from idle pondering free, Andforth into the world with me! I tell you what; - your speculative churl Is like abeast which some ill spirit leads, On barren wilderness, in ceaseless whirl,While all around lie fair and verdant meads.


1.  To the hunting - lodge we're on our way.
2.  Margaret
3.  Margaret
4.  Vile reprobate! go get thee hence; Forbear the lovely girl to name! Nor in myhalf - distracted sense, Kindle anew the smouldering flame!Mephistopheles
5.  Each may his own selection make.
6.  Mephistopheles


1.  Up! Forth into the distant land! Is not this book of mystery By Nostradamus'proper hand, An all - sufficient guide? Thou'lt see The courses of the starsunroll'd; When nature doth her thoughts unfold To thee, thy soul shall rise, andseek Communion high with her to hold, As spirit doth with spirit speak! Vainby dull poring to divine The meaning of each hallow'd sign. Spirits! I feel youhov'ring near; Make answer, if my voice ye hear!(He opens the book and perceives the sign of the Macrocosmos.)Ah! at this spectacle through every sense, What sudden ecstasy of joy isflowing! I feel new rapture, hallow'd and intense, Through every nerve andvein with ardour glowing. Was it a god who character'd this scroll, The tumultin my spirit healing, O'er my sad heart with rapture stealing, And by a mysticimpulse, to my soul, The powers of nature all around revealing. Am I a God?What light intense! In these pure symbols do I see, Nature exert her vitalenergy. Now of the wise man's words I learn the sense;"Unlock'd the spirit - world doth lie, Thy sense is shut, thy heart is dead! Upscholar, lave, with courage high, Thine earthly breast in the morning - red!"(He contemplates the sign.)
2.  The darling's sorrow grieves me, bring Another set without delay! The first,methinks, was no great thing.
3.  We're too well - bred to squabble here, Or insult back to render; But mayyou wither soon, my dear, Although so young and tender.Leader of the Band
4.  (Aside.)
5.   He's my good friend, with whom 'twill prosper well; I grudge him not thechoicest of thy store. Now draw thy circle, speak thy spell, And straight abumper for him pour!
6.  Mephistopheles


1.  They're in their glory, mark their elevation!
2.  My sweet child!
3.  Wagner
4、  I am afraid the landlord to offend; Else freely I would treat each worthy guestFrom our own cellar to the very best.
5、  (They stand amazed and gaze at each other.)




  • 欧华网 08-06

      The darling's sorrow grieves me, bring Another set without delay! The first,methinks, was no great thing.

  • 罗兰冈 08-06


  • 尼克·布朗 08-06

       Fair lady, may I thus make free To offer you my arm and company?Margaret

  • 普契尼 08-06

      The sweet young innocent!

  • 巩汉林 08-05

    {  If e'er upon my couch, stretched at my ease, I'm found, Then may my life thatinstant cease! Me canst thou cheat with glozing wile Till self - reproach away Icast, Me with joy's lure canst thou beguile; Let that day be for me the last! Bethis our wager!

  • 夏阳 08-04

      Brother! what agonizing pain!}

  • 瓦吉克 08-04


  • 雷柳琼 08-04

      I'm dying - 'tis a soon - told tale, And sooner done the deed. Why, women,do ye howl and wail? To my last words give heed! (All gather round him.) MyGretchen see! still young art thou, Art not discreet enough, I trow, Thou dostthy matters ill; Let this in confidence be said: Since thou the path of shamedost tread, Tread it with right good will!

  • 黄亚中 08-03

       Take me with you! Oh take me too! Three centuries I climb in vain, And yetcan ne'er the summit gain! To be with my kindred I am fain.Both Choruses

  • 伊梅利亚 08-01

    {  Eritis Sicut Deus, Scientes Bonum Et Malum (He reverently closes the bookand retires.)

  • 窦艳可 08-01