1 Gund, Liszt, Shoeck: “lustiges” (from another version of Lenau) 2 Gund by Nikolaus Lenau ( – ), “Die drei Zigeuner”, appears in Gedichte, in 3. Franz Liszt: Die drei Zigeuner, for violin and piano, S – Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (), the largest and. The BBC work page for Die drei Zigeuner, S (version with orchestra) by Franz Liszt. Find upcoming concerts, watch performances, and learn more about the.
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Die drei Zigeuner
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Had the other a pipe in his mouth, looked at the spiraling matter – happy, as if from the whole of this earth nothing could suit him better.
And the third one in comfort slept, his guitar in a tree bend; over the strings the breezes crept, over his heart a dream went. On their clothing carried the three holes with patches around them, but they defied intrepidly what in their destiny bound them.
Threefold the gypsies revealed that day, how, when one’s life is benighted, to sing it, to smoke it, to dream it away – and thrice to detest and deride it.