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English translation for Vide Cor Meum.

Levente Benedek
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English translation for Vide Cor Meum.   Friday, November 23, 2001 (11:24 a.m.) 

I almost have the full translation. Just vait a few days please. I'm translating with one of my friend. I just wanted to warn you.

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Re: English translation for Vide Cor Meum   Wednesday, December 5, 2001 (10:12 a.m.) 

> I almost have the full translation. Just vait a few days please. I'm
> translating with one of my friend. I just wanted to warn you.

thank you for the warning, i just wanted to say this movie may well have been a disaster if it werent for the music. it was, is, brillantly layed out, and perfectly matched to the movie. i was fascinated by the whole production. weel done, and i look forward to sampling more of music in other movies.

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Re: English translation for Vide Cor Meum   Saturday, February 23, 2002 (10:35 p.m.) 

Hey... There's everyone here trying to translate Vide Cor Meum to English... where can I find the actual lyrics?
Joe

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Re: English translation for Vide Cor Meum   Friday, March 15, 2002 (9:13 p.m.) 

> Hey... There's everyone here trying to translate Vide Cor Meum to
> English... where can I find the actual lyrics?
Joe

There are a few sites that carry both the lyrics and the translation. In fact, you can download the actual libretto from mp3.caliescali.com. There's also a superb interpretation of Vide Cor Meum by Anaphlaxis. You can download it at artists2.iuma.com. The lyrics:

Vide Cor Meum: (English)
(He)
And thinking of her
Sweet sleep overcame me
I am your master
See your heart
And of this burning heart
Your heart

(She trembling)
Obediently eats.
Weeping, I saw him then depart from me.
Joy is converted
To bitterest tears
I am in peace
My heart
I am in peace
See my heart

There is a variation however:

Italian/Latin
Chorus: E pensando di lei Mi sopragiunse uno soave sonno Ego dominus tuus Vide cor tuum E d'sto core ardendo Cor tuum (Chorus: Lei paventosa) Umilmente pascea Appreso gir lo ne vedea piangendo La letizia si convertia In amarissimo pianto Io sono in pace Cor meum Io sono in pace Vide cor meum

English
Chorus: And thinking of her Sweet sleep overcame me
I am your master
Behold your heart
And of this burning heart
Your heart

(Chorus: She trembling) Obediently eats Weeping, I saw him then depart from me Joy is converted To bitterest tears
I am in peace
My heart
I am in peace
Behold your heart

Take your pick.


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Here it is.   Tuesday, December 18, 2001 (12:09 p.m.) 

Well still not finish (I can't translate some worlds) but here it is.

Chorus:
And thinking of her a soft sleepiness forced me.
Soprano:
I'm your master.
Look your heart.
Tenor:
"This is about burning heart, I couldn't translate this well."
Chorus:
Look your heart.
Soprano:
Your heart.
Chorus and Tenor:

Soprano:
Somebody is crying.
Tenor:
Somebody is crying extreamly grief.
Sorano:
I'm in peace.
Chorus and Tenor:
My heart.
Soprano:
I'm in peace.
Tenor:
Look my heart.
Chorus:
Look your heart.
Tenor:
Your heart.
Chorus:
Your heart.



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Re: Here it is.   Wednesday, December 19, 2001 (8:46 a.m.) 

> Well still not finish (I can't translate some worlds) but here it is.

> Chorus:
And thinking of her a soft sleepiness forced me.
>
Soprano:
I'm your master.
Look your heart.
>
Tenor:
"This is about burning heart, I couldn't
> translate this well."
Chorus:
Look your heart.
>
Soprano:
Your heart.
Chorus and Tenor:

> Soprano:
Somebody is crying.
Tenor:
>
Somebody is crying extreamly grief.
Sorano:
I'm in
> peace.
Chorus and Tenor:
My heart.
>
Soprano:
I'm in peace.
Tenor:
Look
> my heart.
Chorus:
Look your heart.
>
Tenor:
Your heart.
Chorus:
Your
> heart.

Congratulations! I'm so happy that You translated it, coz I really wanted to know about what is this song, but I dont know anything from Italian language.
Thank You very much!!!

Bye
Vestard


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