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by Gabriel Fauré

C'est Lindor, c'est Tircis et c'est tous nos vainqueurs!
C'est Myrtille, c'est Lydé! Les reines de nos coeurs!
Comme ils sont provocants! Comme ils sont fiers toujours!
Comme on ose régner sur nos sorts et nos jours!

Faites attention! Observez la mesure!

Ô la mortelle injure! La cadence est moins lente!
Et la chute plus sûre! Nous rabattrons bien leur caquets!
Nous serons bientôt leurs laquais! Qu'ils sont laids! Chers minois!
Qu'ils sont fols! (Airs coquets!)

Et c'est toujours de même, et c'est ainsi toujours!
On s'adore! On se hait! On maudit ses amours!
On s'adore! On se hait! On maudit ses amours!
Adieu Myrtille, Eglé, Chloé, démons moqueurs!
Adieu donc et bons jours aux tyrans de nos coeurs!
Et bons jours!

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Neal Ward

I am a 69 year old black American and have been listening to classical music since I was a child. Mostly learned to enjoy on my own all alone. Sad thing is even now I have few friends to sit and enjoy it with. The few I do share with though it is such a joy. The Faure pavane # 50 is one of my absolute favorites.

Lindy Ward

Dear sir, dear Neal, I am enjoying it too. My parents, both music lovers, classical and Jazz , did not teach me. They just gave me the opportunity to find my own way in music. And it worked. So here I am, listening together with you. Warm regards.

Valerie Wiesner

I am a 69 year old white American (we could have left the adjectives out :) and I could have written your comment as I my life experience is almost identical, except that I was once a classical violinist and learned to love the music from age 2.....♥

you know kugan yeah

Hope you're still here fella, beautiful music

John Mitgal

The people who listen to this music are not alone, in some way it connects us all. God bless you sir. (Sorry for my English.)


Have you listened to Faure' s RÉQUIEM?
It's the one I"d choose for my burial if I lived in New Orleans!

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Hamed Mahdavi

“Without music, life would be a mistake.”

Friedrich Nietzsche,

Twilight of the Idols


No, without music, no life. Life worthy to live IS music.

Old Hardman Johnson

@Dirk Noom chickens exist to be eaten

Dirk Noom

@Old Hardman Johnson If anything were to be done, it wouldn't be in our lifetimes anyway. yes it will end, but every single day there are sentient beings being eaten alive (with or without humans, by the way) is another enormous waste. there is nothing better than non-existance, no needs to be filled.

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