domingo, 26 de julho de 2009

Coros para educar

What sweeter music can we bring
than a carol for to sing
the birth of this our heavnly king.
Awake the voice, awake the string.
Dark and dull night fly hence away
and give the honor to this day
that sees december turn'd to may.
That sees december turn'd to may.
Why does the chilling winters morn
smile like a field beset with corn?
or smell like a meadow newly shourn.
Thus on the sudden come and see.
The cause why things thus fragrent be.
Tis' he is born who's quickening

birth gives life and lustre public mirth
to heaven and the under earth.
We see him come and know him ours

who with his sunshine and his show'rs
turns all the patient ground to flowers.
Turns all the patient ground to flowers.
The darling of the world is comeand

fit it is we find a room to welcome him.
to welcome him.

The nobler part of all the house here is the heart
Which we will give him and bequeath,
this hol-ly and this ivy wreath.
To do him honor who's our king
and Lord of all this reveling

Espanta-me o profissionalismo destes miúdos.

John Rutter - Compositor e maestro, nasceu em Londres em 1945. Coro do King's College Cambridge - 2008

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