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Aria: Kuda, kuda vï udalilis (Lensky's Aria)

Kompozytor: Czajkowski Piotr

Opera: Eugeniusz Oniegin

Rola: Lensky (Tenor)

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Where have you gone, o golden days of my spring?
What does the day coming has in store for me?
It escapes my eyes, it is hidden!
Shall I fall to the deadly arrow, or will it pass by?
All for better, there is a pre-determined time
For life and for sleep
Blessed is a day of simple tasks
And blessed is the day of troubles.

Will the day beam shine in the morning
And the bright day shall reign
And I, well, will I, perhaps, will descent
Into mysterious darkness of my fatal tomb?
And the memory of a strange poet will fall into Abyss
The world shall forget me, but you, you, Olga!
Tell me, will you, the maiden of beauty, come to shed a tear
Over the early urn
And think "he loved me, he devoted to me
The gloomy dawn of a troubled life!"
Ah Olga, I did love you,
To you alone I devoted
The gloomy dawn of my troubled life
Yes Olga, I did love you!

My wonderful friend, my dear friend,
Come, for I am your husband, etc.

Where have you gone, o golden days of my spring?
O shto mne mat', shto mne otets'. Vakula. Trzewiczki. CzajkowskiVot' uzhe gode proshel'. Vakula. Trzewiczki. CzajkowskiJa lyublyu vas (Lensky's Arioso). Lensky. Eugeniusz Oniegin. CzajkowskiKakoi pre krasnïi etot den (Triquet's Song). Monsieur Triquet. Eugeniusz Oniegin. CzajkowskiNet chary lask krasy myatezhnoy. Count Vaudémont. Jolanta. CzajkowskiKak pered bogom, tak pered toboy dushi ne posty. Andrey Morozov. The Oprichnik. CzajkowskiChto nasha zhisnj. Herman. Dama pikowa. CzajkowskiJa imeni jejo ne znayu (Herman's Arioso). Herman. Dama pikowa. CzajkowskiProsti, nebesnoye sozdane. Herman. Dama pikowa. CzajkowskiLa donna è mobile. The Duke of Mantua. Rigoletto. Verdi
Wikipedia
Eugeniusz Oniegin (ros. Евгений Онегин) op. 24 – opera w trzech aktach (7 odsłonach) Piotra Czajkowskiego. Libretto samego kompozytora i Konstantego Szyłowskiego na podstawie poematu Aleksandra Puszkina. Jej premiera odbyła się 29 marca 1879 w moskiewskim Teatrze Małym.