Come again


Come again

Come Again, sweet love doth now invite (Ven de nuevo, dulce amor, ahora invito) es una canción de John Dowland. La letra es anónima. Puede ser interpretada por voz solista acompañada de laúd o por un grupo vocal, típicamente SATB. La canción es dulce y amarga al mismo tiempo, típica de Dowland que cultivó un estilo melancólico.[1]

Fue publicada por primera vez en 1597 en su «First Booke of Songes or Ayres».[2]

Letra

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Versión para soprano y laúd. Se interpretan las estrofas 2 y 6

Portada del First Booke of Songes or Ayres, donde se publicó la obra en 1597
Inglés antiguo Traducción
Come again! sweet love doth now invite

Thy graces that refrain
To do me due delight,
To see, to hear, to touch, to kiss, to die,
With thee again in sweetest sympathy.

Ven de nuevo, dulce amor, ahora invito

a tus gracias que se abstienen
de causarme deleite,
a ver, escuchar, tocar, besar, morir,
contigo en la más dulce simpatía.

Come again! that I may cease to mourn

Through thy unkind disdain;
For now left and forlorn
I sit, I sigh, I weep, I faint, I die
In deadly pain and endless misery.

Ven de nuevo, así puedo dejar de llorar,

por tu cruel desdén.
Ahora me siento abandonado y triste
Me siento, suspiro, lloro, me desmayo, muero,
en el dolor mortal y la miseria sin fin.

All the day the sun that lends me shine

By frowns doth cause me pine
And feeds me with delay;
Her smiles, my springs that makes my joy to grow,
Her frowns the winter of my woe.

Todo el día el sol que me da brillo,

frunce el ceño haciéndome penar
Y me alienta con demora;
Su sonrisa, el manantial que hace crecer mi alegría,
su ceño fruncido el invierno de mi aflicción.

All the night my sleeps are full of dreams,

My eyes are full of streams.
My heart takes no delight
To see the fruits and joys that some do find
And mark the stormes are me assign'd.

Todas las noches mi dormir está lleno de sueños,

mis ojos plenos de arroyos,
mi corazón sin deleite,
para ver los frutos y la alegría que otros hallan,
y muestran las tormentas que se me han asignado.

But alas, my faith is ever true,

Yet will she never rue
Nor yield me any grace;
Her Eyes of fire, her heart of flint is made,
Whom tears nor truth may once invade.

Pero, ay, mi fe es siempre verdadera,

aunque nunca se lamenta
tampoco me dio gracia alguna;
sus ojos de fuego, su corazón hecho de piedra,
cuyas lágrimas ni la verdad pueden invadir.

Gentle Love, draw forth thy wounding dart,

Thou canst not pierce her heart;
For I, that do approve
By sighs and tears more hot than are thy shafts
Do tempt while she for triumphs laughs.

Tierno amor, arranca tu dardo hiriente,

porque no puedo perforar su corazón;
yo, que me empeño
con suspiros y lágrimas más calientes que tu flecha
lo intento mientras ella ríe triunfante.

Referencias

  1. Wells, Robin Headlam. "John Dowland and Elizabethan Melancholy," Early Music, Vol.13, No. 4. November 1985 pp 514–28.
  2. Primer libro de canciones y arias.

Enlaces externos


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