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日期:2020-08-07 12:33:44
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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  The Other Half
2.  Faust
3.  Mephistopheles (to Faust)
4.  O dearest, trust me, what doth pass for sense Full oft is self - conceit andblindness!
5.  People
6.  How through the chasms strangely gleams, A lurid light, like dawn's red glow,Pervading with its quivering beams, The gorges of the gulf below! Herevapours rise, there clouds float by, Here through the mist the light doth shine;Now, like a fount, it bursts on high, Meanders now, a slender line; Farreaching, with a hundred veins, Here through the valley see it glide; Here,where its force the gorge restrains, At once it scatters, far and wide; Anear,like showers of golden sand Strewn broadcast, sputter sparks of light: Andmark yon rocky walls that stand Ablaze, in all their towering height!Mephistopheles

计划指导

1.  Weathercock (towards the other side)
2.  Faust
3.  Mephisto, seest thou there Standing far off, a lone child, pale and fair? Slowfrom the spot her drooping form she tears, And seems with shackled feet tomove along; I own, within me the delusion' strong, That she the likeness of myGretchen wears.
4.  Let me alone! O'er a full glass you'll see, As easily I'll worm their secret out,As draw an infant's tooth. I've not a doubt That my two gentlemen are noblyborn, They look dissatisfied and full of scorn.Brander
5.  Thou'rt like the spirit, thou dost comprehend, Not me!(Vanishes.)
6.  Mephistopheles

推荐功能

1.  Christ is arisen, Redeem'd from decay. The bonds which imprison Your souls,rend away! Praising the Lord with zeal, By deeds that love reveal, Likebrethren true and leal Sharing the daily meal, To all that sorrow feelWhisp'ring of heaven's weal, Still is the master near, Still is he here!Before The Gate
2.  A brute!
3.  Faust
4.  Hearken! The end I aim at is not joy; I crave excitement, agonizing bliss,Enamour'd hatred, quickening vexation. Purg'd from the love of knowledge,my vocation, The scope of all my powers henceforth be this, To bare mybreast to every pang, - to know In my heart's core all human weal and woe,To grasp in thought the lofty and the deep, Men's various fortunes on mybreast to heap, And thus to theirs dilate my individual mind, And share atlength with them the shipwreck of mankind.
5.   Siebel
6.  'Tis sorcery, I vow! Strike home! The fellow is fair game, I trow!(They draw their knives and attack Mephistopheles.)Mephistopheles (with solemn gestures)

应用

1.  Another
2.  Faust
3.  The Lord, The Heavenly Hosts. Afterwards Mephistopheles.The three Archangels come forward
4、  Margaret
5、  Manager

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  • 关炜 08-06

      Dear soul! I've long forgiven him, indeed!

  • 斯瓦米纳森 08-06

      (The ringing of bells, and choral voices.)

  • 熊包 08-06

       Faust

  • 莫利埃 08-06

      Woe is me! Them in the street I cannot wear, Or in the church, or any where.Martha

  • 潘杰 08-05

    {  Here is a song, sung o'er, sometimes you'll see, That 'twill a singular effectproduce.

  • 卡莉达·齐 08-04

      Martha (weeping)}

  • 叶克飞 08-04

      Drifting cloud and misty wreathes Are fill'd with light elysian; O'er reed andleaf the zephyr breathes So fades the fairy vision!A Gloomy Day. A Plain

  • 陈锡联 08-04

      Stop, gentlemen, nor pass me by, Of wares I have a choice collection: Prayhonour them with your inspection. Lose not his opportunity! Yet nothing in mybooth you'll find Without its counterpart on earth; there's naught, Which to theworld, and to mankind, Hath not some direful mischief wrought. No daggerhere, which hath not flow'd with blood, No chalice, whence, into somehealthy frame Hath not been poured hot poison's wasting flood. No trinket,but hath wrought some woman's shame, No weapon but hath cut somesacred tie, Or from behind hath stabb'd an enemy.Mephistopheles

  • 罗什福尔 08-03

       Mephistopheles

  • 潘文杰 08-01

    {  No, no! I to the town my steps retrace.

  • 赵卫国 08-01

      Kind gentleman and ladies fair, So rosy - cheek'd and trimly dress'd, Bepleas'd to listen to my prayer, Relieve and pity the distress'd. Let me notvainly sing my lay! His heart's most glad whose hand is free. Now when allmen keep holiday, Should be a harvest - day to me.Another Burgher

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