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A Green Lowland of Pianos (slightly faster) (Aflat)




Samuel Barber


A flat major (higher voice) , 2'07'' (slightly faster version)

Samuel Barber, Three Songs Op.45, no.2, A Green Lowland of Pianos, piano accompaniment. Text by Czeslaw Milosz, after the Polish of Jerzy Harasymowicz

in the evening

as far as the eye can see


of black pianos


up to their knees

in the mire

they listen to the frogs


they gurgle in water

with chords of rapture


they are entranced

by froggish, moonish spontaneity


after the vacation

they cause scandals

in a concert hall

during the artistic milking

suddenly they lie down

like cows


looking with indifference

at the white flowers

of the audience


at the gesticulating

of the ushers


[black pianos, black pianos]+


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