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V. Ihr habt nun Traurigkeit (And ye now therefore have sorrow)

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Ein deutsches RequiemJohannes Brahms (1833 – 1897)

V. Ihr habt nun Traurigkeit

And ye now therefore have sorrow

Ihr habt nun Traurigkeit; aber ich will euch wieder sehen und euer Herz soll sich freuen und eure Freude soll niemand von euch nehmen. Sehet mich an: Ich habe eine kleine Zeit Mühe und Arbeit gehabt und habe großen Trost funden. Ich will euch trösten, wie Einen seine Mutter tröstet 

You now have sorrow; but I shall see you again and your heart shall rejoice and your joy no one shall take from you. Behold me: I have had for a little time toil and torment, and now have found great consolation. I will console you, as one is consoled by his mother 

The Green Mountain Mahler Festival, in conjunction with the USCRI/Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program in partnership with the Vermont Somali Community, will present a performance of the Brahms German Requiem at 4:30 pm on Saturday, June 17, 2017 at the Elley-Long Music Center in Colchester. Conducted by Daniel Bruce with chorusmaster Richard Riley, the performance will feature soprano Sarah Cullins and baritone Geoffrey Penar as well as the Bread and Puppet Theater and Jeh Kulu Dance and Drum Theater. The performance is cosponsored by the Burlington Civic Symphony and the Champlain Philharmonic Orchestra. Proceeds benefit famine relief efforts in Africa and USCRI/VRRP.

 

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