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Debussy: Beau Soir (sung by Streisand)

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Uploaded on Nov 29, 2009

This is probably the best track from the CD, Classical Barbra. Claus Ogerman conducted the orchestra. The lyrics are in French, and a basic translation is:

When the rivers are rosy in the setting sun,
And a warm shiver runs over the wheat fields,
Advice to be happy seems to rise up from things
And climb toward the troubled heart.


Advice to taste the charm of being in the world
While one is young and the evening is beautiful,
For we are going away, as this stream goes away:
The stream to the sea, we to the grave

Visuals are by Doug Ordunio

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