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LUCIANO PAVAROTTI - CHIOVE- W/Translation

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Published on Sep 23, 2011

Luciano Pavarotti interpreta CHIOVE, clássico da música popular napolitana, composição de Bovio e Nardella.

Luciano Pavarotti interprets Chiove, a classical of Neapolitan popular song, from compositors Nardella and Bovio.

Pavarotti foi um dos maiores tenores que o mundo conheceu. Gravou centenas de árias e praticamente todas as canções populares italianas de todos os tempos, como a que aqui apresentamos.

Pavarotti was one of the greatest tenors the world has known. He recorded hundreds of arias and virtually all popular Italian songs of all time, as the one showed here.

Na canção, o autor compara o canário que canta para morrer com o amor que pode realmente morrer no auge de seu esplendor, quando parece mais sólido e mais eterno.

In this song, the author compares the canary that sings to die with the love that can really die at the height of its splendor, when it seems more solid and eternal.

Ouçam a canção, leiam a letra no original napolitano e a tradução para o inglês e emocionem-se com a beleza de tudo que esta canção e a voz de Pavarotti, no auge de sua capacidade interpretativa, nos oferecem.

Listen to the song, read the Lyrics in the original Neapolitan dialect and the translation into English and feel the great emotion to listen to one of the most perfect singer of the world, telling us why the canary and love have in common, when they are dying.

Nas próximas linhas, letra da música em napolitano e tradução para o inglês.

In the next lines, lyrics in neapolitan dialect and tradution to the English language.


CHIOVE
(Bovio / Nardella)

Tu staje malata e cante,
tu staje murenno e cante.
Só' nove juorne, nove,
ca chiove, chiove, chiove.

E se fa fredda ll'aria,
e se fa scuro 'o cielo,
e tu, dint'a stu ggelo,
tu sola, cante e muore.

Chi si'?
Tu si' 'a Canaria.
Chi si'?
Tu si' ll'Ammore.

Tu si' ll'Ammore,
ca pure quanno more,
canta 'e canzone nove.
Giesù, ma comme chiove!

Tu, comm'a na Madonna,
cante na ninna-nonna
pe' n'angiulillo 'ncroce
ca vò' sentí 'sta voce.

'Sta voce sulitaria
ca dint''a notte canta.
E tu, comm'a na Santa,
tu sola, cante e muore.

Chi si'?
Tu si' 'a Canaria.
chi si'?
Tu si' ll'Ammore.

Tu si' ll'Ammore,
ca, pure quanno more,
canta 'e canzone nove.
Giesù, ma comme chiove!

CHIOVE
(Bovio / Nardella)

You are ill and you sing
Your are dying and you sing
And for nine days
It has been raining

The air grows cold
And the sky grows dark
And you, in this cold
Alone you sing and die.

Who are you?
You are a songbird
Who are you?
You are the love

You are the love
Who even in death
Sings new songs
My god, how it rains!

And you like a Mandonna
You sing a lullaby
for the little angel on the cross
Who wants to hear your voice

This lonely voice
That sings in the night
And you, like a saint,
Alone, alone you die.

Who are you?
You are a songbird
Who are you?
You are the love

You are the love
Who even in death
Sings new songs
My god, how it rains!

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