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Published on Jun 11, 2010
Rimsky-Korsakov - Sadko /Song of the Indian Guest / Chanson indoue Rosa Ponselle (1897-1981) animation: Maldoror / using photos of Theyyam dancers Budapest, 2010 -- Lyric:
Innumerable are the diamonds in the stone caves, Innumerable are the pearls in the midday sea of miraculous far off India.
There is in the warm sea a marvelous ruby stone, on that stone is a phoenix with a face of a maiden. Heavenly are all it's songs, sweetly it sings, it unfurls it's wings, and covers the sea. Anyone who hears the bird will forget everything.
Innumerable are the diamonds in the stone caves, Innumerable are the pearls in the midday sea... of miraculous far off India.