Ganymed Op. 19 No. 4 - Gabriel Lopez - Franz Schubert





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Published on Jul 27, 2010

My interpretation of Schubert's "Ganymed". The recital took place on April 25, 2010 at 6pm in Hughes Hall Auditiorium with Kristin Schoeff on piano. And oh yeah, that's a sparkly bow tie!


How in the morning light
you glow around me,
beloved Spring!
With love's thousand-fold bliss,
to my heart presses
the eternal warmth
of sacred feelings
and endless beauty!

Would that I could clasp
you in these arms!

Ah, at your breast
I lie and languish,
and your flowers and your grass
press themselves to my heart.
You cool the burning
thirst of my breast,
lovely morning wind!
The nightingale calls
lovingly to me from the misty vale.

I am coming, I am coming!
but whither? To where?

Upwards I strive, upwards!
The clouds float
downwards, the clouds
bow down to yearning love.
To me! To me!
In your lap
Embracing, embraced!
Upwards to your bosom,
All-loving Father!

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