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Esperanza l'aranesa ( Tradução para Inglês)

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Tradução para Inglês

Esperanza the Aranesa

Take the megaphone
From the left and from the right,
Take the megaphone
Without shame, little lark1
The breath and the game
Are stuck at the bottom of the well
Patchic and Patchòc2
From the side of Sainte-Croix.3
 
Take the megaphone
To go looking for your lineage4
Sing into the megaphone
To go to the stage5 of time6
On the roads
From the street to the fountain
Communal stories
From the river to the stage.
 
I went with the neighbour
To dance the country cumbia
The Aranesa,7 a Latina
Speaks a lovely Gascon8
Minorities in enclosures9
At the close of day they shine
When lives are tamed
Quick as lightning, they flutter away.10
 
(Take the megaphone,
From the left and from the right
With no shame, little lark
Stuck at the bottom of the well
At the side of Sainte-Croix.)
 
I went with the neighbour
To dance the country cumbia
The Aranesa, a Latina
Speaks a lovely Gascon
Minorities in enclosures
At the close of day they shine
When lives are tamed
Quick as lightning, they flutter away.
 
Take the megaphone
From the left and from the right,
Take the megaphone
Without shame, little lark
The breath and the game
Are stuck at the bottom of the well
Patchic and Patchòc
From the side of Sainte-Croix
 
Take the megaphone
To go looking for your lineage
Sing into the megaphone
To go to the stage of time
On the roads
From the street to the fountain
Communal stories
From the river to the stage.
 
I went with the neighbour
To dance the country cumbia
The Aranesa, a Latina
Speaks a lovely Gascon
Minorities in enclosures
At the close of day they shine
When lives are tamed
Quick as lightning, they flutter away.
 
  • 1. Also the name of bilingual Occitan-French children’s schools.
  • 2. Nonsense syllables, which are also the name of a Béarnaise band.
  • 3. The name of a medieval church in Oloron-Sainte-Marie, Pyrénées-Atlantiques department.
  • 4. This can also mean “to go looking in your area.”
  • 5. Theatre stage.
  • 6. Literally, “of age.”
  • 7. Woman from the Occitan-speaking enclave of the Val d’Aran in Catalonia.
  • 8. Dialect of Occitan, with Aranese being the sub-dialect she would have spoken.
  • 9. e.g. in the Val d’Aran, which was rather isolated until the latter half of the 20th century.
  • 10. ”a hum de calhaus” literally means “at the smoke of pebbles” with the idea that something is leaving so quickly that the stones under their feet start to smoke.
Adicionado por tdwarms em Domingo, 07/01/2018 - 07:08
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