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  1. "Elegie" I just don't know what to do tonight, My head is aching as I drink and breathe Memory falls like cream in my bones, moving on my own. There must be something I can dream tonight, The air is filled with the moves of you, All the fire is frozen yet still I have the will, ooh, ah.
  2. Elegy definition, a mournful, melancholy, or plaintive poem, especially a funeral song or a lament for the dead. See more.
  3. C'est ici que Gray a écrit son élégie.: It's where Gray wrote his elegy.: Son livre Ich muss sterben, paru en , est une élégie en hommage à sa femme Ursula.: His book Ich muss sterben ("I have to die") is a personal elegy for his deceased wife, Ursula.: L' élégie utilise un texte de Ernst von Marinelli. The elegy uses a text by Ernst von Marinelli.
  4. Feb 18,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Rachmaninoff plays Elegie Op. 3 No. 1 YouTube; Rachmaninoff plays Piano Concerto 2 - Duration: .
  5. Elegie Lyrics: I just don't know what to do tonight / My head is aching as I drink and breathe / Memory falls like cream in my bones, moving on my own / There must be something I can dream.
  6. Elegie synonyms, Elegie pronunciation, Elegie translation, English dictionary definition of Elegie. a mournful or melancholy musical composition or poem written as a lament for one who is dead: The organist played a beautiful elegy at the memorial service.
  7. Composition Year ca. Genre Categories: Elegies; Funeral music; For voice, piano; For voices with keyboard; Scores featuring the voice; Scores featuring the piano; French language; for soprano, cello or viola or oboe d amore and piano (arr); For 2 clarinets, violin, cello, piano (arr); Scores featuring the clarinet (arr); Scores featuring the violin (arr); Scores featuring the cello .
  8. Die Demarkationslinie zwischen Elegie und Gebet ist nicht scharf gezeichnet.: The line of demarcation between elegy and supplication is not sharply drawn.: Zu hören ist hier der zweite Satz des Quartetts: Dumka (Elegie).The second movement of the quartet can be listened to here: Dumka (elegy).Sinistre in einer bearbeiteten Fassung für Ensemble von Peter Tilling sowie Richard Wagners Elegie.

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