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weibao

Wer kennt diese Gedichte von Rilke?

Beitrag von weibao » 12. Jan 2003, 01:38

Zur Zeit interessiert mich Rilke und studiere ich seine GEdichte, aber wegen dem schwächen Sprachkenntnis lese ich meisten die Übersetztungen auf meinem Muttersprach.( Leider ist Deutsch nicht mein Muttersprach :? )
Jetzt bitte ich Ihnen, Ob jemand von Ihnen dieses Gedicht "Das Lied der Bildsäule" von Rilke kennt, brauche ich den originale Text und englische Übersetzung!
In Erwartung Ihrer baldigen Antwort!
Danke sehr! :)

e.u.

Beitrag von e.u. » 12. Jan 2003, 11:04

DAS LIED DER BILDSÄULE

Wer ist es, wer mich so liebt, daß er
sein liebes Leben verstößt?
Wenn einer für mich ertrinkt im Meer,
so bin ich vom Steine zur Wiederkehr
ins Leben, ins Leben erlöst.

Ich sehne mich so nach dem rauschenden Blut;
der Stein ist so still.
Ich träume vom Leben: das Leben ist gut.
Hat keiner den Mut,
durch den ich erwachen will?

Und werd ich einmal im Leben sein,
das mir alles Goldenste giebt, -
---------------------------
so werd ich allein
weinen, weinen nach meinem Stein.
Was hilft mir mein Blut, wenn es reift wie der Wein?
Es kann aus dem Meer nicht den Einen schrein,
der mich am meisten geliebt.

Das Gedicht steht im 'Buch der Bilder' (Erster Teil)

e.u.

Beitrag von e.u. » 12. Jan 2003, 11:23

Leider habe ich den Text zu 'The Song of the sSatue' nicht zur Verfügung, aber er ist in der folgenden Ausgabe:

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About Fountains
The Angels
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Autumn Day
The Blind Woman
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Charles The Twelfth Of Sweden Rides In The Ukraine
Childhood
Closing Piece
The Confirmed
End Of Autumn
Entrance
Evening
Evening In Skane
Fragments From Lost Days
From A Childhood
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From A Stormy Night: 2
From A Stormy Night: 3
From A Stormy Night: 4
From A Stormy Night: 5
From A Stormy Night: 6
From A Stormy Night: 7
From A Stormy Night: 8
From A Stormy Night: Title Leaf
From An April
Girl's Melancholy
Girls
The Guardian Angel
He Boy
Human Beings At Night
In The Certosa
Initial
Initial
Lament
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Martyrs
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On The Edge Of Night
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Solemn Hour
The Solitary
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The Son
The Song Of The Statue
Storm
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To Say Before Going To Sleep
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Rilke ranks among the world's greatest poets. Each poem in the Book of Images is an elegant snapshot of a beautiful world. Snow's translation is superb, and he is commonly regarded as the preeminent English translator of Rilke's poetry. This text contains the translation and the original German side-by-side so that readers can gain a better appreciation of Rilke. The Snow translatio of the Book of Images is one of the greatest English-language poetic achievements.


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A superb translation of 'Das Buch der Bilder'!, January 28, 2001
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Rilke is that poet that you, if you are tormented by memories of high-school poetry lessons past (dactylic metre sound vaguely familiar?), ought try. His imagery is accessible, his meaning clear...and he manages simultaneously a beautiful degree of both spiritual and metaphorical richness.

Snow's translations of Rilke's poetry are superb; he consistently preserves the metric structure and is also conscious of the need to employ every word and consider every nuance of meaning, rather than simply settling for glossing it (a surprisingly common problem in poetry translation). In the challenging world of finding faithful poetry translation, Snow's work is outstanding...and the original material to my sense of literary aesthetics unsurpassed...little of Rilke's beauty is sacrificed in the execution of this translation. Rilke's simultaneous spareness, sensitivity, and richness endure here; rather than imposing himself upon the reader, Snow succeeds admirably at the translator's task, and brings Rilke to the English-speaking audience.


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Direct prose that is needed in this vague world, July 21, 2000
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Edward Snow has captured the essential grace of Rilke's poetry without sacrificing faithfulness to the original text. In this book of wonderful and exquisite poems, the lyric genius of Rilke comes through; Snow's own poetic sensibility is also clear. Some of my favorite Rilke poems (such as "Autumn" or "Memory") are rendered here in a way that perfectly suits their quiet, holy sense of both solitude and communion. Read it.


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Gast

Re: Wer kennt diese Gedichte von Rilke?

Beitrag von Gast » 12. Jan 2003, 15:24

weibao hat geschrieben:Zur Zeit interessiert mich Rilke und studiere ich seine GEdichte, aber wegen dem schwächen Sprachkenntnis lese ich meisten die Übersetztungen auf meinem Muttersprach.( Leider ist Deutsch nicht mein Muttersprach :? )
Jetzt bitte ich Ihnen, Ob jemand von Ihnen dieses Gedicht "Das Lied der Bildsäule" von Rilke kennt, brauche ich den originale Text und englische Übersetzung!
In Erwartung Ihrer baldigen Antwort!
Danke sehr! :)

Das Lied der Bildsäule

WER ist es, wer mich so liebt daß er
sein liebes Leben verstößt?
Wenn einer für mich ertrinkt im Meer,
so bin ich vom Steine zur Wiederkehr
ins Leben, ins Leben erlöst.

Ich sehne mich so nach dem rauschenden Blut;
der Stein ist so still.
Ich träume vom Leben: das Leben ist gut.
Hat keiner den Mut,
durch den ich erwachen will?

Und werd ich einmal im Leben sein,
das mir alles Goldenste giebt, -
------------------------------------------
so werd ich allein
weinen, weinen nach meinem Stein.
Was hilft mir mein Blut, wenn es reift wie der Wein?
Es kann aus dem Meer nicht den Einen schrein,
der mich am meisten geliebt.

Weibao

danke sehr!

Beitrag von Weibao » 13. Jan 2003, 19:21

Hallo Leute , :)
e.u. danke sehr für ihre Hilfe!
es ist so nett ,dass Sie mir dieses Gedicht auf Deutsch angeboten haben!.

und einem anonymen Gast danke ich auch !

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THE SONG OF THE STATUE

Beitrag von Dasha » 23. Jun 2003, 03:52

THE SONG OF THE STATUE


Who is there who so loves me, that he
will throw away his own dear life?
If someone will die for me in the ocean,
I will be brought back from stone
into life, into life redeemed.

How I long for blood's rushing;
stone is so still.
I dream of life: life is good.
Has no one the courge
through which I might awaken?

And if I once more find myself in life,
given everything most golden,-
---------------------------------
then I will weep
alone, weep for my stone.
What help will my blood be, where it ripens like wine?
It cannot scream out of the ocean
he who loved me most.


Translated by Edward Snow
The book of images
Published in Canada by HarperCollinsCanadaLtd
First published in 1991 by North Point Press
This revised edition published in 1994
so leben wir und nehmen immer Abschied.

Rilke Fan
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Beitrag von Rilke Fan » 23. Jun 2003, 17:25

Hi Weibao,

I have almost all of Rilke's books with English translations if you are ever looking for another poem!

Linda

Gast

Re: THE SONG OF THE STATUE

Beitrag von Gast » 26. Okt 2005, 01:57

Dasha hat geschrieben:THE SONG OF THE STATUE


Who is there who so loves me, that he
will throw away his own dear life?
If someone will die for me in the ocean,
I will be brought back from stone
into life, into life redeemed.

How I long for blood's rushing;
stone is so still.
I dream of life: life is good.
Has no one the courge
through which I might awaken?

And if I once more find myself in life,
given everything most golden,-
---------------------------------
then I will weep
alone, weep for my stone.
What help will my blood be, where it ripens like wine?
It cannot scream out of the ocean
he who loved me most.


Translated by Edward Snow
The book of images
Published in Canada by HarperCollinsCanadaLtd
First published in 1991 by North Point Press
This revised edition published in 1994

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