A performance takes about six minutes. Le courant fuyant; M.: Thick dome of jasmine Under the dense canopy where the white jasmine, Blends with the rose, That blends with the rose, Bank in bloom, fresh morning, On the flowering bank, laughing in the morning, Call us together. Retrieved 16 December Come and join we their meeting! In conventional form and pleasant style, but given over to the fashion for exoticism, the delicate orchestration and melodic richness earned Delibes a success with audiences.
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In other projects Wikimedia Commons. But, why my heart’s swift terror invested, Doth not yet appear, When my father ‘lone goes to your city detested, I tremble, I tremble with fear.
Retrieved from ” https: Lso, and join we their meeting. Let’s drift down together! The duet’s time signature is 6 8 ; its key is B majorexcept for the part ” Mais, je ne sais ” until ” le lotus bleus ,” which is in G major. Not to be confused with the “Flower Duet” Il cannone del porto!
Retrieved 26 March However, simultaneously, she is intrigued and so she sends away those who had responded to her call for help when they come to her rescue. The duet is frequently used in advertisements and films  and is popular as a concert piece. Views Read Edit View history. Yes, near the swans with wings of snow, And pick blue lotuses.
In order for him to be protected by Ganesh De,ibes the pond where joyfully play The snow-winged swans Let us pick blue lotuses.
Oriental colour is used in prayers, incantations, dances and the scene in the market. Thick dome of jasmine Under the dense canopy where the white jasmine, Blends with the rose, That blends with the rose, Bank in bloom, fresh morning, On the flowering bank, laughing in the morning, Call us together. And the bird, the bird sings.
Leo Delibes – Sous le Dôme Épais (Flower Duet from Lakmé) – Music Sales Classical
Retrieved 16 December Retrieved 26 March Problems playing this file? Sur la rive diet fleurs, riant au matin, L.: Yes, where the wild swans, those snowy wing’d strangers, Come to feed on lotus blue.
D’une main nonchalante, M.: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This page was last edited on 8 Septemberat In recent years, the Flower Duet in Act 1 has become familiar more widely because of its use in advertisements, in particular a British Airways commercial,  as well as flwer films.
Retrieved 8 September May the god, Ganesa, keep him from dangers, Till he arrives at the pool just in view, Where wild swans, those snowy wing’d strangers, Come to devour the lotus blue.