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==Original text and translations==
 
==Original text and translations==
 
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'''Zuversicht'''
 
Nach oben mußt du blicken,
 
Nach oben mußt du blicken,
 
gedrücktes, wundes Herz,
 
gedrücktes, wundes Herz,
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Wie wärst du denn verlassen,
 
Wie wärst du denn verlassen,
 
wenn dir die Liebe bleibt?}}
 
wenn dir die Liebe bleibt?}}
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'''Confidence'''
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:You must look up,
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:oppressed, wounded heart,
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:Then your deepest agonies
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:Will soon turn to delight.
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:"You may cling to hope gladly,
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:however high the flood rises.
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:How can you be lost
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:if you still have love?}}
  
 
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Editor: Stuart McIntosh (submitted 2004-09-06).   Score information: A4, 6 pages, 136 kB   Copyright: Personal
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General Information

Title: Zuversicht, Op. 141, No. 3
Composer: Robert Schumann
Lyricist: Joseph Christian Freiherrn von Zedlitz (1796-1869)

Number of voices: 8vv   Voicing: SATB.SATB
Genre: SacredMotet

Language: German
Instruments: A cappella

Published:

Description: #3 of 4 pieces, entire opus also available as complete download.

External websites:

Original text and translations

German.png German text

Zuversicht
Nach oben mußt du blicken,
gedrücktes, wundes Herz,
dann wandelt in Entzücken
sich bald dein tiefster Schmerz.

Froh darfst du Hoffnung fassen,
wie hoch die Flut auch treibt.
Wie wärst du denn verlassen,
wenn dir die Liebe bleibt?

English.png English text

Confidence
You must look up,
oppressed, wounded heart,
Then your deepest agonies
Will soon turn to delight.

"You may cling to hope gladly,
however high the flood rises.
How can you be lost
if you still have love?