L’aube naît (A. Jacques / Victor Hugo)

Dawn is breaking

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Composer
Year of composition
2002
Arranger
Angel P. Y. Wong
Lyricist
Victor Hugo (1802-1883)
Publisher
Difficulty
Easy (Grades 1-3)
Duration
3 minutes
Genre
Classical music
License details
For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.

Title: Dawn is breaking Translation (AJ):

1. Dawn is breaking, and your door is closed, My darling why slumber? At the hour when the rose wakes up Are you not going to awaken?

Chorus: Oh my charming one Listen here To the lover who sings And also cries!

2. Everything knocks at your blessed door, Dawn says: "I am the day", The bird says: "I am harmony", And my heart says: "I am love!"

3. I adore you as an angel and love you as a woman. God, who by you, has completed me, Has made my love for your soul, And my eyes for your beauty!

Hi Alain, hope you enjoy much sunshine these two days.

I’ve came out with something that I quite like and put it in your DropBox. Please excuse me for taking a bit longer than I thought. I had a bit of writer blocks and didn’t like any of my arrangements. It was tricky and I’ve decided to leave it really simple by taking away all my melodic ideas. So in this version you will hear: 1. Introduction - combination of simple guitar comping style with a bit of melody at the end of the intro.

2. Instead of changing the time signature 6/8 then 3/8 as we discussed. I’ve added a bar of imperfect cadence (fifth chord) before the return of verse. And to make it more expressive but less movement, I’ve also added some tempo changes. You will see the first time, tempo change is at 100, second time is 105. I just thought by making the tempo at 105 at the second return to the verse rather than keeping it the same, it would helps to build up slightly and give a bit more emotion to it. The two times same tempo approach might "dilute" the emotion and the flow of the music emotionally. In short, vary tempo changes gives a more natural and real effect like you’re hearing it from a real player.

3. Some other minor changes at guitar and violin.

Hope you like it and we’ll talk soon.

Cheers, Angel

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